Hippin’ Hops Brewery & Oyster Bar

Atlanta
Brewery
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To run a successful Black-owned brewery is a really big deal, so it was a no-brainer to include Clarence and Donnica Boston’s new EAV concept as one of Atlanta’s essential Black-owned eateries. The Hippin Hops Brewery & Oyster Bar has staked its claim as the first African-American-owned brewery in Georgia, and with the recent announcement that it has purchased its own liquor still, Hippin Hops will soon be Atlanta’s first African-American-owned distillery. Pull up to the ambitious Glenwood Avenue brewery for Hip-Hop-themed oysters, delectable lobster rolls, cajun shrimp deviled eggs, and—most importantly—craft beers that are brewed on-site, from IPAs to stouts.

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At the convergence of African-American culture and Beer is Hippin Hops Brewery, a Black-owned brewery that has set up shop in EAV. The newly opened brewery boasts plenty of uniquely named beers—such as The Cookout (Light Smoked Wheat), Skrawberri (Strawberry Hazy IPA), Hater-aid (Shandy), and Black Don't Crack (Stout)—as well as beermosas and an impressive assortment of seafood. Pull up for the beer and stay for the cajun shrimp deviled eggs, gator bites, and oysters.

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