In addition to using SweetWater products in the menu items, Anderson -- a graduate of Johnson & Wales who previously worked in the kitchens at Atlanta restaurants City Winery, Canoe and Ormsby’s -- plans to use products from local farms including Tucker Farms, Moore Farms and Local Lands.
On the drink side, the menu will feature 24 rotating taps from SweetWater's regular rotation plus beer from the Hatchery Series (Woodland beers will also be available to purchase in bottles). Options will include 420, Goin' Coastal, Pit and Pendulum and Strawberry Wild Ale as well as the new additions Mango Kush and Peach Love & Happiness.
The layout will include a centerpiece bar and large roll-up doors that create an indoor/outdoor patio space.
The taproom will be open from 4:20-9 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday; 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday-Saturday and 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday. Lunch service will begin on Friday, April 5.
SweetWater marked 21 years in business last month and is the 15th largest craft brewery in the nation, according to Brewers Association.
195 Ottley Drive NE, Atlanta. sweetwaterbrew.com/
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