A new brewery is set to open in downtown Lawrenceville, the city said. Beer Republic Brewing is moving to a 56,000-square-foot space on N. Clayton Street. The brewery will include a taproom and retail space. There is no opening date for the brewery yet. It expects to employ 50 people within the next five years.

Metro Atlanta brewery to host drive-in concert

Have a hankering for some live music after months of sheltering at home? A metro Atlanta brewery has just the thing on tap. 

Later this month, From the Earth Brewing Company in Roswell is hosting a drive-in concert featuring Frankly Scarlet.

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Inspired my jam bands like the Grateful Dead and Phish, the band will play at the brewery starting at 6 p.m. The lot will open at 5 p.m.

Front row tickets are available for $50 per car, $35 per car in the second row and $20 per car for all other spaces. 

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Social distancing will be enforced and attendees are encouraged to keep a six-foot distance from all other concert goers. 

Food and beverage will be available for order from the  brewery. Indoor and outdoor bathrooms will be available.

DETAILS

6-9 p.m., Saturday, June 27
From the Earth Brewing Company
Tickets

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