Drink up in Alpharetta at Jekyll Brewing’s 5th anniversary party

The five-year anniversary marking the opening of Alpharetta’s Jekyll Brewing is approaching.

And to celebrate the day, the brewery is throwing a big party.

Tickets are on sale now for Jekyll Brewing’s 5th Anniversary Party, with packages ranging in price from $30 to $92. No matter which ticket you purchase, it comes with entrance to the event, an anniversary glass and seven six-ounce pours. 

More expensive ticket packages come with extra perks, like a to-go bomber, a bag of house-made coffee, to-go cans and other items. Tickets can be bought online at

The party will start around 1 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 11, and run through 9 p.m. Once you’ve used all your beer tickets, you can purchase more on-site.

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Food ranging from barbecue to seafood will be available to purchase on-site too. Live bands will be playing all day to provide tunes for the bash.

Jekyll recommends partygoers take Lyft to and from the brewery and will provide coupon codes at the brewery for your ride home.

Michael Lundmark and Josh Rachel opened Jekyll Brewing in 2013, naming it after Georgia’s first brewery, which was located on Jekyll Island in 1738. Jekyll Brewing was Alpharetta’s first brewery and serves seven beers year-round, in addition to several other seasonal and special drafts.

Its taproom is located at 2855 Marconi Drive.

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