This is a look at the new downtown Woodstock location of Reformation Brewery.
Photo: Reformation Brewery
Photo: Reformation Brewery

Reformation Brewery opens downtown Woodstock location

Reformation Brewery has reformed.

It opened a new location in downtown Woodstock that offers a beer garden and a venue for beer events, according to its website.

The move to 105 Elm St., about a mile from the Cobb-Cherokee County line, comes after about five years of brewing.

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It has space for research and development. There are also two public bars for serving suds.

The five-barrel brewhouse is located in a 6,000-square-foot building behind Reel Seafood, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has previously reported. Their former location was a mile east and out of the revitalized downtown area.

They also expect to host weekly game nights, a Yoga + Beer events and a Books & Brews soirée.

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