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SweetWater Brewing Company
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195 Ottley Dr NE Atlanta, GA 30324
195 Ottley Drive NortheastUSGeorgiaAtlanta30324
$Brewery, BarToday 1:30–4:30PM
Saturday 1:30–4:30PMSunday 2:30–4:30PMMonday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 5:30–7:30PMThursday 5:30–7:30PMFriday 5:30–7:30PM

SweetWater Brewing Company is an Atlanta‐based craft brewery specializing in aggressive West Coast style beers. SweetWater’s brews are unpasteurized and designed to be consumed fresh so distribution is limited to the Southeast. The award‐winning lineup of year‐round brews includes SweetWater 420, IPA, Exodus Porter, Blue, LowRYEder and Georgia Brown. SweetWater also features a Catch and Release series of beers available on a limited basis throughout the year, and an experimental, one‐time‐only Dank Tank series.

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Boisterous, indoor-outdoor microbrewery with tours & taproom plus live music & a dog-friendly patio.- Google
"You get to tour the brewery, taste six beers and take home a souvenir glass."
"The beer is good and the tour is pretty cool."
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Andrew Miller
2 months ago
Well unfortunately I wasn't able to try any beers here b/c they don't serve beer anymore. Came in from out of state to check this place out an couldn't even get a beer. Pretty lame. They should be a little more clear on the website that they are no longer allowing people to sit at the bar an try beer. Georgia is lame
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Ashley Greeson
a month ago
I went with a bachlorette party this past Friday and brought my boyfriend back for our anniversary and both times were a blast! I don't know why someone said in another review that they don't serve beer, because they definitely do. I tried a few. The Georgia brown is so good! Such an awesome place. We'll definitely be back!
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Antony Gayed
6 months ago
Great venue, $10 for six 6oz tastes and they give you extra. All the beers were good. Nice outdoor space. The tour was short and sweet, and good for home brewers and regular folk, alike.
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T. Kyle Rowe
3 weeks ago
Had a great time on the tour. The tasting room got a little too crowded, so we left.
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Christine lang
2 months ago
Hello, I am visiting N Myrtle Beach for the first time and being from the micro brewery capital of the world (Vermont) I am always seeking out locally brewed beer when I travel. I first had 420 on draught at Bonefish and liked it so much I bought a six pack at Bi- Lo. As an experienced beer drinker (age 56) I realize draught beer is different than bottled beer but, I found 420 from the bottle had a little bit at the end. I did not get that sensation with the draught. Still a good beer so keep on brew'n. Dustin Lang St. Albans VT.( Home of 14th Star)
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Andre Rocha
a week ago
Awesome place. For ten bucks you get a tour in the factory, try their beers and go home with a souvenir beer glass
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Rob J
7 months ago
Great craft beer. Love the product, blue berry was great. A tour, beers and a sweet water pint glass that's a treat. It's a brewery so bring your walking shoes and have a meal before you go 👍. Fresh IPA.
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Phil Weatherly
3 months ago
As Yogi Berra would say, "nobody goes here anymore, it's too crowded." Wow this place has gotten huge. I hadn't been since the expansion. If it's full downstairs, go up to the "reel room" for a little more elbow room. Even still, the acoustics are bad and it's hard to have a conversation. The beer lineup is largely unchanged over the years, they're dancing with who brought them, so to speak. Great for an Atlanta "thing to do," so-so for a committed beer nerd.
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