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Requesting Recommendations for Atlanta Pubs or Bars

Old Jul 29, 16, 12:45 pm
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Requesting Recommendations for Atlanta Pubs or Bars

I'll be doing a weekend roadtrip to Atlanta soon. I'd like to hit up a few pubs or bars while there.

My preferred brew is a local IPA on draft (the only one I'm familiar with is Sweetwater). Any other craft brews I should definitely sample?

Ideally, the place should also serve good pub/bar food well into the night. Recommendations of local favorites would be appreciated.

A major plus would be if it also has live music.

When do Atlanta bars close? I would imagine too late to catch the last MARTA bus or train, right? So, Uber is probably my best bet for transportation.
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Old Jul 29, 16, 4:07 pm
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Here's a good list for you:

https://www.beeradvocate.com/place/city/1/

And this one too


https://www.pastemagazine.com/articl...lanta.html?a=1


Atlanta has a lot of really great beer bars. My favorites are Brick Store and Porter, but I'm not an IPA drinker so I can't recommend any specifics to try. Most of the local beer bars have pretty big selections and can accommodate all tastes.

One thing to note about the breweries listed, some are brew pubs like 5 Seasons or Twain's and are open regular hours. But, dedicated breweries like Sweetwater, Monday Night, or Red Hare, Red Brick are going to have very specific opening hours and tasting rules. GA doesn't allow breweries to just open and serve all the time. One of my local favorites is Burnt Hickory, but they are pretty far outside of their cities. You can find their beers all over town though, I see them at Taco Mac and always grab some to try.

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Old Jul 31, 16, 8:30 am
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Thanks for the links. That's certainly a good selection for a weekend.
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