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5 Seasons Brewing - Atlanta, Georgia



The Story of 5 Seasons Brewing

Act I - Whereupon The 5

Partners Dennis Lange and David Larkworthy met in the early '90s. David, a managing chef at Buckhead Life Restaurant Group, was a regular guest at Yakitori Den-Chan, Dennis' groundbreaking Buckhead eatery. The rapport between Lange and Larkworthy ... clicked ... and what united the two was a shared passion for food and beer. It wasn't long before Dennis and David began cooking — and brewing — for each other, their families, and friends. Why, they wondered, was it still so difficult to find world-class beers in Atlanta? Why was it even tougher to find premium beer and food served side-by-side? Thus it was that their shared vision of excellent food and service took form.

In 2001, 5 Seasons Brewing Company opened its doors at The Prado and quickly became a gathering place to connect with each other, our food, and the Earth.
David, as executive chef, passionately applied a Napa-like culinary touch.
Dennis added a tour de force performance as effervescent host.

Together with a talented team of more than 60, the partners created a dining experience that was elegant in its simplicity — real food paired with real beer. Atlanta had never seen anything like The 5. As one of the early guests buzzed about her discovery, "This is fine dining - in denim."
 

 

ACT II – The 5-Saga Continues

In 2006, Dennis and David teamed with an old friend, Crawford Moran, to add an exciting new dimension to their partnership. Crawford, former owner/master brewer of Atlanta's fabled Dogwood Brewing Company, joined the boys to chart the next steps in 5 Seasons' saga. The three like-minded beer and food enthusiasts set upon a quest to expand the phenomenom ofThe 5.

So it was that on January 17, 2007 — at precisely 5:55 PM — the first keg was tapped at the new 5 Seasons North in Alpharetta. Act II was launched amidst a wall-to-wall crowd of über-enthusiastic supporters. During the extraordinary night to be remembered one of the amazed guests gushed, “So many people at your Grand Opening — if someone had fainted, they couldn’t have hit the floor!”

ACT III – Curtain Rises

You are invited to participate in the third act of our remarkable story. This time think toward the city center – in Midtown. Think where Marietta and Howell Mill come together, behind Georgia Tech, in one of the fastest growing parts of Atlanta. Think bigger and bolder than ever before and you will see the remarkable vision for 5 Seasons Westide.





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