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Red Brick Ales and Lagers - Atlanta Brewing Company


 
Founded in 1993, the award-winning Atlanta Brewing Company (ABC) is the oldest operational craft brewery in the state of Georgia. In late 2005 new ownership and management was welcomed to the brewery: Robert Budd, serving as President, and Dave Weil - Director of Operations, joined longtime ABC Brewmaster Dave McClure. Sales Director Steve McLendon joined the ABC staff in July of 2007.

Red Brick Ale was the first beer brewed by ABC and remains its flagship brand; it is available year round, as are Peachtree Pale Ale and Red Brick Blonde. In 2005, Concentrics Hospitality asked ABC to collaborate with Chef Todd Rushing on a signature beer for their renowned Atlanta restaurants. The result was Numbers Ale, which promptly won a Best of Atlanta award from local weekly paper Creative Loafing. ABC currently offers a traditional, German-style Hefeweizen in the summer months, and a double-chocolate, Oatmeal Porter in the winter.

Atlanta Brewing Company is located at 2323 DeFoor Hills Road, N.W. Atlanta, GA 30318. Click here for directions.

For general information on tours and tastings call the brewery at 404.355.5558. Click here for descriptions of our beers.
  

     
Year Round Beers
Red Brick Peachtree Pale Ale
Red Brick Ale
Red Brick Blonde
Number's Ale American
Laughing Skull Bohemian

Seasonal Beers
Red Brick Spring Helles Bock
Red Brick Summer Hefe-weizen
Red Brick Winter





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Top 10
Ales & Lagers
in the USA

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Blonde Ale
English Summer Ale
English Pale Ale

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English Mild Ale
 English Brown Ale
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Wood / Barrel
Aged beer
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Smoked/Rauch beer

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