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Pick Up Beer Curbside From These Atlanta Breweries

Need your favorite brew to go? That's OK through May 20.

On March 20, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms signed an executive order that allowed bars, restaurants and breweries to serve takeout alcohol for 60 days. It's limited to 288 ounces, or a case, daily. Some breweries with tap rooms also have food offerings available.

Following is a list of breweries that are offering curbside service; it's always best to check their websites and/or social media pages for updated information, as with COVID-19, things change daily.

Arches Brewing Company, Hapeville

Atlanta Brewing Company, West Midtown, Atlanta

Best End Brewing Company, Atlanta's West End

Bold Monk Brewing Co., Underwood Hills, Atlanta

Eventide Brewing, Grant Park, Atlanta

Eventide Brewing Atlanta
Beer from Eventide Brewing (©Eventide Brewing)

Fire Maker Brewing, Chattahoochee Avenue, Atlanta

Gate City Brewing Company, Roswell

Glover Park Brewery, Marietta

Halfway Crooks Beer, Summerhill, Atlanta

Ironmonger Brewing Company, Marietta

Jekyll Brewing, Alpharetta

Monday Night Brewing, West Midtown, Atlanta

New Realm Brewing Company, Historic Fourth Ward, Atlanta

Pontoon Brewing, Sandy Springs

Red Hare Brewing Company
Selections from Red Hare (©Red Hare Brewing Company)

Red Hare Brewing Company, Marietta

Reformation Brewery, Woodstock (additional locations in Canton and Smyrna)

Schoolhouse Brewing, Marietta

Second Self Beer Co., West Midtown, Atlanta

SweetWater Brewing Company, Piedmont Heights, Atlanta

Three Taverns Craft Beers, Decatur

Urban Tree Cidery Atlanta West Midtown
The interior of Urban Tree Cidery (©Urban Tree Cidery)

Urban Tree Cidery, West Midtown, Atlanta

Variant Brewing Company, Roswell

Wild Heaven Beer, Atlanta's West End