Laws set to ease, improve life for Georgia craft brewers
On July 1, a law will change allowing Georgia craft brewers to send their beer home with customers who go on a tour. WXIA (Photo: Hopper, Christopher) ATLANTA — Georgia’s craft beer boom is about to get a boost.
On July 1, the state’s liquor laws will change, allowing Georgia craft brewers to send their beer home with customers.
While Georgia may have some of toughest liquor laws in the country, brewers say it’s a little beer that will very likely go a long way.
Brewing beer is truly a labor of love especially in Georgia where laws make it tough for craft breweries like Red Brick, which is the oldest craft brewery in the state.
"It’s better than it’s ever been in the state’s history," said Garett Lockhart, Brewmaster at Red Brick Brewing.Nearly 30 breweries call metro Atlanta home.The beer and the business are better than ever, and now a law change will allow craft beer connoisseurs to take home a six pack of their choice from the brewery they tour. The Georgia beer law will change […]