Tower Tasting Room
5877 Buford Highway, Suite A
Doraville, GA 30340
Handicap Accessible: Ground-level Entrance
Payments Accepted: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking: Private Lot, No Parking Fee
Saturday, April 14th 12-3pm $3.00
Around the turn of the 20th century, in the year 1900, there were thousands of small breweries operating across America. When Freccia and O’Sullivan were researching old San Francisco breweries (trying to find a cool name for their new brewery), They realized that the brewery captured the essence of the neighborhoods of San Francisco. Places that provided something unique—hand crafted beer that was different at every brewery and that defined the taste of a neighborhood.
In 1920, Prohibition wiped out this culture and put the “local” out of business. For 13 years, social interaction was largely driven underground, to the speakeasies, where regular citizens became a nation of outlaws. But with the passage of the 21st Amendment, repealing Prohibition, we, as a society, were able to begin the slow climb back to reclaiming the essence of the neighborhood gathering place.
We will be sampling:
SEATS ARE AVAILABLE