Yet another reason why Atlanta's beer scene is killer!
I know Atlanta has a lot going on when it comes to brew (or this would be one boring-ass blog), but that is called a good problem! Now, thanks to one of its breweries from the old school, Red Brick (formerly known as the Atlanta Brewing Company that was established in 1993), Wednesdays are going to be even more happening for us sippers of the world's greatest beverage.
Yep, recognized as Georgia’s oldest craft brewery, the beloved Red Brick has something poppin’ between 5:00 p.m. to 8 p.m., where they proudly host “Wild Card Brew Wednesdays” at their home base (2323 Defoor Hills Rd. NW, Atlanta, GA. 30318). Here’s how it works: During each public tour on every Wednesday from now until August 31st, Red Brick is pouring an exclusive, one-and-done "Wild Card" cask/firkin brew for their esteemed guests. The cool thing is no one knows what the beer will be the day of the tour, so taste buds are left hanging until the first sip. That should be an intriguing, yet adventurous journey for any beer lover, so check them out. For two Lincoln bills (or one Alexander Hamilton), Red Brick is ready to surprise visitors every Wednesday with something they will never sip again, so take notes, a picture of whatever so that you eternally cherish each one!
Happy Hump Day!