Orpheus Brewing recently renovated its taproom creating an even more inviting atmosphere for its patrons. Just as their company name denotes, Orpheus Brewing was inspired by the story of Greek prophet Orpheus. As the moral of this Greek tale is to never look back, that’s what this brewing company takes on in their creations and brands. Constantly creating and experimenting with new influences, they offer up fan favorite IPAs with unique names such as The Inevitable End and The Transmigration of Souls. With unique names as those, you can’t help but be curious enough to try out some of their beers on tap.
Located in the popular Old Fourth Ward neighborhood New Realm Brewing is another perfect location for enjoying views and beers. Directly stationed on The Beltline, NRB, has three experiences to offer guests. Famous Mitch Steele’s IPA’s and Pilsners are served here for guests to experience. Whether you’d like a rooftop view, a tour of their taproom or to relax in the beer garden, NBR has successfully produced all three under one roof. If you want to enjoy some more well known IPA’s this is the spot for you!
SweetWater Brewery in Atlanta is a classic and well known watering hole for beer lovers! Atlanta is actually the hometown for the SweetWater Brewing Company, so can expect to be wowed and provided with a multitude of IPA options. The Hazy Double IPA is a popular choice at this local brewery. If you aren’t interested in the heaviness of your typical IPA, they have added a new low-calorie IP to their list, called the High Light. SWB is the perfect location to enjoy whether on National IPA day or any other day out of the week!
This newly established restaurant nestled in the West End off Whitehall St. is still one of Atlanta’s hidden gems. A part of a new slew of restaurants built up in the West End neighborhood, Boxcar hands down has some of the best wings and customer service you will experience OTP. They have classic IPAs like Tropicalia and Sycamore Mountain Candy to offer beer lovers or first timers alike. Enjoy one of their many IPAs along with they popular wings or burger dishes.
Known for being one of the go to locations for sports games and wings, Fados is another restaurant to consider for National IPA day. Two convenient locations in the city: Midtown and Buckhead, make it easily accessible for those ITP. As the name suggests, this Irish origin bar offers plenty of options in the beer department. With traditional beers on tap as well as unique brands, Fado’s I the perfect location to enjoy either traditional Irish food or to grab a few brews and bites during HH.
This gorgeous outdoor beer garden is located in the Sweet Auburn neighborhood off Edgewood Ave. in downtown Atlanta! This gorgeous brewery provides guests the option to choose fro 24 taps locally brewed. Paired with bar food to eat in their “haunted” basement kitchen, this is another unique place to enjoy beers on National IPA Day.
Located in the heart of midtown, Cypress Street Pint & Plate has more of an intimate feel than other taprooms in the area. Although the beer selections smaller, 17 beers on tap and 40 bottle selection. A popular favorite IPA here is the Pontoon Anonymous (MooCoo Edition) which sells out faster than most of their other options! They also offer brunch here on Sundays, so you can wash down their popular Nashville Chicken and waffles with either a traditional mimosa or a nice cold IPA.
Steady Hand Beer Co. located in the budding west midtown neighborhood is one the perfect spots to enjoy a beer and light bites. With year-round beers offered, such as the Cloudland Hazy IPA and the Flower Business Double IPA this is one of the perfect locations to visit for National IPA Day.