The ultimate ATL beer garden guide
Spring in Atlanta is basically summer with more rain, so when the sun is shining, there’s nothing better than heading to a beer garden. Luckily, there’s no shortage of awesome outdoor patios and beer gardens in Atlanta, with our unbeatable craft breweries & brewpubs leading the way.
1. Bold Monk Brewing
Where: Underwood Hills
We love hanging out at Bold Monk’s Brewing beer garden. Order a beer and cross the mini-bridge to enjoy one one of their many Belgium-inspired brews in that gorgeous Georgia sunshine!
2. Tucker Brewing Company
The beloved bandstand is the central point of this unbeatable beer garden. Tucker Brewing Company frequently offers live entertainment in their beer garden, which always goes down well with one (or three) of their rotating brews.
3. Der Biergarten
For an authentic German experience with pretzels and other traditional bites, along with their great selection of beer, head to Der Biergarten. Their outdoor seating is perfect for after-work drinks, as the sun goes down and the enchanting lights are turned on!
4. Orpheus Brewing
Where: Piedmont Park
When you put a brewery inside Piedmont Park, of course the beer garden is going to be epic. With stunning views, engulfed in the greenery of Piedmont, Orpheus Brewing is a great option for some beers in the sunshine.
5. Red’s Beer Garden
For a relaxed hangout hotspot, Red’s Beer Garden is the place to be. Their cute beer garden is an awesome place to enjoy impressive selection of beers, plus hard seltzer, cider & comfort food.
6. The Lost Druid
Where: Avondale Estates
The Lost Druid has solidified itself as one of the ATL’s favorite local breweries. The back patio is the perfect scene to unwind with some beers and some sliders.
7. SweetWater Brewing Company
The iconic Atlantan brewery has an iconic indoor-outdoor microbrewery to match. With tours, a top-notch taproom, and of course, their charming outdoor space, it has definitely earned its spot on this beer garden bucket list.
8. Scofflaw Brewing Co.
This no-nonsense brewery offers incredibly fun vibes with games, tasty brews, frozen cocktails, and more. There’s plenty of outdoor seating and picnic tables, which light up during the evening to keep the party going.
9. New Realm Brewery
Where: Old Fourth Ward
With direct access to the BeltLine, New Realm Brewing is an unbeatable spot to stop off on your hike, bike, or beyond! There’s so much space, and their upstairs rooftop patio offers an insane view of that iconic ATL skyline.
10. Hippin Hops
With two locations across the ATL, Hippin’ Hops has taken off since opening last year. Both locations boast charming outdoor spaces, adored by their local communities and Atlantan beer lovers.