Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Boozy ‘Fest-Of-Ale’ Returns This October

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Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Boozy ‘Fest-Of-Ale’ Returns This October

This unique beer festival allows you to explore Atlanta Botanical Garden at night

Fest-Of-Ale is Atlanta Botanical Garden’s annual beer festival, and you’ll be able to experience it throughout October. The enchanting gardens will allow visitors to explore the city’s most beautiful urban oasis during the cooler autumn evenings at the unmissable festival.

Enjoy festive entertainment, live music, specialty brews and so much more. Atlanta Botanical Garden always curate an awesome line-up of autumnal activities, including Scarecrows in the Garden.

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Scarecrows in the Garden boasts dozens of creations by local artists, crafters, youth groups, and others! Their creepy creations will be scattered around the park throughout October. You’ll be able to check out the crafty exhibition by flashlight at Fest-Of-Ale. The magical ATL moonlight will transform the grounds into one of Atlanta’s spookiest outings this fall.

There’s even their very own series of beer brew available to purchase, in collaboration with Wild Heaven Beer. The creations feature seasonal flavors and ingredients harvested from the Garden itself!


Fest-Of-Ale will be held at Atlanta Botanical Garden throughout October, from Tuesday to Sunday, 5 – 8 p.m., last admission is at 7 p.m. Atlanta Botanical Garden is located in Piedmont Park at 1345 Piedmont Ave NE, 30309.

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