5 Seasons Brewing Westside To Close Following 10-Year-Run

The company shuttered its Sandy Springs outpost at the end of 2018.

5 Seasons Brewing is closing down its Westside location after 10 years in business.

The company, which closed its Sandy Springs outpost at the end of 2018, will host a “Final Farewell” party on February 28 to “drain these taps.”

Owners Dave Larkworthy and Crawford Moran announced the news Tuesday on the 5 Seasons Facebook page.

“We are sad to announce that after a decade we are unfortunately not able to renew our lease,” according to the announcement.

“5 Seasons Westside is a special place and we have truly loved serving our guests over the past ten years. We have loved working side by side with so many creative and wonderful people that have shared our passion for great food, great beer, and friendly hospitality. And it has been an honor to be a small part of so many people’s lives; from weddings, birthdays, and other fun celebrations of life, to just meeting up with friends and loved ones at the end of the day for a good meal and a good beer.”

The brewery will keep its normal operating hours through Sunday, February 17.

All beer (draft, bottles, cans, kegs, high gravity, etc.) will be 50 percent off heading into the closure.

A “fun celebration” will be held in the SkyBar on Saturday, February 23.

No word on what will open in the brewery’s place.

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Caleb J. Spivak

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