Arches Brewing Relocating to East Point

The new community taproom concept will include beer, kombucha, plant-based burgers and more.
Arches Brewing Relocating to East Point
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A craft brewery in Hapeville is relocating and joining forces with other local concepts to create a new food-and-beverage destination in East Point.

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Arches Brewing is set to move to Atlanta Utility Works this summer.

The craft brewery first opened in Hapeville in 2016. “We have a strong emphasis on classic lagers, but also brew many American styles along with several Euro-inspired ales,” according to the company.

Arches Brewing announced in March that they planned to close in Hapeville and seek out a new location.

“The community of beer lovers, friends, neighbors, and so many others – helped us live out this dream. Now we’re on to the next chapter, and are actively evaluating our next move with the goal of relocating our taproom to a community-driven space with a food partner to embark on this journey,” an announcement said.  

That idea has now come to fruition. The company is teaming up with Cultured South and Good As Burgers on a communal taproom concept at Atlanta Utility Works featuring food and beverages.

According to Atlanta Utility Works, the space will include a “full-service restaurant and bar” along with a “garden-to-glass cocktail menu and daily food service.” There will be taps of beer, non-alcoholic kombucha and hard kombucha, as well as plant-based eats from Good As Burgers. A Sip of Paradise Garden will help supply fresh herbs and fruits for the bar programs, and Market 166 will curate a selection of Georgia-made goods.

The Hapeville location of Arches Brewing at 3361 Dogwood Drive is set to close July 31, an extension from the original closing date of May 18.

Housed in a historic industrial building, Atlanta Utility Works is a brewery and multipurpose venue. It has been a filming location for shows like Ozark and Stranger Things.

What Now Atlanta has reached out to Arches Brewing ownership to learn more about the concept’s timeline. This story will be updated.

Libby Allnatt

Libby Allnatt

Libby Allnatt is the Editor/Reporter for What Now Atlanta. She has been in the journalism industry since graduating from Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, gathering experience in copy editing, writing and social media. With a passion for helping people find their new favorite places, Libby enjoys highlighting small businesses, trying new coffee shops and exploring a city's signature spots. Originally from Salt Lake City, she loves discovering all the Peach State has to offer.
Libby Allnatt

Libby Allnatt

Libby Allnatt is the Editor/Reporter for What Now Atlanta. She has been in the journalism industry since graduating from Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, gathering experience in copy editing, writing and social media. With a passion for helping people find their new favorite places, Libby enjoys highlighting small businesses, trying new coffee shops and exploring a city's signature spots. Originally from Salt Lake City, she loves discovering all the Peach State has to offer.
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