Pint & Provisions and Pace Lynch Tuesday announced a new craft brewery is well underway in Senoia, the historic Coweta County town south of Atlanta known as the home to the filming of AMC’s The Walking Dead series. The brewery is slated to open in early 2023.
“We couldn’t be happier to announce the long-awaited opening of P&P which will be a great complement to other locally owned and operated concepts in Downtown Senoia including The Curious Kitchen & Bar, Nic & Norman’s Senoia, Bistro Hillary, Senoia Coffee & Café and so many others,” Jason Pace, principal of Pace Lynch and owner of P&P, said in a press release. “P&P will be a ‘must hit’ brewery destination for South Metro Atlanta and will add perfectly to the vibrant historic city of Senoia.”
The historic building that will house Pint & Provisions is located next to the Nic & Norman’s Senoia restaurant owned by The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus and Greg Nicotero. Originally built in the 1920s, the 3,830 square-foot building has been owned by the town’s McKnight Family since its original construction until an affiliate of South Atlanta real estate firm, Pace Lynch, purchased the property in 2021.
Now nearly fully renovated by Pace Lynch, the craft brewery will feature a generously sized Tankroom, housing Mueller Serving Tanks procured from the Netherlands, a custom 7bbl brew house and cellar tanks from Alpha Brewing Operations based out of Lincoln, Nebraska, newly completed front patios, a private event hall and a fully furnished rear beer garden known simply as the “Tapyard.”
The Pint & Provisions name alludes to the 1920s and 30s when the art deco movement transcended through the U.S. and speakeasies served as a place for all members of the community to gather and mingle, according to the release.
The dual approach of the name “Pint & Provisions” captures the idea that the microbrewery’s offerings are almost entirely centered on, but not limited to the supply of locally brewed craft beer, which will have a focus on different styles of lagers, hop-forward styles like west coast and hazy IPAs, culinary-inspired stouts along with big fruit-forward kettle sours. There will be a “respectful” attempt at traditionally influenced styles while adding the brewery’s own creative touch throughout the process. The term “Provisions” insinuates a thoughtful and ample to live music, local food trucks, local food ordering capability, carefully curated P&P merchandise, planned events and the feeling of community.