Schoolhouse Brewing to Open New Taproom Near Emory University

The Marietta location offers customers ingredients and equipment to craft homebrews.
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Schoolhouse Brewing is opening a new location near Emory University, according to a building permit filed with the City of Atlanta. The estimated $225,000 construction at 1540 Avenue Place includes minor demolition and installation of a new brew house to replace the kitchen area. They will also rework the lighting and create additional bars inside the nearly 4,000 square foot space.

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Schoolhouse, originally located in Marietta, offers 20 rotating draft beers with different selections everyday. Owners Thomas Monti and Justin Waller, two former middle school teachers, have also made in-house brewing accessible to novices and experts by providing recipes and offering classes at Schoolhouse Brewing’s “Homebrew University.”

As the only Atlanta brewery with a home brew supply store, Schoolhouse Brewing provides customers the ingredients and equipment to brew their own product at home. Per their website, Monti and Waller “are proud to claim the largest taproom of any Marietta Brewery and offer an array of games, live music, food trucks, and special events.”

There’s no word yet on how the new brewhouse will reflect or differ from the original. What Now Media called the Marietta location, but the owners could not be reached for comment.

Cathy Gonzalez

Catherine is a writer originally from Florida. Her work has appeared in HuffPo, NPR, and others.

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