Craft Breweries & Beer

Where to Find Craft Beer in Gwinnett

The craft beer train has left the station, and we want to help you plan your stops.

There are plenty of restaurants and bars that offer a variety of drafts. Here, we're focusing on breweries, growler shops and markets.


Slow Pour Brewing Company (Lawrenceville) is Gwinnett's very first brewery, so it's a must on your beer tour. Their year round offerings include IPA's and pale ales, but they're always experimenting with different varieties of beer, like their oatmeal porter or dunkel with coffee. You'l never have a boring night at Slow Pour. They've got community board games, a relaxing outdoor space, and live music a few nights a week.

Good Word Brewing and Public House (Duluth) is the perfect spot if you want a bite to eat while you taste some locally brewed beer. You'll find a bit of everything at Good Word, including imperial stouts, saisons, sours and IPAs. I highly recommend the burger, but I've heard rave reviews about a lot of their dishes.

Growler Shops

Exhibit (A)le (Lawrenceville) is owned by a practicing Lawyer (hence the name). There are 30 taps available, and beer styles vary from light to dark to hoppy and "miscellaneous awesomeness." You can buy 32oz or 64oz growler fills. Can't make up your mind? Try 3oz samples.

Lincoln Fill Station (Snellville) has diverse selection of domestic and imported craft beers. It's the perfect place to grab a Continental Flight (four 5oz tasters), and relax on the patio. Don't miss their special events, like Tap Takeovers and Pizza/Movie Nights.

Peachtree Growler Co. (Peachtree Corners) has 40 taps, and they're offering beer, wine, cider and root beer. They carry homebrewing merchandise and teach classes for beginners. Grab a coffee while you shop at their full-service coffeehouse, featuring Jittery Joes Coffee Roasting Company.


The Market Taproom (Lilburn) is located inside 1910 Public House, a gem of a restaurant. They have 28 craft beers on tap, and you can leave with a 32oz or 64oz growler, as well as a delicious meal. They also sell bottles wine for your non-beer drinking friends.

Three Blind Mice (Lilburn), another fabulous restaurant, has a market of their own. They're offering all of your favorite craft beer and wine to take home with you. Don't miss their beer tastings, brunches and live music events.

New watering holes are opening up all over Gwinnett. Be sure to stay on top of Beer & Beverages Guide for the latest news.

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