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Over Two Dozen Georgia Breweries Participate in an International Social Justice Fundraiser

24 Georgia breweries are taking part in an international fundraiser for social justice called “Black is Beautiful.” Plus, two new Atlanta popups to know about right now

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Over two dozen Georgia breweries participate in a fundraiser for social justice

24 breweries across the state are taking part in an international fundraiser for social justice called Black is Beautiful, launched by San Antonio brewery Weathered Souls Brewing Co. founded by head brewer Marcus Baskerville. Nearly 1,000 breweries around the U.S. and in 17 countries around the world have joined the effort to help raise money for organizations and causes surrounding social justice. Each participating brewery is asked to donate 100 percent of one of their beers proceeds to a local social justice organization or legal defense fund. For its part, Grant Park brewery Eventide Brewery is donating proceeds from a special release beer to the Georgia chapter of the ACLU. Read more about the initiative here. [Official]

Take a look at the Georgia breweries participating in the fundraiser:

Anderby Brewing — Peachtree Corners
Arches Brewing Company — Hapeville
Best End Brewing Co. — Atlanta
Blue Tarp Brewing Co. — Tucker
Eventide Brewing — Atlanta
High Card Brewing — Tucker
Jekyll Brewing — Alpharetta
Khonso Brewing — Atlanta
Macon Beer Company — Macon
New Realm Brewing Co. — Atlanta
Orpheus Brewing and Little Cottage — Atlanta
Pontoon Brewing — Sandy Springs
Reformation Brewery — Woodstock, Canton, Smyrna
Savannah River Brewing Co. — Augusta
Sceptre Brewing Arts — Decatur
Scofflaw Brewing — Atlanta
Second Self Beer — Atlanta
Six Bridges Brewing — Johns Creek
Steady Hand Beer Co. — Atlanta
Sweetwater Brewery — Atlanta
Terrapin Beer Co. — Athens
The Lost Druid — Avondale Estates
Three Taverns Brewery — Atlanta
Variant Brewing Company — Roswell

Castellucci Hospitality Group launches a new pop-up sushi restaurant called MUJŌ

Atlanta-based Castellucci Hospitality Group launched a new popup sushi restaurant called MUJŌ. The omakase sushi popup is in partnership with New York City chef J. Trent Harris, who has temporarily relocated to Atlanta to lead MUJŌ. The to-go effort includes sushi, small plates, and drinks and is run out of the group’s Westside tapas restaurant, Cooks & Soldiers. Orders can be placed online and are available for pick up at Cooks & Soldiers Thursday through Sunday. [Official]

West End brewpub Boxcar now includes a Saturday fresh market

The brewpub, located at the Lee + White complex just off of the Westside Beltline, is now hosting a fresh market popup on Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Boxcar’s Saturday market features meats, fruits, vegetables, pantry staples, and other local foodstuffs from area farmers. [Official]

Reformation Brewery

500 Arnold Mill Way, Woodstock, GA 30188 (678) 341-0828 Visit Website

New Realm Brewing

550 Somerset Terrace Northeast, , GA 30306 (404) 968-2777 Visit Website

Eventide Brewing

1015 Grant Street Southeast, , GA 30315 (404) 907-4543 Visit Website

Variant Brewing

66 Norcross Street, , GA 30075 (678) 242-8189 Visit Website

Jekyll Brewing

2855 Marconi Drive, , GA 30005 (844) 453-5955 Visit Website

Steady Hand Beer Co.

1611 Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard Northwest, , GA 30318 (404) 458-5981 Visit Website

Cooks & Soldiers

691 14th Street Northwest, , GA 30318 (404) 996-2623 Visit Website

Arches Brewing

3361 Dogwood Drive, , GA 30354 (678) 653-2739 Visit Website

Orpheus Brewing

1440 Dutch Valley Place Northeast, , GA 30324 (404) 347-1777 Visit Website

Sceptre Brewing Arts

630 East Lake Drive, , GA 30030 (470) 428-4359 Visit Website

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