Kettlerock Brewing opens early this year in the Gwinnett County city of Peachtree Corners, the Atlanta Business Chronicle first reported. Owned by the Peet family, the 5,000-square-foot microbrewery replaces Nemoe’s Tavern and Grill, which closed in 2018 on Peachtree Parkway.
Once open, Kettlerock will feature a brewing facility and taproom offering a rotating selection of beers on draft. Beers set for production include IPAs and wheat and Belgian-styles brews, along with seasonal beers and non-alcoholic craft sodas.
Dianna Peet serves as Kettlerock Brewing’s CEO, with Sterling Peet as brew master. The couple’s children and their spouses are also helping to run the brewery business.
A handful of new breweries should open around Atlanta this year. Southern rap quartet Nappy Roots plans to open its microbrewery Atlantucky Brewing at the Intown Loft Apartment complex on Northside Drive in Castleberry Hill. Inner Voice Brewing opens this spring in the former Big Tex restaurant space on West Ponce in the city of Decatur. Underwood Hills-based brewery Round Trip Brewing opens this winter along Seaboard Industrial Boulevard in the northwest Atlanta neighborhood. Hippin’ Hops brewpub opens next to Holy Taco in East Atlanta this winter, with a second location planned for the East Lake neighborhood. And Biggerstaff Brewing Company still plans to open beside Staplehouse Market on Edgewood Avenue in the Old Fourth Ward.
6025 Peachtree Parkway, Peachtree Corners. kettlerockbrewing.com.
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