Super Beer Deals for Big Game Sunday

Flight of Craft Beer
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It’s hard to believe, but there are people out there who don’t know the Super Bowl happens on Sunday in Miami. I was sitting at a brewery earlier this week and I overheard a guest learn for the first time the game was upon us and even who the teams were.

That’s not us here. We’re fully aware the San Francisco 49ers are facing the Kansas City Chiefs. What we don’t know is what you’re doing during the game.

If you haven’t already locked up your plans for a house party or paid for a spot at a Super Bowl party, allow me to offer a few brewery options for watching the big game.

  • Tucker Brewing Company is offering $8.99 6-packs all day Saturday and Sunday to stock up for your party.
  • Three Taverns has $2 off all packaged beer and $10 each case, with two exclusions on the case deal.
  • Good Word Brewing is hosting their third annual “Superb Owl,” a $75 all-you-can-drink-and-eat watch party.
  • Orpheus Brewing is hosting Souperbowl 2020, a competition for the Best Soup in Atlanta. For $15 you get all the soup you can taste and two 5-ounce beer pours.
  • Monday Night Brewing is giving away a special themed football glass with every purchase of Lay Low, their new low-calorie IPA.
  • New Realm is offering both to-go options and a $1,500 private event, food and drink package for the game.
  • Line Creek Brewing is welcoming folks to come tailgate with them and even releasing a special beer for the occasion, an Irish Red Ale called Corkonian.


6S Brewing and Tasting Room is set to open “within the next couple of months,” owner and founder Robb Watson said. He gave me an update on some of the beers coming. They’ll offer core beers in the following styles: IPA, stout, porter, Saison, and pale ale, and will even cater to people drinking gluten free.

When their taproom opens it’ll have 16 taps flowing and will “provide varieties across all styles.”

Monkey Wrench Brewing has been holding soft opening hours on the weekends with six beers flowing. Joe Dreher, who handles creative and marketing for the brewery, says they’ll be “wrenching it up a notch in February or early March.”
Craig Mycoskie, of Round Trip Brewing, has recently been working with his equipment supplier and said delivery of brewhouse equipment and tanks “should be early-mid March.”

In terms of style, Mycoskie said they’ll focus on classic examples “while pushing the boundaries of German styles and ingredients.” He hasn’t finalized the beer lineup yet, but said we can expect German-style beers to be theme in a majority of what Round Trip does.

Outrun Brewing is close to opening within walking distance of Stone Mountain Park. "Right now we're projecting mid-to-late March,” said brewery co-owner and founder Josh Miller. “It depends on licensing and how quickly we can get all our equipment hooked up. We're still waiting on a few things, but if we brew in mid-February, we'll be open in mid-March."

Miller calls the future operation a “Mom and Pop” place where he and co-owner Ryan Silva will be “brewing the beer and serving the beer." Their location will be approximately 2,300 square feet with a 250 square foot tap station on property in a separate building in front. There will also be a lot of outdoor seating. Guests can grab food from a pizza place across the street, a new BBQ spot opening soon around the corner or occasional food trucks at the brewery.

Outrun’s five-barrel system will push out 10 beers max on draft in the taproom and Miller said they’ll launch with five different beer styles. The rough lineup is still a work in progress, but he guessed lagers and lower-alcohol IPAs would be in the mix.

Take a look around Atlanta this weekend for these new brews that were either released this week or are coming soon.
  • Orpheus Brewing will launch the third beer in its series Stouts All The Way Down: The Vanilla Chronicles. Mexican will hit the tasting room Friday at 5 p.m. after Orpheus earlier released Indonesian and Ugandan versions.
  • Schoolhouse Brewing pushed out Blood, Sweat, and Mango, their new fruit-forward New England IPA on Wednesday.
  • Also on Wednesday, Contrast Artisan Ales released a new sour ale infused with Japanese Matcha.
  • Head to Best End Brewing for a 6% American Brown Ale called Firelight Coffee Brown Ale. This was brewed in collaboration with Firelight Coffee Roasters in West Atlanta.
  • I Have Spoken (shout-out to The Mandalorian) is a 7.5% passion fruit IPA from Akademia. It came out Wednesday.
  • Swipe Right is back at Dry County Brewing. This version is blueberry, mango, and banana. Also on Friday: Return of OG IPA on draft.
  • Pontoon Brewing will release another Honorary Girl Scout beer on Saturday. This one called S’Mores Cookie.
  • Stillfire Brewing is releasing three beers this weekend. Thrill Ride IPA and Hopnoxious IPA both hit Friday. The former is a 7.3% West Coast IPA and the latter is a 10.24% grapefruit, orange, pine, and apricot IPA. On Sunday Super Smash Pale Ale comes out. It’s the third in the Smash Series.
  • Variant Brewing Company has three versions of Overslept coming out on Saturday. Overslept is an 11.5% imperial stout brewed with French vanilla coffee beans and Ugandan vanilla beans. There are also two barrel-aged versions: one aged in whiskey barrels and another aged in whiskey barrels with cinnamon and hazelnut.
  • Head over to Arches Brewing to taste Five Week Sail, a 7.2% Baltic porter.
  • Thursday was the release of cask Anthem of the Angels at Torched Hop Brewing, a coconut porter with 200 pounds of toasted coconut.