Q: How are you responding to Covid-19/Coronavirus?
A: Our hours have been changed due to Covid-19. We are only open for to-go beer, merchandise and gift cards via our service window. All events at the brewery have been cancelled this week. We will open fully and resume normal business hours as soon as it is safe to do so. The brewery was cleaned every hour on the hour prior to closing.
Q: Are children allowed at the brewery?
A: Yes, we are a family-friendly brewery. Children under 18 may be accompanied by an adult for our tours. And, of course, you must be 21 in order to consume beer.
Q: Are dogs allowed?
A: Dogs are not allowed inside the Tasting Room area or brewery building at any time with the exception of service dogs with credentials. All well-behaved dogs on a leash are always welcome in our outside patio area. If your dog is uncomfortable with large crowds, other dogs or loud noises, we recommend leaving them at home. If they do cause a disturbance, you may be asked to escort your dog off the premises.
Q: If I do not drink beer can I still come in?
A: Yes, guests that do not drink are more than welcome. In addition to beer we offer soda, juice and water.
Q: Can I bring in outside alcohol?
A: No, it is illegal to have outside alcohol brought onsite at Tucker Brewing Company. Under no circumstances can any outside alcoholic substances be brought from another location onto our premises.
Q: Are there any gluten-free options available?
A: Unfortunately, we do not have any gluten-free beer options yet; however, we did recently release our first gluten-reduced beer, the Lottes Lager. We also have soda, juice and water available.
Q: Do I need a reservation?
A: No reservation is required for Tucker Brewing Company tours or tastings.
Q: What are your weekend hours?
A: Tucker Brewing is open from 4-7pm on Friday, 11am-3pm on Saturday and 12:30-3pm on Sunday. Changes in hours will be announced on all our social media accounts and website accordingly.
Q: You have live music most days. Is there a cover?
A: Tucker Brewing hosts live music Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Soon we will also have music on Sundays. There is never a cover to see any of the shows!
Q: Can I buy beer at your establishment?
A: Yes, as of September 1, 2017 breweries in Georgia can legally sell beer. 288 ounces per person per day can legally be purchased to-go from the brewery.
Q: Can I buy a keg of beer at your establishment?
A: No, we are not legally allowed to sell kegs from the brewery at this time. In accordance with Georgia state law, the most we can sell to-go is 288 ounces per person per day. You may be able to purchase a keg from an off-premise location that carries our beer. Find out where we are available to purchase outside the brewery here.
Q: Where can I buy your beer?
A: Our beer is currently available only at our Beer Garden and Tasting Room in Tucker, but distribution of Tucker Brewing beers is coming early March 2019. Stay tuned for more details.
Q: Do you sell food?
A: We are set to open our own restaurant in late March/early April 2019. Until that time, we do not sell food at Tucker Brewing, however, we do host food trucks and pop-ups almost daily from local food vendors in our Food Truck Alley from which you can purchase food items. We post about these events on our Facebook events page and other social media outlets.
Q: Can I bring my own food to the brewery?
A: Yes, you are welcome to bring food to Tucker Brewing or to have food delivered.
Q: Do you rent out the space for private events?
A: Yes, we’d love to host your event. Please visit our Private Events page for more info and to submit an event request.
Q: Do you offer anything special for birthdays?
A: We do not have any birthday specials at this time.
Q: Are people under the age of 21 allowed in?
A: Yes, guests under the age of 21 are allowed in for tours, but under no circumstances may a person who is under the legal drinking age of 21 be permitted to consume alcoholic beverages on the property of Tucker Brewing.
Q: I don’t live in Georgia – can I purchase beer to be shipped to me from your establishment?
A: No, we cannot legally sell and ship beer.
Q: Can you sponsor my event?
A: If your event is more than 30 days away, please feel free to email us at email@example.com with full details of the sponsorship request.
Q: Are you hiring?
A: Yes, we are! Please visit our Careers page for our latest openings.
Q: Do I have to wear closed-toed shoes?
A: If you would like an extended, educational tour through the back-area production facility, please plan on wearing close-toed shoes.
Q: I don’t live in the Atlanta area, where can I get your beer? Will you be opening up new markets in Georgia soon?
A: Our beer is currently available at our Beer Garden and Tasting Room in Tucker, Georgia as well as the fine on- and off-premise locations shown here.
Q: Is Tucker Brewing wheelchair accessible?
A: Yes, the tasting room, restrooms, and outdoor area are all wheelchair accessible. Please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call ahead at 833.752.2400 to make parking arrangements.
Q: Does the brewery allow groups to come in?
A: Yes, we can accommodate for large groups in our Beer Garden and Tasting Room during hours we are open to the public. Please call ahead at 833.752.2400 or email us at email@example.com to let us know about your group visit.
Q: Is there parking available at the brewery?
A: Yes, we have a parking lot, as well as street parking available at the brewery.
Q: What do I do if I have a quality concern about one of your beers?.
A: We absolutely want to hear if you have concerns related to any of our beers. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 833.752.2400 so that we can address your concern.