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Bubbles & Brews is Back: Cobb County Craft Beverage Month Spotlights Unique Local Brews

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February 11, 2024

WHAT:    Bubbles & Brews is a month-long celebration of Cobb’s Craft Beverage Makers and your chance to support local 'Hop Spots' while attending special events and earning prizes! During March, craft beverage enthusiasts can travel along the Cobb Ale Trail to 14 of Cobb’s breweries, distilleries, and wineries to sample each location’s unique beverages. A free digital ‘BrewPass’ will guide visitors to each location, where they can collect digital stamps and win sweet prizes from Cobb Travel & Tourism.

Many breweries, distilleries, and wineries will host special Bubbles & Brews events throughout the month, featuring fun activities and themed giveaways where guests can earn double stamps in their BrewPass. Visitors can vote online for their favorite best-sellers, special brews, and various other categories.

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WHO:      Hosted by Cobb Travel & Tourism

WHEN:    March 1, 2024, through March 31, 2024

                  Dates and times of individual events will vary. 

WHERE:  Breweries, distilleries, and wineries in Cobb County, including:

    • ASW Distillery (Cumberland)
    • Atlanta Hard Cider Co. & Distillery (Marietta)
    • Broken Anchor Winery (Acworth)
    • Frog Rock Brewing Company (Austell)
    • Glover Park Brewery (Marietta)
    • Horned Owl Brewing (Kennesaw)
    • Ironmonger Brewing Company (Marietta)
    • Lazy Guy Distillery (Kennesaw)
    • Red Hare Brewing & Distilling (Marietta)
    • Red Hare – Still on the Square (Marietta)
    • Schoolhouse Brewing (Marietta)
    • Skint Chestnut Brewing Company (Powder Springs)
    • Terrapin Taproom (Cumberland)
    • Viking Alchemist Meadery (Smyrna)
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Cobb Travel & Tourism is a 501(c)6 nonprofit organization working to bring visitors to Cobb County. Cobb Travel & Tourism is the only organization positioned to market Cobb County and its assets as a 365-day destination. As the leading industry in Cobb County, tourism has a significant economic impact.