Monthly and Grand Prize winnings up for grabs when you #setbeerfree with @ReformationBrewery. Tag us in your Instagram moments as we raise a glass to 500 Moments this October, when we release our Anniversary beer: a Barrel-aged Belgian Quad. More details at the link.
Saison is a French word meaning “season.” Historically brewed to quench the thirst of farmhands, the style originated in the French speaking areas of Belgium.
Cheers to a month filled with sweet success, hard work, and moments to celebrate. Join us in March for more adventures like our newly release French Saison, Sabine! Subscribe to our newsletter for weekly updates on events in our Keeping Room and out in the market.
Reformation Stands connects with select charities each year in order to develop a deeper relationships, and further invest our passion and people into meaningful causes that make a difference in the communities we serve.
A microbiologist and little known mastermind behind our Imperial Stout, when Paul’s not counting yeast cells, keeping tabs on quality assurance, and greasing the wheels on all things stuck around the brewery, you’ll find him tending to his home garden, pairing up his favorite curry with his favorite company, and telling jokes like ike a true Irishman.
Neat, exciting and unifying are words that Ellie Mahon, owner of Swift & Finch Coffee, 600 Broad St., uses to describe the reaction to the use of a special coffee in Stark — a toasted porter beer being brewed at Reformation Brewery in Woodstock. “We haven’t had a...
“It’s blood, sweat, and tears and it’s beautiful.” Over the last two years I have come to experience the community and growing reputation of North Georgia BBQ. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve been eating and loving BBQ my whole life, but what I’m experiencing now is a...
“Joy is the simplest form of gratitude.” — Karl Barth Reformation Stands is propelled by the joy of the story to set all gifts free. We are intentional in our support of events, causes, and projects, and we give priority to those who align with our values and efforts to set beer free.
“If you are familiar with our brand, one of the things that we talk about a lot is that we really try to create community with the platform that we have been given,” said Merry Quarles, event manager of Reformation Brewery. “The beer is great, but it needs to be about...
“Martin Luther nailed his proposal to the door of a church. Spencer Nix and his gang canned theirs.”
“I do declare that you don’t want to pass up on Declaration while in Georgia. An imperial stout from Woodstock’s Reformation Brewery takes dark malt to the next level.”
“Beer was the first social media,” says Nix. “I think we need a return to it. Get that face-to-face conversation. Beer really does that.”
Moments like these are made for sharing, so stock up on the snacks, download and print our handy tasting sheets, and continue the fun with friends at your own pairing party. Cheers!
This decidedly grown up version of chocolate cake is exactly what the beer lover desires. A soft, decadent crumb is crowned with a fudgy cream cheese icing that says “I Love You” any time of year.
Partnering with Julian’s Kitchen of Cartersville, Reformation Brewery presents “A Feast with Friends” a five-course beer dinner in our Keeping Room.
This thing that I love so much has given me more trouble than anything in my whole life, but it is teaching me every day to trust other people.
The mess allows me to make connections that I couldn’t make if everything was up on a shelf. Sometimes you need to see life out of order to find a new way of doing things.
I’m in a season of waiting. Doing nothing is also doing something. It’s a position of openness. We don’t like being in that space because there’s uncertainty. But that is where art happens.
It’s not just alcohol that needs moderation. We need moderation in life. We go through life drunk on the next high, whatever that is. Even relationships. There’s a beauty in balance that I think gets lost…
I’ve made a lot of mistakes. Taken it down too far with the axe. Sometimes, you need to fail. If not, you aren’t trying hard enough. That’s what the woodfire pile is for.
The world is always changing. There is a gift of providence in that. A preciousness, and a sense of hope. That every day will close and begin anew…