COME SEE US!
We are open & our
hours are up to date!
Visit us for draft beer, & take-home beer to go! Limited seating is first come, first served with social distancing and sanitation protocols in place. Have more questions?
What’s happening at your neighborhood Reformation Brewery?
Frequently Asked Questions
You've got questions; we have answers. Please start by reading the answers to our most frequently asked questions below!
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What are you doing to keep us safe?
Additionally, we ask that you follow directions on posted signage and from staff, refrain from bringing your own seating or adding furniture, and follow CDC guidelines for sanitation and social distancing.
Are you open today?
Can I bring my own chairs/blankets?
No. At this time, no outside furniture or seating is permitted. Do not to add/move furniture at our venues.
Nearby public or private spaces may have different rules or requirements and we encourage you to check with adjacent property management directly (city or otherwise) about how they allow their space to be used.
Do you have food?
In Woodstock, Queenie's BBQ is conveniently located on the upper level. While we share space, they operate independently from us. Contact them directly with questions about hours, menu options, etc.
In Smyrna, enjoy food trucks on Friday's (4-8pm typically) brought in by The Eddy at Riverview Landing. Grand Champion BBQ is currently under construction with plans to open in the coming months next door to the brewery.
In Canton, The Mill on Etowah is still under construction with restaurant partners pending.
Do you have other drinks?
Yes! We are experimenting with seltzers which are sometimes on draft as a gluten free option, and may have more options in the future. Check the menu by location for current choices.
We also offer a range of non-alcoholic beverages that vary by location. Bottled water, lemonade, sodas, flavored waters, and coffee are often available.
In Woodstock, enjoy your favorite Alma Coffee in handmade lattes, espresso, hot chocolate, and more daily starting at 9am. Pop by to say hello at our outdoor serving station, or ask your beertender for options.
In Smyrna, nearby Chattahoochee Coffee Company is a great option. Check them out for coffee, teas, and more. Or ask your beertender for a menu of available sodas, and other drinks.
In Canton, ask your beertender for a menu of available sodas, and other drinks or visit nearby vendors for more!
*Please note: Outside alcohol is not permitted. It is a violation of Georgia law to consume outside alcoholic drinks on our property.
Who is allowed to visit?
Designated drivers? Yes. We have an array of other beverages, including sodas, water, and coffee (varies by location) to serve you.
Handicap access? Yes. Upper level in Woodstock has a ramp that allows access to both downstairs and upstairs bars. In Canton, the left entrance has a ramp to our doors between the brewery and Cotton Mill Exchange. Smyrna is one level with wide front entrance.
Can I make reservations?
We do not take reservations (applies to all locations). Seating is first come, first served. If you live together, you can hang together in groups of 6 or less. Private, paid reservations are an option at Canton while permitted due to public safety (request a private event here).
In Woodstock, the downtown district is open container, so you can stop by and grab a draft beer to go and walk around the beautiful city or wander to nearby green space if we are at capacity. Trails, restaurants, shopping, and much more are at your fingertips.
In Smyrna, The Eddy at Riverview Landing has plenty of space to spread out down by the Chattahoochee River. A nearby amphitheater, walking trails, free little library, and coffee are a few highlights. Visit or move in as a resident!
In Canton, visit often as renovations continue at The Mill on Etowah. Grab a draft beer to go and wander the property to take a peak at ongoing progress, or shop curated antiques and other wares at The Cotton Mill Exchange next door.