“Brew Nights organically grew over three years from 10-20 friends to over a hundred people with some travelling from all over Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and the Carolinas; with some opting to camp out on Nick’s property.”– Spencer Nix, Co-founder, and CEO.
What are Brew Nights?
From home brew to hometown brewery, our story started at home with family, friends, and neighbors! This Summer join us for a throwback to our favorite OG Reformation tradition, Brew Night!
Once a month on third Fridays, from May-July you’re invited to gather around the brew kettle and share in community and conversation. We’ll open up the brew gates so you can get a first-hand look at the brewing process from our Woodstock taproom, turn up the music, and pour generously straight from the tank.
The Short Story Behind Brew Nights
“Around 2007, we started sharing our homebrew with a few friends and it was not organized at all. We’d say, ‘hey we’re gonna brew next Thursday because Nick (Nick Downs, Co-founder) is off and I don’t have a lot going on so let’s brew and hang out.’ So we’d brew and hang out with a few buddies and they loved it and would say, ‘hey, can I invite a few friends to come too?’ So, it started organically growing at Nick’s house on about 10 acres near the Clayton community. We got to the point where it needed more organization. At the same time, Nick and I started to plant a church together and build community locally. Brew Nights became a natural way to help build organic community. Brew Nights happened every third Friday where friends, family, and future friends could bring their own food and instruments to enjoy a meal, homebrewed beer, live music, campfires, and just hang out together. Brew Nights organically grew over three years from 10-20 friends to over a hundred people with some travelling from all over Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and the Carolinas; with some opting to camp out on Nick’s property.”– Spencer Nix, Co-founder, and CEO
10-Years Brewing – 2013-2023
On October 31, 2013, Brew Nights moved from homebrew to hometown brewery with the official launch of Reformation Brewery – then on Arnold Mill. In 2023, with countless moments made, hundreds of beers released, a new Craft Spirits line of products, and three outdoor-friendly taprooms in and around North Georgia (Canton, Woodstock, and Smyrna), we celebrate 10 years of brewing beer with the same values and love for the community we had at our OG Brew Nights.
Bring a friend and enjoy community, conversation, and freshly brewed beer at our Summer Brew Nights every Third Friday from May to July. Find out more here.