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The WPSL’s 2024 Season Kickoff and Jersey Release Party brought the energy and excitement! The party brought an exclusive jersey reveal, special remarks from key partners including Canton Mayor, Bill Grant, and a live podcast session with Georgia Impact coaches.

We’re so grateful for the way this community organization and its collaborative partners have come together to create a local impact beyond women’s soccer that offers much more than a club. Reformation is honored and privileged to join this collective of local partners.

Enjoy this photo roundup of the moment.

Photo credit to Lindsay Ann Photography.

On St. Patty’s Day weekend, our Letterman Club members descended on our green backyard with a sea of red Reformation energy! Over 41 of our members, including their +1s, joined us for a member-led march to kick off our 2024 Shamrock Pub Crawl and walk downtown Woodstock to support our local merchants together. We had the privilege of welcoming our first-year members by robing them with their club jackets. Then, we raised our mugs, geared up, and with flagman in the lead, marched from eatery to eatery proudly showing our support for downtown Woodstock and its many local restaurants and bars.

We hope you’ll stay up to date with our Letterman Club this year and stay tuned for details on 2025 membership opening up in October. Discover all the benefits of belonging to this growing community of fans, friends, and reformers. 🍻🔴 Click here to learn more.

Meet Jared Holt of Prime 120, Woodstock GA as he mixes up the perfect espresso martini with Reformation’s Coffee Liqueur. Featured on their menu for the month of February, this hand crafted cocktail is refined and perfectly balanced. Enjoy one with dinner in their gorgeous dining room, or order up on from the bar for a night on the town in downtown Woodstock.

The recipe:
2oz espresso infused vodka
1/2 ounce Reformation Coffee Liqueur
Simple syrup to taste
Heavy cream to taste
Add ice – shake, strain, serve
Optional – garnish with espresso beans

Nate, founder of Alpine Leather & Supply, Co. sipping coffee and enjoying his craft.

North Georgia Made Makers – stories of makers from North Georgia (full video story below).

At Reformation, we are proudly North Georgia Made — located at the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains with three taprooms uniquely positioned to give our guests memorable outdoor experiences along trails and rivers.

As makers ourselves, we know both the challenges and pleasures of making handcrafted products high in quality and value for our loyal fans. North Georgia comprises a variety of hardworking and dedicated artists and makers who love their craft and love sharing it with their local community. As we prepare to enter Fall and our 10th-anniversary season, we could not think of a better way to tell the story of being North Georgia Made than highlighting the makers in our community and sharing their inspiring stories.

Nate, working on making a leather passport holder at his shop at the Mill on Etowah in Canton.

In this first pilot episode, we chose to feature one of our local vendors and handmade leather craftsman, Nate Bridges of Alpine Leather & Supply, Co. Nate’s story of taking the entrepreneurial leap in college, discovering a love for leather on a trip to Nashville, and overcoming challenges will leave you inspired and ready to engage the maker in you.


Nate’s shop is located at The Mill on Etowah in Canton, just a few steps from our taproom and main production facility. We hope you enjoy this story and it spurs you to not only support your local community of makers but get busy making something too. Cheers to the reformers and makers in all of us!

Learn more about Nate and grab one of his handmade goods from Alpine Leather & Supply, Co.

Follow our story and learn more about what it means to be North Georgia Made.

*Stay tuned for hopefully more to come in this series focused on makers. Cheers to the makers and reformers in all of us.

Create Vibrancy with Woodstock Arts! This week we welcome a release celebrating community art. Featuring four unique designs made by local artists, each purchase helps support Woodstock Arts mission to engage the community with relevant art experiences every day.

Since 2002, Woodstock Arts has been supplying performing arts productions, world-class concerts, in-depth classes, & exciting camps. Come join us! Let’s create vibrancy. More at woodstockarts.org

About the beer

Create Vibrancy is an American Pale Ale featuring Strata and Strata CGX hops for light strawberry fruitiness & uplifting citrusy undertones. A portion of the proceeds from each purchase supports Woodstock Arts, our nonprofit local arts center. Made with support from VisitWoodstockGA

Available from your neighborhood Reformation as our featured offering, Saturday, July 1st. A day declared #setbeerfree day by our Woodstock mayor, made to celebrate Georgia beer freedom, local makers, and live music. 

The Art & the Artists

Harmony Reid, “The Reeves House”

Entitled “The Reeves House,” the can art is an original watercolor by Woodstock artist, Harmony Reid, highlighting one of the city’s original landmarks which serves as an arts & community center in the heart of downtown Woodstock.

Sylvia Smith, “Community Faces”

Entitled “Community Faces,” this artwork by Sylvia Smith speaks to the community we create through art and gathering together, sharing a beer at Reformation or experiencing a vibrant moment with friends. More art at Sylviadraws.com.

Joseph Baum, “Spaceman”

The can art entitled “Spaceman” from Graphic Artist, Joseph Baum, depicts an explorer taking respite in what is right in front of him, the small, glowing speck can remind us to celebrate what is right in front of us.

Get social with us:

Woodstock Arts @woodstockgaarts

Sylvia draws @sylvia_draws

Joseph Baum @joseph_baum

Harmony Reid @l.harmonyreidart

It was an honor to support this year’s 2023 Crafted For Action Con in Atlanta with a collaboration brew, One Love – a sorrel inspired saison, of which 100% of the proceeds were donated in support.

This February, join us in drinking One Love – a Sorrel Inspired Saison with Honey, Hibiscus, and spent Gin Botanicals. While supplies last, all proceeds go to Crafted For Action. Learn more at craftedforaction.com

Join us in Smyrna, Feb. 3rd from 7-9pm for the Launch Party and meet our collaborator, Jennifer Price, founder and creator of Crafted For Action.

What is Sorrel?

Sorrel or “sorrel drink” is popular Caribbean beverage and is made of hibiscus flowers and various spices. According to Atlanta chef Briana Riddock, Sorrel is “a prized ingredient in the foodways of the African diaspora, where it lends a red hue to celebratory drinks.” In America, it is used to commemorate Juneteenth; the color is symbolic of the blood shed by enslaved Africans and the collective resiliency of Black people. (Source)

We named it “One Love” not only because of the obvious ties to Jamaica and the Caribbean, but because of beer’s undeniable power to unite communities.

As Bob Marley and the Wailers sang, 

One love, one heart
Let’s get together and feel all right


We hope you’ll come out to support!
All proceeds benefit the Crafted for Action Conference.

This year Reformation Brewery is raising funds for one of our own, Alex Brown. To know Alex is to love Alex and he’s one of Reformation’s most devoted and caring part-time servers. On Dec. 5th Alex experienced a severe arm fracture which limited his ability to work during the holiday season.

A giving pail will be placed at all Reformation venues, all cash donations and $2 from every pour of Alex’s Ale will be given directly to Alex to help bring a little peace and hope this Christmas. Thank you for your support! $2 of Every Pour of Alex’s Ale

All CASH DONATIONS GO DIRECTLY TO ALEX
Donate in person or online at reformationstore.com

“If you like the classic Arnold Palmer, you’re going to love Common Thread. More than that, this one is personal. As a citizen of this county whose family goes back many generations and a member of the History Cherokee board of directors, it’s crucial we know our past; good, bad, and ugly, in order to become an even better community in the future.

We have an amazing story full of some beautiful characters who have shaped us into the community we are today. That story should be preserved, remembered, and told for generations to come. I’m excited about the opening of the History Cherokee center and invite you to become more connected to the story. Become a member today. To the common thread that weaves us all together, cheers!” – Spencer Nix, CEO & Co-founder

FRIDAY 9/2 – Welcome Common Thread, a light Pale Ale (4.8%) featuring black tea & fresh lemon for an Arnold Palmer-esque experience.

While supplies last, $1 per pint/pack is donated in support of History Cherokee and their mission to inspire empathetic and engaged communities, cultivate a love of learning and greater understanding about our shared past, and serve as a trusted community resource for Cherokee County history. Learn more at historycherokee.org.

Preorder for brewery pickup: reformationstore.com

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