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Atlanta Beer Week 2012

Seven Days of Tastings, Tap Takeovers, Pub Crawls and Brewer Meet n’ Greets
The third annual Atlanta Beer Week kicks off Saturday, Oct. 20 and features citywide beer events through Saturday, Oct. 27.  Just a small sampling of Atlanta Beer Week sanctioned events include: The Great Decatur Beer Festival, Best of Brews Octoberfest, Meet & Greet with New Belgium Brewmaster at Leon’s, Locals Only Food & Beer Menu at Atkins Park, SweetWater “Dirty DIPA” Double Stout tapping at Ormby’s, Boilermaker Dinner at Mac McGee’s, Meet the Brewery Night at Cypress Street Pint and Plate, the Inman Park Beer Chase (5K & festival), and many, many more.
All of the details are below:

Atlanta Beer Week Neighborhood Spotlight:

Saturday, Oct. 20 – Decatur Craft Beer Fest and Outside the Perimeter

Sunday, Oct. 21 – Virginia Highland

Monday, Oct. 22 – Decatur, North Decatur, Oakhurst Day

Tuesday, Oct. 23 – Midtown

Wednesday, Oct. 24 – Smyrna, Vinings, Marietta

Thursday, Oct. 25 – Little 5 Points, Inman Park, Candler Park, East Atlanta

Friday, Oct. 26 – Grant Park, Downtown, Old 4th Ward Day

Saturday, Oct. 27 – Buckhead, Brookhaven, Sandy Springs, Dunwoody Day

For more information about the third annual Atlanta Beer Week Oct. 20 through 27, visit

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Atlanta Beer Week has joined forces with UBER to offer attendees free rides throughout the week. Easy to use, UBER is a tech company that lets clients order town car service in the click of a button through their mobile app.  Cash is unnecessary, because UBER users credit cards gets charged automatically. Atlanta Beer Week attendees can take advantage of a maximum of four free rides throughout the week of up to $20 each between 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. To redeem the promotion, Atlanta Beer Week riders need to enter the code: NoDrinkingAndDriving. To sign up for UBER, visit