Award-winning brewery set to open a brewpub in Forsyth County

A flight of beer at Cherry Street Taproom.

The Cumming brewery that won the 2017 U.S. Open Beer Championship is opening a second space in Forsyth County.

Cherry Street Brewing will open a nearly 8,000-square-foot brewpub and beer garden in mixed-use development Halcyon.

The spot will serve a menu of seasonal, upscale pub food. The beer selection will include 16 existing Cherry Street beers, as well as a brew specifically made for the Halcyon location.  The open-air beer garden will feature communal tables, bar space and a stage for special events.

Founded by siblings Nick and Alisa Tanner — whose father is Rick Tanner of the eponymous Cumming restaurant – -Cherry Street Taproom and Cherry Street Brewing Co-Op opened in Cumming’s Vickery Village several years ago. The brewery took home three gold, one silver and two bronze medals at this year’s U.S. Open Beer Championship.

Located  at 5490 McGinnis Village Place on the border of Alpharetta, Halcyon is set to open in 2018 and will also include 500,000 square feet of retail and office space, a dine-in movie theater, two hotels, 690 residential units and 50 acres of green space.

Other announced tenants include Gu’s Dumplings, Mexican street food joint Tocayo, Kilwin’s Chocolate, Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee Company, Butcher & Brew and Never Enough Tyme.

 

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