Family-Friendly Breweries In and Around Atlanta

The weather is warming up and we are tracking down some family-friendly breweries to hang out where everyone in the family can enjoy the atmosphere and have a good time. 

Family-Friendly Breweries In and Around AtlantaMany breweries in the area are family owned and therefore some of them have entertainment and activities for all ages as well as a variety of beverages. The non-alcoholic options may even surprise you! You can find our comprehensive guide of all breweries around Atlanta here.

Below is a list of some of the most family-friendly breweries in the Atlanta area.

Round Trip Brewing 

1279 Seaboard Industrial Blvd. NW, Atlanta, 30318

At Round Trip, you can sample a variety of German-inspired brews. Other beverages they offer include water, kombucha, and other select craft sodas which are sold bottled or canned. Children, as long as they are supervised, are welcome to play in the turf area and playscape at the brewery. This makes Round Trip an optimal mention on our list of family-friendly breweries. If you’re looking to catch some rays and some conversation over a variety of different beverages while the kiddos burn their energy on the playground think Round Trip. Food trucks can also be found at the brewery or you may order Johnny’s Pizza to be delivered to your spot in the Biergarten.

Reformation Brewery (Woodstock & Smyrna)

Reformation (Smyrna) at Riverview Landing – 6255 Riverview Rd. Bldg. 4000, Suite 200 Smyrna, 30126 –

My family and I love this spot. Right now it is still Smyrna’s best-kept secret. Sitting adjacent to the Chattahoochee River and Riverview Landing Park you will find Reformation Brewery’s Smyrna location. Grand Champion BBQ is next door for any food needs. What I love most about the area is the space where the kiddos can run and play. My kiddos can spend hours tossing rocks into the river. Make a day of it by bringing a picnic, blanket, and even some lawn games to enjoy with the kids. If coffee is more your style Chattahoochee Coffee Company is also located in the leasing office of the development.

Family-Friendly breweries in and around Atlanta

Reformation (Woodstock) – 105 Elm St., Woodstock, 30188

Right in the heart of downtown Woodstock, you will find Reformation Brewery’s original location. Sitting close to the local playground, you can grab a beverage and supervise your kiddos on the playscape while sipping craft brews. There are many other restaurants and coffee shops in the area to enjoy as well!

Tucker Brewing Company

2003 South Bibb Drive, Tucker, 30084

Tucker Brewing hosts a beer garden with a large turf play area complete with lawn games. Perfect for days you want to stop by and let the kids run around while you catch up with friends. On top of a variety of beer other beverages offered are Coca-Cola products and organic juice boxes for the kids. They have a variety of events from cornhole tournaments to trivia and live music every Friday and Saturday.

Dr. Scofflaw’s Brewing at The Works 

214 Chattahoochee Row, Atlanta, 30318

The Work’s itself is something to behold. You can check out more information on The Works in our post about Atlanta area Food Halls. Dr. Scofflaw mostly focuses on IPAs. Here you can grab almost any type of cuisine you desire and a brew from Scofflaw to enjoy while the kids romp around the playscape area. Don’t forget to treat the kiddos to some ice cream in the food hall from Morelli’s Ice Cream!

Stillfire Brewing in Suwanee (and soon, Smyrna!)

343 US-23, Suwanee, 30024

Stillfire sits right next to City Hall Park which makes it a great place to grab a beverage with friends and let the kids explore the lawn area and playground. Stillfire has a food truck scheduled to come every day of operation. You can find the schedule on their website. Aside from award-winning brews, you can also enjoy homemade root beer, soft drinks, nitro coffee, craft beverages, and kid-friendly juice boxes. Stillfire is about to break ground on their next location in Smyrna, GA!

Cultivation Brewery in Norcross

650 Langford Dr., Norcross, 30071

This Family owned brewery is right in the heart of downtown Norcross. A large fenced-in turf area surrounds the brewery to keep the kids from straying too far but enough space to let them run and play lawn games. Cultivation hosts a variety of food trucks on the weekend and often has live music as well! Another great brewery for enjoying the company of friends and family while the kids burn some energy.

Monday Night Brewing (Garage)

933 Lee St. SW, Atlanta, 30310

Sitting right on the Beltline this is the perfect place to pause and enjoy a crisp brew after exploring everything the Atlanta Beltline has to offer. Monday Night has some entertainment for children as well as kid-sized tables for resting after the walk. Monday Night Garage has a variety of delicious beer as well as sodas for those who are abstaining.

Have we missed any family-friendly breweries in your area? Comment below!

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Kelly VanBeek
Kelly is a metro-Atlanta native, self proclaimed free spirit and stay-at-home-mom to a mischievous 5-year-old and spirited 8-year-old. When she is not chasing her kiddos through Walt Disney World, you can find her running on a trail, scoping out local markets, cheering on the Atlanta Braves and Georgia Tech football, reading romance novels, writing poetry, listening to Taylor Swift and sipping iced coffee. She lives with her husband of 13 years, her two daughters, and their Boxer-mix named Captain Jack.