Thursday, March 28, 2013
Back by popular demand, Ale Yeah! will host its second craft beer tasting at the historic home on April 12.
Local history will meet what's current in beer when Roswell's Ale Yeah! hosts a tasting at Southern Trilogy home, Barrington Hall, on April 12. Several types of beers will be available for sampling, along with hors d'ouevres at the local merchant's second tasting event, according to the city website. But if you want to go, you better make your reservations now: the response was so overwhelming for the first tasting, people had to be turned away. To handle the crowd this time organizers will hold two sessions, Friday, April 12. The cost of admission is $20 for either session, but advance reservations are required. Call 770-992-2246 for more information or to reserve your spot.
Monday, August 6, 2012
The South Atlanta Street craft beer store is now open.
One store just wasn't enough for Ale Yeah! owner Eddie Holley, who opened a Roswell location as well on Aug. 1. Already having established a following in Decatur, the market hopes to draw north metro residents with the new location in Roswell. Roswell Mayor Jere Wood, several city council members and the Roswell Business Alliance were on hand to cut the ribbon and welcome Holley's new store to the city. Ale Yeah's Roswell store is located at 408 South Atlanta Street, #157. They are open Tuesday – Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday – Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 12:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. They are closed on Monday. Visit them online or call the Roswell store at 770-992-2246.
Friday, June 1, 2012
The craft beer market will open on South Atlanta street during mid-July.
The craft-beer haven Ale Yeah! is opening a second location in Roswell this summer, according to Creative Loafing. The store - a craft beer market serving ales and lagers from around the world - has had a location for under two years in Decatur, but is set to expand and conquer Roswell as well, come mid-July, the magazine reports. The store will be located at 408 South Atlanta Street in Roswell. For a Q & A with Ale Yeah! owner, Eddie Holley, check out the Creative Loafing article.