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7 Weekend Food Events In Atlanta


Roll It Up Ice Cream

Sat., Jan. 21, noon-11:59 p.m. Roll It Up Ice Cream grand open­ing Roll It Up Ice Cream cel­e­brates its grand open­ing with free Nitro Treats (while sup­plies last). Details

Arch­es Brew­ing

Sat., Jan. 21, 1–6 p.m. Five Week Sail lager release Get to know Five Week Sail, a Baltic porter with caramel and choco­late notes that first sur­faced in the Baltic region of Europe dur­ing the 18th cen­tu­ry. Five Week Sail fus­es the bold fla­vor of an Eng­lish porter with the rich­ness of a Russ­ian impe­r­i­al stout. Though it sounds more like a porter, Five Week Sail gets the lager seal of approval because cold fer­men­ta­tion was need­ed to pre­serve it dur­ing trans­port across the Baltic Sea. Details

Amer­i­can Spir­it Works

Sat., Jan. 21, 2–5 p.m. Apple Bran­uary mix-off Enjoy s’mores around ASW’s new fire pit. Sean Glea­son (Cape Dutch, Bil­tong Bar) and Nick Dol­by (Dou­ble Zero) whip up apple brandy cock­tails — guests vote on the win­ner. What’s more Amer­i­can than that? Tick­ets include a tour of the ASW dis­tillery. Details

5 Sea­sons Brew­ing Com­pa­ny — Sandy Springs

Sat., Jan. 21, 2:30–6 p.m. Atlanta cask ale tast­ing 5 Sea­sons taps about 50 cask-con­di­tioned ales from the U.K. and around the U.S. After knock­ing back a few sam­ples, vote for the People’s Choice win­ner. Beer judges will award the top ales. Tick­ets include a Mon­day Night Brew­ing sou­venir glass. Taco Mac and 5 Sea­sons will sell food onsite. Details


His­toric DeKalb Cour­t­house

Sun., Jan. 22, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Fer­men­ta­tion Fest Atl The inau­gur­al fes­ti­val illu­mi­nates a thriv­ing food move­ment that cel­e­brates liv­ing foods and bev­er­ages. The free fes­ti­val will fea­ture a DIY fer­men­ta­tion sta­tion, home­brew com­pe­ti­tion, and more. Details

Oste­ria Mat­tone

Sun., Jan. 22, 2–4 p.m. Win­ter wine tast­ing Oste­ria Mattone’s Som­me­li­er Daniel Per­nice will lead guests through a taste of his favorite win­ter wines, dis­cussing fla­vor pro­files and ide­al pair­ings. Guests will enjoy a vari­ety of wine plus chef’s selec­tion of salu­mi and for­mag­gi. Seat­ing is lim­it­ed. Details

Hole­man and Finch Pub­lic House

Sun., Jan. 22, 5–10 p.m. Hank Shaw deer din­ner Hank Shaw takes over the Hole­man & Finch kitchen for a game din­ner fea­tur­ing recipes from his 2016 release Buck Buck Moose. Tick­ets include a four-course din­ner and a signed copy of the cook­book. Reser­va­tions required. Details


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