Six Reason to Give Torched Hop Brewing Co. A Go
Torched Hop Brewing Company is a gastropub in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood of Atlanta that offers in-house brewed beer alongside many other regional favorites. The American menu boasts options to satisfy both carnivores and plant-based diets. Here's 6 reasons why you should consider giving Torched Hop a try this football season.
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1) They have Vegan + Vegetarian options that include:
Local Summer Squash [V]
Compress Granny Smith Apple Salad (all of their salads can be made vegan)
Smoked Tofu BLT
Many of their other small plates
2) The large space entertains with TVs to watch your fave team's game, or you can engage in games like giant Jenga, UNO, + bocce ball.
Bianca is a lifestyle, travel, and well-being blogger living in Atlanta, GA. When she's not exploring an LGBTQ-welcoming city, you can catch her in the kitchen creating vegan versions of classic dishes or getting to know a local at a neighborhood bar. She's a hot toddy tea sippin, yoga and skin obsessed adventurer who cherishes her self-care.
3) Beer Flights. With 20 possible rotating taps, the brewery keeps ~10 House Brews on tap every single day.
Get adventurous and choose 4-4oz House Drafts to make yourself at home. The Crafts on Draft wall has a wide range of beers to keep things interesting. If you play your cards right by throwing in some high gravity beers + following it up with an infused shot, you'll leave with a grin. Speaking of shots...
4) Infused spirits that are NOT all vodka based.
Enhance your taste buds with creative infusions made with your spirit of choice. They had infusions with tequila, rum, gin, bourbon, or vodka. I'm a bourbon girl 75% of the time, so I had to try the Grown Up Cinnamon Bourbon. It didn't make me want to gag like Fireball, so I would definitely try the others.
5) They are open late-ish.
"I come alive in the night time". It's a necessity to know where to get good eats after 11 that doesn't involve a diner, and Torched Hop stays open until 1A on Fridays + Saturdays.
6) Well-designed bar.
While not a large bar area, it provided plenty of space to unwind with colleagues for a quick happy hour. The best part is that they have a dedicated roped-off area to walk up and order drinks. No more personal space illiterate people hovering over your back to hopefully catch the bartender's attention.
Still not convinced? With cocktails <$10, you can't lose by giving it at least one chance. To sweeten the deal, they even offer Burger Monday, Stein Tuesday, and Wing Wednesday.
P.S. They sell and will fill growlers with government warning labels to enjoy their tasty beer at home!
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