Alpharetta to get Crafty Draught’s 2nd Ga store

Caleb J. Spivakretail4 Comments

Crafty Draught Alpharetta

Retailer of craft beer to-go secures space in Village at Park Bridge shopping center.

Crafty Draught has signed a lease for a 1,400-square-foot space in Village at Park Bridge shopping center in Alpharetta, Ga., according to a press release Friday.

Crafty Draught is a craft beer provider which pours tab brews in growlers to-go.

This will be Crafty Draught’s second location in Georgia and is expected to open by May 2013, according to the release.

Village at Park Bridge is located near the intersection of Old Milton Parkway and Kimball Bridge Road at 4180 Old Milton Pkwy.

Co-Tenants tenants include, Starbucks, Jimmy John’s, Red Bandanna, and Shane’s Rib Shack.

Adrienne Crawford and Lily H. Heimburger with SRS Real Estate Partners represented Crafty Draught in this transaction.

Photo courtesy of Robyn Guy Photography.

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Caleb J. SpivakAlpharetta to get Crafty Draught’s 2nd Ga store

4 Comments on “Alpharetta to get Crafty Draught’s 2nd Ga store”

  1. micky

    Crafty Draught was one of the first few in the state. And I didn’t see anyone asking for your opinion…..

  2. Harry

    Hey Micky, you’re not so fine, not so fine, you blow my mind, hey Micky.

    Crafty Draught opened about a year ago. Hop City, 2009. Ale Yeah, 2010. But it’s ok, it takes time for things to make their way out to the exurbs. In in terms of quality, quantity, and support of our beer community here in Atlanta, I stand by my prior comment.

    The nerve of me to state an opinion in a section titled ‘comments’ tsk, tsk.

  3. Dan

    There are plenty of Growler Shops out there! Most of them work together doesn’t matter who it is. Obviously you don’t go outside the perimeter Harry because there are many more. Not everyone drives down to Atlanta to fill up. But I do believe that Crafty Draught Opened last January and the two owners actually lobbied with Forsyth County for 8 months to change the law. Either way Craft beer is a Community of people who love the same thing, BEER!

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