Cobb County, Ga. – (February 6, 2020)

WHAT:  New in 2020, Bubbles & Brews is a month-long celebration of Cobb County’s local craft beverage makers. During the entire month of March, craft beverage enthusiasts can travel to 12 different breweries, distilleries, and meaderies around the county and sample each location’s unique beverages. ‘Brewpass’ passports will guide visitors to each location where they can collect stamps and return the brewpass to Cobb Travel & Tourism for special prizes.

The breweries, distilleries, and meaderies will host events throughout the month, with special Bubbles & Brews events that will feature fun activities and themed giveaways. Visitors will have the chance to vote online for their favorite best-sellers, special brews, and a variety of other categories.

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WHO:      Hosted by Cobb Travel & Tourism and sponsored by FireSide Natural Gas

WHEN:    March 1, 2020 through March 31, 2020. Dates and times of individual events will vary.

WHERE: Breweries, distilleries, and meaderies in Cobb County including:

  • Burnt Hickory Brewery (Kennesaw)
  • Dry County Brewing Company (Kennesaw)
  • Glover Park Brewery (Marietta)
  • Ironmonger Brewing Company (Marietta)
  • Lazy Guy Distillery (Kennesaw)
  • Red Hare Brewing Company (Marietta)
  • Reformation Brewery (Smryna)
  • Schoolhouse Brewing (Marietta)
  • Shezmu Cellars (Marietta)
  • Terrapin Taproom (Cumberland)
  • Treehorn Cider (Marietta)
  • Viking Alchemist Meadery (Marietta and Smryna)


Cobb Travel & Tourism is a 501(c)6 nonprofit organization, working to bring visitors to Cobb County. Cobb Travel & Tourism is the only organization positioned to market Cobb County and all of its assets as a 365-day destination. As the leading industry in Cobb County, tourism has significant economic impact. Tourism represents a $3.14 billion economic impact and supports more than 39,000 jobs. Tourism in Cobb County created $82.74 million in state tax revenues and generated $48.40 million for Cobb and its cities in tax revenues. Each Cobb household would need to be taxed an additional $478 per year to replace taxes generated by tourism activity.