TUCKER, GA – Ryan Chapman, a young entrepreneur and native of Sandy Springs, Georgia, is working to open Tucker Brewing Company in the Spring of 2018. Situated at 2003 South Bibb Dr., a short drive down the street from Main Street, Tucker, the old warehouse is being transformed to feature a brand-new production brewery, Tasting Room, and the largest Beer Garden in Georgia with 6,500 square feet of space.
Founder, Ryan Chapman, is no stranger to business, having worked to grow the family’s building products company started by his father 19 years ago, and is excited to get into the beer industry. “I guess you could say I got an early start in the brewing game,” says Ryan. “After living in Germany as an exchange student during high school, my dad and I started attending local brew club meetings and brewing beer in our basement.” He decided to start Tucker Brewing to join his passions for beer and German culture, having also returned to Germany to study abroad during college.
The brewery plans to start production with a German Pilsner, Hefeweizen, and Red Lager keeping in line with their slogan of, “German-style beers, Southern roots.”
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