Wild Leap’s Atlanta taproom is celebrating its opening with a ticketed event on Sunday, February 26 from 1 to 7 p.m. Guests will enjoy an exclusive experience featuring one-day only beers, cocktails and slushies, live performances from a band and a DJ and each guest will receive a commemorative Wild Leap branded glass.
“We wanted to do something extra special to celebrate the opening of our new Atlanta taproom,” said co-founder, Rob Goldstein. “Wild Leap has spent years producing large festivals and events out of our LaGrange location, and we’re thrilled to bring that same passion to Atlanta on an even grander scale.”
Guests will have access to two full bars on both levels of the taproom, as well as access to the outdoor patios with fire pits and private cabanas. New and old Wild Leap fans will have the opportunity to explore all areas of the taproom while sipping on classics such as Chance IPA, Local Gold, and the Alpha Abstraction series in addition to one-day only exclusive beers to be announced soon. Additionally, guests can try specialty cocktails made with Wild Leap Craft Spirits such as a Cranberry Bourbon Margarita (Wild Leap Bourbon, lime juice, cranberry juice, orange juice, simple syrup) and Blackberry Sage Mule (Wild Leap Vodka, blackberries, lime juice, simple syrup, fresh sage) along with their wildly popular adult slushies with flavors including Caramel Apple and Wild Peach Sour.
Wild Leap Atlanta recently opened last month and encompasses a multi-level 15,340 square foot space as the first tenant open in the transformational 50-acre, $5 Billion Centennial Yards development in Downtown Atlanta. The award-winning craft beverage company brings its beloved beers, wine and spirits along with unique food offerings for all to enjoy.
Tickets are now on sale through the following link: wildleap.com/atlopening. A portion of the proceeds with benefit Giving Kitchen, a non-profit organization that provides emergency assistance to food service workers through financial support and a network of community resources.