The brewery established its identity by applying cooperative ideals that focus on community, education and sustainability to everyday life.
What makes us stand out is our approach to community and relationships with our customers,” owner Nick Tanner said. “The beer is more than just a beverage, so we like to create an experience and opportunity for people to enjoy our product.”
Since its opening in 2012, Cherry Street has won more than 39 awards for its brewing style and creations.
“Winning awards like People’s Choice is the fun part of what we do,” Tanner said. “Brewing the beer itself is a hard and messy task, so when people get to vote on what their favorite beer is, it is fulfilling to the hard work and also a fun time.”
The beer that won the People’s Choice was a collaboration beer between Cherry Street and a store in Snellville called the Lincoln Fill Station.
The beer was a peanut butter stout with maple syrup, created by a cask. Cherry Street chose to use a cask because it is a unique English technique used to pour beer.
It will be hosting a Beer Fest on April 13 at Vickery Village Courtyard, 5755 South Vickery Street.
To learn more about Cherry Street Brewing, visit cherrystreetbrewing.com.