We headed to Georgia to visit one of my best friends and her beautiful, growing family. While we were there, we made sure to do some “research.” We went to dinner at The Cannon, a local brewpub. The food was excellent, the beers were just okay. We ordered a flight so we could try them all and was surprised when it arrived at the table. The small tasting glasses were only about a quarter full. Aside from the beers, the food and atmosphere were both excellent!
After dinner, we wandered over to a local beer shop, Maltitude.
The space was eclectic and right up my style! Barn wood, crates and fun tables and displays lined the walls.
Bob picked up a few beers local to the area that we can’t get at home in Western New York.
Three Taverns Hoplicity, Terrapin Hopsecutioner, Red Hare Sticky Stout
and lastly Sweet Water IPA. The votes are in (all from Bob), and Hoplicity was the favorite!
While we were visiting, we hiked Pine Mountain and visited some of the antique shops in the area. I am always on the hunt for a treasure, but was limited to the size of my carry on for this trip. One shop we went to in particular wasn’t an antique shop, but their displays were beautiful, made from old pieces.
They also had some fun repurposed pieces for sale like these states made from old pieces of metal!
I did manage to find one treasure that would fit into my carry on though! A set of old, silver plated forks. Perfect for a future metal stamping project!
Until the next adventure!