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Abbey of the Holy Goats Brewery

Work 4000 Northfield Way Suite 800 Roswell Georgia 30076 Work Phone: 470-282-1444 Website:
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Biographical Info

Abbey of the Holy Goats is a small-scale craft brewery. The first female-owned Brewery in Georgia, founder Kathy Davis decided to either start a goat farm in some remote wilderness or pursue her passion of producing her award-winning Belgian-style beers for the public. The brewery won out, and Abbey of the Holy Goats was born. The Abbey produces beers designed for perfect food pairing. Davis said the name, Abbey of the Holy Goats, encompasses many of her interests in life. The name comes from my interest in abbeys as far as living in them, the beer styles, and the goats come from my love of goats. And, of course, it’s also a play on the words ‘holy ghost.’ The monastic lifestyle is still something that really interests me. No matter what religion you follow, it’s always a wonderful thing to endeavor towards.


Open to the public for ages 21 & up, Abbey of the Holy Goats serves beer by the glass & flights, just like a bar.  In addition, guests are able to take up to a case of beer home with them.


Taproom Hours
Wednesday – Friday from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Saturday from 2 p.m. – 9 p.m.

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Updated 2 weeks ago.