Frequently asked questions
Q: Are children allowed at the brewery?
A: Yes, we are a family-friendly brewery. Children under 18 may be accompanied by an adult for our educational tours. Of course, you must be 21 in order to consume beer.
Q: Are dogs allowed?
A: Yes, well-behaved dogs on a leash are always welcome. If your dog is uncomfortable with large crowds, other dogs, or loud noises, we recommend leaving them at home. If they do cause a disturbance, you may be asked to take your dog outside or leave. Dogs are not allowed on the extended guided tours.
Q: If I do not drink beer can I still come in?
A: Yes, guests that do not drink are more than welcome. In addition to beer we offer locally crafted sodas, fresh squeezed juice, and filtered water.
Q: Can I bring in outside alcohol?
A: No, it is illegal to have outside alcohol brought onsite at Creature Comforts Brewing Company. Under no circumstances can any outside alcoholic substances be brought from another location onto the CCBC premises.
Q: Are there any gluten-free options available?
A: At this time, we do not have any gluten-free beer options. We do have locally made sodas, fresh squeezed juice, and delicious, filtered water available.
Q: Do I need a reservation?
A: No reservation is required for CCBC educational tours or tastings.
Q: What are your weekend hours?
A: CCBC is open from 5-10 pm on Friday and from 1-6 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Changes in hours will be announced on all our social media accounts and website accordingly.
Q: Can I buy beer at your establishment?
A: Yes, as of September 1, 2017 breweries in Georgia can legally sell beer. 288 ounces per person per day can legally be purchased to-go from the brewery. Please check our website’s “Tasting Room” tab for information regarding limits on specific brands.
Q: Can I buy a keg of beer at your establishment?
A: No, we are not legally allowed to sell kegs from the brewery at this time. The most we can sell to-go is 288 ounces per person per day.
Q: Where can I buy your beer?
A: Currently our beer is in the Athens and Atlanta markets. We advise reaching out to your local package stores, bottle shops, grocery stores, bars, restaurants, and gas stations to inquire about availability of our beer.
Q: Do you sell food?
A: We do not sell food at CCBC, however, we do frequently host food trucks and pop-ups by local food vendors in our parking lot from which you can purchase food items.
Q: Can I bring my own food to the brewery?
A: Yes, you can bring food to Creature Comforts. We just ask that you eat it in our outdoor area and kindly clean up after yourself.
Q: Do you rent out the space for private events?
A: Yes, however, CCBC is first and foremost a full production brewery, and we do not rent the brewery during normal tasting room or production hours. We can rent the space Sundays after 7 pm and Mondays after 5 pm. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Q: Do you offer anything special for birthdays?
A: We do not have any birthday specials at this time.
Q: Are people under the age of 21 allowed in?
A: Yes, guests under the age of 21 are allowed in for educational tours, but under no circumstances may a person who is under the legal drinking age of 21 be permitted to consume alcoholic beverages on the property of CCBC.
Q: Why is it difficult to find your beer in Atlanta?
A: We are in the process of building a second facility in Athens that will greatly increase our production capacity and help us supply the demand in Atlanta. We are brewing at full capacity and are doing everything we can to meet the demand in the large Atlanta market.
Q: I don’t live in Georgia - can I purchase beer to be shipped to me from your establishment?
A: No, we cannot legally sell and ship beer.
Q: Can you donate beer for my event?
A: No, we cannot legally donate beer.
Q: Can you sponsor my event?
A: If your event is more than 90 days away, please feel free to email email@example.com with full details of the sponsorship request.
Q: I collect craft beer-related items. Can you send me bottles, labels or cans?
A: No, we do not send bottles, labels, or cans to collectors at this time.
Q: Are you hiring?
A: We put job postings on our social media accounts and website under our “Careers” section as positions become available.
Q: Do I have to wear closed-toed shoes?
A: If you would like an extended, educational tour through the back-area production facility, please plan on wearing close-toed shoes.
Q: Can I come by to chat or meet with someone in your offices without an appointment?
A: All solicitors or guests must have a scheduled appointment prior to meeting with our staff. Solicitors who arrive without doing so will be asked to make an appointment. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to try to schedule an appointment.
Q: I don’t live in Athens or Atlanta, where can I get your beer? Will you be opening up new markets in Georgia soon?
A: Our beer is currently available only in Athens and Atlanta. We have no plans to extend our distribution beyond those two cities at this time, but certainly hope to have the capacity to do so in the future.
Q: Is CCBC wheelchair accessible?
A: Yes, the tasting room, restrooms, and outdoor area are all wheelchair accessible. Please feel free to email us at email@example.com or call ahead at 706-410-1043 to make parking arrangements.
Q: Does the brewery allow groups to come in?
A: Yes, we can accommodate for large groups in our tasting room during hours we are open to the public. Please call ahead at 706-410-1043 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know about your group visit.
Q: Is there parking available at the brewery?
A: No, our parking lot is reserved for employees only. There is downtown parking available in the parking decks located on W Washington Street and College Avenue as well as metered street spots.
Q: What do I do if I have a quality concern about one of your beers?
A: We have a dedicated team with a focus on quality and want to hear anything and everything that we can to quickly identify and address any potential concerns. Should there be a concern, individuals are encouraged to utilize email@example.com to directly communicate with our quality team.