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Wrecking Barn Brewery Gets Green Light

One of the southeast’s most well known brewpubs, Wrecking Bar, should soon receive rezoningĀ approval by the Gwinnett County Planning Commission.

Owner Bob Sandage requested the rezone on a 7 acre property in Loganville, Georgia (Gwinnett County) to build a craft brewery with a farming aspect. The farm brewery will produce beer onsite, as well as produce for the Atlanta location in the Little Five Points area of the city.

A previous discussion Beer Street Journal had with Sandage in November, Wrecking Bar’s total output after the farm brewery build could reach 15,000 – 20,000 barrels (620,000 gallons) annually. However, that’s a few years down the road. Demand is already quite high for the near 5,000 barrels produced at the brewpub.

Wrecking Barn Brewery will be located onĀ 4500 block of Brushy Fork Road, according to the zoning request.

Wrecking Bar opened their current location in June, 2011.

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