Located in Historic Norcross
Cultivating a community
BEER IN THE MAKING
Stay A While
Cultivating community one pour at a time…
It all started with Britt, Tate, and Paul’s love of craft beer along with establishing and developing deep roots in the historically rich area of Norcross, Georgia. This dream cultivated from Britt and Paul’s landscaping business of many years. From this transition, they wanted the brewery to be a nod to growing and cultivating something from the ground up. They have planted the seed of their passions into a place for new memories and connections to be made all while enjoying unique, quality-craft recipes. Cultivation is a word that honors the process and the details of developing this establishment we call home. It is about how we aim to create and nurture relationships with each person that steps through the door, to cultivating our finest craft—beer.
Always fresh, always local, always innovative.
Join us now on Tuesday evenings with discounted brews served by one of the owners behind the bar. This night is perfect for you industry folk and for community nearby wanting an extra night out! Community has been everything to us since day one, so we wanted to designate a night just for that. We thank you for making this place what it is.
Muscadine Sour, Bottle Release Party!
In 1929, Reps Miller moved to an 80 acre spread along a high point of the Eastern Continental Divide just North of Norcross proper. His daughter Martha and her husband Col. John Adams often visited this piece
of land. Shortly thereafter, they cultivated a vineyard with muscadine and scuperdine vines. After Col.
Adams retired from years of service in the Army Air Corps, he spent numerous days tending to the land. During harvest season, Martha welcomed the community to pick grapes, selling them by the basket. The home still stands today as a real estate office on Reps Miller Road. The community of this neighborhood
continues to maintain and nurture the vines with a harvest each Fall. Cultivation is honored to be a part of
the Fall harvest for the second consecutive year.
From collaborating with a local brewery to partnering with a local, pollinator habitat, we have enjoyed growing with the local community — cultivating roots in this rich area of Historic Norcross