Vote for The Atlanta Beer Boutique!

***THREE DAYS LEFT TO VOTE***

The ultimate goal of The Atlanta Beer Boutique is to become a brick-and-mortar location that offers a wide selection of beer and other ‘stuff’ (like glassware and books) to the full range of Atlanta’s beer culture. An adjacent space will host tastings, workshops, parties and homebrew classes and will be open to the community.
It’s a grand dream! And of course, it’s going to take a fair amount of funding.

We Need Your Help!

Help Jen earn the opportunity to pitch The Atlanta Beer Boutique at the #EnrichHER Business Competition! CLICK HERE TO VOTE!
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1: Click my photo (the 1st photo – top left)
2: Hit “Continue” at the bottom of the page
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Voting ends on April 6th.

Winners of the contest will have the opportunity to pitch their business to a panel and to be awarded start up capital. Angels like you (and investors) make the difference for small businesses like this one.

Thanks in Advance for Your Support.

#Cheers!

Beer and Fitness: The New Happy Hour with Markeita

Beer in Exchange for Exercise? Deal!

Events pairing beer and exercise have become increasingly popular around the country. It’s a fun way to feel the burn and grab a pint at the same time. Whether you want to hit the mat and relax or lace up your sneakers for some fresh air, there are plenty of events and groups to choose from here in Atlanta. So, grab a friend or make a new one and check out this new fitness trend.

Become a Beer Yogi.

Beer yoga is by far the most popular in the beer fitness trends. There are several yoga studios that host monthly events.  Sacred Thread hosts Yoga on Tap (my personal favorite) at various breweries across the city and The Georgia Beer Garden hosts Yoga and Beer with Jen every third Thursday of the month. Both events have an admission fee that include a 60 minute yoga practice for all levels followed by a beer tasting.

Join a Run Group.

Those that prefer to pound the pavement might enjoy a running group. Social running groups like Running for Brew Buckhead meets for a weekly 5K and a stop afterwards for beer at a neighborhood bar. Running for Brews has numerous groups around the country; the list can be found on the website. If you’re looking for a little more fun, the Brew Mile is a yearly event sponsored by Beer Fit Running Series. The race includes a beer every quarter mile and ends with two post-race brews along with other goodies. Cities and dates are listed on the website.

Do you know of other beer + fitness opportunities in metro Atlanta? Leave us a comment below!

Cheers and Happy Sweating!


Guest Blogger: Markeita from Beer. Laugh. Love.

A Little Info: Dog mom || Beer enthusiast || Founder of beerlaughlove.com || Co-founder of Liquor Infused Confections

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The Atlanta Beer Boutique has enlisted the services of a few guest bloggers. Most posts will be about beer, but expect to also read some brew-less content over the next few months.  The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of The Atlanta Beer Boutique.

Interested in being a Guest Blogger? To get started, please complete this Google form or email me at atlantabeerboutique@gmail.com.

Be My Guest [Blogger]!

Things have gotten quite busy in my world of beer!  While still planning to open the brick and mortar shop, I’m also working to publish a beer book that breaks down beer to my lady friends, The Chick’s Guide to Beer.  With the book will come a full launch and roll out throughout metro Atlanta and the southeast between now and the end of 2017. I’m going to need some assistance!

To help me maintain the monthly blog presence while I focus on these projects, I’ve enlisted the services of a few guest bloggers. Most posts will be about beer, but expect to also read some brew-less content over the next few months.

Since we’re on the topic, if you’re a blogger or someone who enjoys writing in general, I hope you’ll also consider the invitation. There are just a few rules:

  • Keep it clean – no vulgarity or profanity
  • Keep it bipartisan – please, no politics!
  • Keep it original – your unique work is appreciated.
  • Keep it readable – no more than 1500 words or a 6 minute read.
  • Keep it timely – your recycled content is welcome, as long as it’s still timely.

Of course, ABB reserves the right to refuse content for any reason and as a reminder, guest bloggers will not be compensated. To get started, please complete this Google form: https://goo.gl/forms/sMx7PCQNFWoTENUR2 or feel free to email me at atlantabeerboutique@gmail.com if you have any questions.

Thanks in advance for helping me keep this ship afloat! Cheers!