Burnt Hickory Brewery pauses operations, closes taproom ‘indefinitely’

Burnt Hickory Brewery beers at the Southern Museum in Kennesaw, Georgia. (Photo by Todd DeFeo/The DeFeo Groupe)

Kennesaw, Georgia’s Burnt Hickory Brewery plans to pause its operations and close its taproom “indefinitely” today.

The brewery, founded in 2012, plans to find a new location to open at a later time.

“This was not an easy choice to make, as we love our community and have been so thankful to serve you great craft beer for over 10 years,” the company said in a social media post. “We, as the Burnt Hickory Brewery family and team are so grateful for all the love & support that we have received from everyone.

“However, the craft beer industry has changed and grown drastically, and Burnt Hickory must grow right along with the industry. We believe that our focus needs to be on our community and on our taproom,” the company added. “Namely, we will be taking our time to focus on locking down a new location that provides our customers with a top-tier space to enjoy Burnt Hickory beer that it deserves to be served in.”

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