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Craft Beer & Coffee Tasting Lounge on the Historic Fayetteville Square.

Gremlin Growlers

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About Us.

The Southside of Atlanta has been a craft beer and coffee wasteland for the past couple of decades. In the past ten years, we have forged a path of flavor for independent craft beverages south of Atlanta. Now, with the help of our Lead Roaster & Store Manager Heather Lowe Gresham, we endeavor to forever change your perception of coffee and beer, guiding you to a new frontier of flavor.
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Our Events.

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Shop the Brews.

Whether alcoholic or caffeinated, we aim to provide hand-crafted coffee and beer that is simply the best. Shop our collection below. (Online Store Coming Soon)
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Our Story.

Gremlin Growlers is owned and operated by Glenn Gresham and his wife, Heather Lowe Gresham. Glenn Gresham founded Gremlin Growlers in 2012. After being captivated by the grass roots spirit focus on quality of the craft beer movement,
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Our History.

Many of the buildings on Fayetteville’s historic square, including the one which houses Gremlin Growlers today, date back to the 1890s. Since then, the storefront to the northwest of the courthouse has housed a variety of businesses, until we moved from Peachtree City to the Fayetteville square in February of 2017.
At the beginning of the 1900s, R.E.L. Fife (the same Fife of the Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House behind Gremlin Growlers) ran a mercantile store in the storefronts that now house us and our business neighbor, Rene Victor Bidez Photography. The mercantile also featured a millinery shop by Miss Beauty Griggs, selling women’s hats. Later, Fife sold the storefronts to K.W. McElwaney, Sr. who operated a grocery store, furniture store, and hardware store. His son, K.W. McElwaney, Jr. continued his father’s legacy, running a grocery store in the same location. In the 1930s, the townsfolk would occasionally stretch a sheet across Glynn Street (which was a dirt road up until the 1950s) to show movies. The benches out front of McElwaney’s were locally referred to as the “Buzzard’s Roost,” where local men would gather after work before heading home for the day - a legacy we continue to honor.

Contact Us

We don't have a phone number - too busy creating incredible beverages for our friends. Send us an email or come by the shop with any questions.
Our Shop
101 Glynn St S, Fayetteville, GA 30214
Our Hours
Tuesday-Thursday | 11 AM-9 PM Friday & Saturday | 11 AM - 10 PM Sunday | 12:30 PM - 8 PM