Dining & Drink: Drowned Valley Brewing Co. of Cartersville buys Rome City Brewing’s original system; what’s next for the company.

Dining & Drink: Drowned Valley Brewing Co. of Cartersville buys Rome City Brewing’s original system; what’s next for the company.

 

Northwest Georgia could soon have its second craft beer option — this one in Cartersville — as the partners are taking steps to get a larger operation brewing.

Drowned Valley Brewing Co. has purchased some of the original brewing equipment from Rome City Brewing Co., including the four-barrel system that was in place at Brewhouse Music & Grill on Broad Street until the new, 10-barrel system was operational at 333 Broad St. Rome City Brewing Co. and the Tap Room are all under one roof at 333.

So what about Drowned Valley? We checked in with the owners on Tuesday and here’s what they  have to say:

“We love the guys over at RCBC and cant wait to one day do collaboration beers with them. Right now, there’s really not much we can share. We’ll reach back out in about 90-120 days when we have some better information to release. In the mean time, feel free to like our Facebook page and follow our progress.” (Click here to do just that).

The company was founded in 2016. It’s tagline: “We are award-winning home brewers working on opening a brewery in Cartersville, Ga. We are perfecting our beers while seeking startup capital.”

As for RCBC: Look for a tap takeover this Friday from 4 p.m. until midnight at The Foundry Growler Bar at Fifth Avenue and West Third. The Foundry is updating its kitchen and has some unique dining options all this week as well, including a low country boil on Saturday. Foundry

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