(GWINNETT-METRO ATLANTA) December 30, 2020 – Kettlerock Brewing joined the Georgia Department of Economic Development and Partnership Gwinnett to announce the build-out of their new facility in Peachtree Corners, Georgia.  The announcement represents 10-new jobs for the community. The brewery is set to open in early 2021.

“At its heart, Kettlerock is about family,” said Kettlerock CEO, Dianna Peet. “We banded together to take this crazy idea from a dream to a reality and there is no one else we would rather do it with. Our family extends to the community around Peachtree Corners. Whether it’s a game night at the tap room or community service on the trails, anyone who comes through our doors is part of our extended family.”

Kettlerock won the Gwinnett Amazing Entrepreneur Contest in the Pre-Venture Category in 2019.

“Beer is the perfect combination of art and science, said Kettlerock Master Brewer, Sterling Peet. When I started out, I wanted to create beer that is unique and interesting. I enjoy having control over the options that impact the flavor profiles. We’re crafting our line of beers for variety to meet the palette of casual wanderers and adventuring beer enthusiasts alike.”

Kettlerock Brewing will be taking over the former Nemoe’s Tavern & Grill space. Construction on the 5,000 square foot space has begun and will feature a taproom, state-of-the-art brewhouse and back-of-house support.

“It’s a pleasure to welcome Kettlerock Brewing into our family of creative brewing industries in Georgia,” said Scott McMurray, deputy commissioner for Global Commerce at the Georgia Department of Economic Development. “I’m confident Kettlerock will find continued success in this vibrant area of metro Atlanta, and I thank our partners at Partnership Gwinnett for welcoming them into their community of diverse businesses and entrepreneurs.”

“Kettlerock Brewing has proven to be a true reflection of Gwinnett’s entrepreneurial spirit,” said Gwinnett County Commission Chair, Charlotte Nash. “From winning the Amazing Entrepreneur Contest to now, they have worked hard to bring their dream to reality, and we are excited to see their transformation within Gwinnet County.”

“We are delighted to welcome Stephen and Dianna Peet and Kettlerock Brewing to the Peachtree Corners business community,” said City Manager Brian Johnson. “The Peets are long-time residents and their new brewery will be a great addition to our city. We wish them great success with their new business.”

Director of Business Retention and Expansion, Deven Cason represented Partnership Gwinnett in conjunction with the Georgia Department of Economic Development on the project and supported Kettlerock Brewing on finding their first commercial location.

“We have enjoyed creating a strong partnership with Kettlerock Brewing and are excited to introduce them to the Peachtree Corners and Georgia community,” said Cason. “This will be a great location for them, and we are excited to see their buildout transform.”

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About Kettlerock Brewing

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About Partnership Gwinnett
Partnership Gwinnett is a public-private initiative dedicated to bringing new jobs and capital investment to Gwinnett County, Georgia. Since 2006, Partnership Gwinnett has worked with its local partners to attract and retain jobs, cultivate capital investment, support educational institutions, foster workforce development, and contribute to the exceptional quality of life found in Gwinnett. Fueled by the support of over one hundred companies, municipalities, Gwinnett County, K-12 and higher education systems, the mission of Partnership Gwinnett is to strengthen the community’s diverse economy to compete in the global marketplace and position Gwinnett as the premiere place to live, work and play.

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