In two years, Wrecking Bar Brewpub has created more than 120 different beers. That's 1.15 new beers every week. The Inman Park brewpub offers up a wood-aged brew every Wednesday, a cask selection every Friday, and a rotating tap lineup of 10-15 fantastic and stylistically varied beers, all made in-house by owner and head brewer Bob Sandage. The bracing, resinous Hop Noggin Imperial IPA and the big-dark-and-boozy Siberius Maximus Russian Imperial Stout are standouts. And judging by early tastes at the brewpub's recent two-year anniversary, Wrecking Bar's upcoming Flanders Red will be a welcome addition to a Georgia market all but completely lacking in sour beers. The establishment recently expanded to include a beer garden, and has started distributing to select bars and retail shops in Atlanta, Athens, and Savannah, which means you can enjoy the beers with a meal or from a growler on your couch. The brewpub's frequently praised cocktail program and revamped menu - courtesy of former Farm Burger chef Terry Koval - has elevated Wrecking Bar to household-name status.