097: The Making of Gilly Brew Bar in Stone Mountain, GA with Daniel Brown


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Daniel Brown is the owner of Gilly Brew Bar in Stone Mountain, GA, with a second location opening soon in the Castleberry Hill neighborhood of Atlanta.

If you’ve heard of Gilly, there’s a chance you might think of it as "that coffee shop in the Mayor’s House in Stone Mountain, GA."

But as Daniel explains in this video, Gilly is not a coffee shop.

Today, you’re going to hear Daniel talk about:

  • How he came to own The Mayor's House, built by slaves for the first mayor of Stone Mountain Andrew Johnson
  • Where the name Gilly comes from
  • How Gilly is actually helping reshape Stone Mountain's negative (racist) reputation
  • The creative vision behind Gilly’s signature seasonal collections
  • How he uses social content to spread positivity, light, and generate community

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Gilly Brew Bar5329 Mimosa Dr.Stone Mountain, GA 30083

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