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Horse Trailer Transformed to Unique Mobile Beverage and Bar Cart

When is a horse trailer NOT a horse trailer? When it is a beautiful and fun mobile bar rental service! This is not your average Georgia horse trailer – no siree! It’s an impressive, glossy black trailer retro-fitted as a beverage bar that will enhance all kinds of your celebrations.

Brandon and Ashley Lavender are the proud owners/operators of Thoroughbrewed, the newest coffee and drink bar out of Carrollton. Customers hire them to show up at their special events — birthday parties, proms, wedding receptions, and more, where the Lavenders serve beverages of choice, including coffee, hot chocolate, beer, and wine, to name a few. You provide your own alcohol should you want to serve it. Open only since January of this year, Thoroughbrewed is already recognized and loved around Carroll, Coweta, and surrounding areas.

“My inspiration was my grandmother, Patricia, who passed away suddenly from cancer 18 months ago. She was an event planner back in the day, and loved to always be the host. Our trailer is nicknamed Patty after her,” Ashley shared.

Ashley is so grateful to all who helped her make her dream a reality in her hometown of Carrollton, The City of Dreams. “My love and thanks go first to my wonderfully supportive husband,” she said, “and then to a whole host of friends, family, and fellow small business owners. You know who you are! Last, but not least, I thank God for his guidance and provision.”

For more information or to reserve a date, visit their website at www.thoroughbrewed.net

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Sue Davis is a local freelance writer whose work can be seen in any COWETA Magazine issue over the last three years. She is the author of Lilly and Billy Visit the Farm, a picture book based on the history of Newnan, and she is published in two anthologies of short stories and various web-based content. Her interests include oil painting, reading, and baking “herbaceous” bread. Sue lives with her husband Larry and rescued golden retriever, Mariah, near historic downtown Newnan.