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About Us


Greg and Tanya Beers


Tanya and Greg’s Beers have a vision. A specialty coffee house with a comfortable and relaxing environment to rest or meet-up during the day while enjoying a premium quality coffee or tea beverage, light meal, or grab-n-go healthy snack. Add in a good selection of games, safe areas to relax or meet will help foster the cozy, friendly atmosphere they’re looking to bring to Atlanta, TX.

Greg Beers, USN Retired, has long been a familiar face with the U.S. Postal Service’s Atlanta branch. He is extremely active in the trail running, and trail bike riding community and was responsible for building the Atlanta 10k trail located behind the local softball fields. Greg continues to maintain it on his own time as a service to the community.

Tanya Beers is also a familiar face in the community. Tanya attended school in the Atlanta School District, worked locally, and operated a successful home-based sole proprietorship cake pop and cupcake decorating business. Her clients have included the State of Texas Parks & Wildlife, Red River Army Depot, and a wide range of loyal customers in the surrounding areas of Daingerfield, Jefferson, Hughes Springs, Linden, and Atlanta.

Tanya assumes day-to-day operations in the coffeehouse. Having completed all programs offered at the Texas Coffee School, Dallas Tx, she ensures a superior quality beverage service and professionally run atmosphere as general manager.

Tanya and Greg invite you to join them in Atlanta’s newest experience destination.

We have committed a portion of our monthly sales in support of rare disease medical research.

In 2014 Tanya’s uncle was diagnosed with an ultra-rare neurological disorder that affects less than one in three million people worldwide. Superficial siderosis is often misidentified as Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, or Multiple System Atrophy. The effects of this disorder are profoundly disabling. There is no cure, and the neural damage is irreversible.

In 2018, during a trip to Washington DC to advocate for rare disease research, the Daniel’s met with Kyle Dempsey whose daughter also battles Superficial Siderosis. The Superficial Siderosis Research Alliance, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, was formed in 2019 to raise SS research funds, discover new therapies, and provide patient support.

The SSRA advocates and fundraises on behalf of a worldwide patient community from their home office based in Pewaukee, Wisconsin; the worldwide  Superficial Siderosis Patient Registry, Research Project administration, and web presence are all coordinated from Linden, Texas.

To learn more about Superficial Siderosis visit

To learn about the SSRA mission or to make a donation visit

All donations are tax-deductible