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This is what Atlanta’s New Realm Brewing will look like

New Realm Brewing Render

The name ‘Mitch Steele’ has been synonymous with California’s Stone Brewing for a long time. In 2016, he announced his departure.

If you were thinking his next stop would be another brewery California, you weren’t alone. Then, New Realm Brewing was announced in Atlanta, Georgia.

Steele, along with partners Bob Powers and Carey Falcone, are opening the brewpub (brewery) on Atlanta’s burgeoning Beltline this fall. Above is the first rendering of the new space.

New Realm Brewing will boast an industrial feel, with reclaimed hickory and railroad timbers. The space will seat 400, plus special event space for weddings and private parties.

The 20 barrel, 4-vessel Steinecker brewhouse will boast 20,000 barrels annually at maximum capacity. Besides draft, New Realm is planning to bottle and can as well.

Thanks to newly passed Georgia SB85 (that goes into effect on September 1st), New Realm Brewing will operate as a brewery, instead of a brewpub. This will allow them to both distribute their beer and sell to-go from their location. This license also means that consumers will only find New Realm beer on site – no other breweries, liquor or wine.

The construction of New Realm Brewing is being handled by Choate Construction. The brewery at 550 Somerset Terrace NE is expected to open in fall 2017.