The construction of a new brew pub along the Beltline backed by Mitch Steele, formerly of Stone Brewing in Escondido, Calif., is “hopping along” the company said.
Representatives for the company said New Realm Brewing should open this fall at 550 Somerset Terrace NE. Steel’s business partners are partners Carey Falcone and Bob Powers. The brew pub will be part of a development called Common Ground. The company has engaged ai3 to design the project. The pub is described as an “industrial space” with a “color palette of rich earthy tones … highlighted by subtle pops of deep green.” The building will use construction materials that include reclaimed hickory, railroad timbers, raw steel and oil-rubbed bronze.
“Artistic touches such as hand-carved wooden hop art, rusted steel New Realm logo, stone Radagast heads, and more will blend into the design,” the press release from the company says.
There will be a main dining room, an interior bar, a lower level patio, an outdoor “Beltline beer garden” and a rooftop patio. There will also be private dining space on the lower level and a second level tasting area. The brew pub will be able to host special events like weddings.
“All told, the New Realm facility will seat a total of 400 guests, who will enjoy several views looking directly into the brewery overlooking New Realm’s 25hl, four vessel brewhouse and 50hl tank farm from Krones Steinecker, and Mitch Steele’s brewing team in action,” the press release says. “It is expected that the facility will be able to produce approximately 20,000 barrels at full production and will have the capability to keg, bottle and can.”
The contractor in charge of building it is Atlanta-based Choate Construction Company.