Now that construction is in full swing, New Realm Brewing Company (Atlanta, Georgia) has come forward to release some details concerning their new brewery that is set to open in the fall at 550 Somerset Terrace NE, in a new Atlanta development named Common Ground.
Back in mid-March, we brought you the news that the new, Atlanta craft beer project from partners Carey Falcone, Bob Powers and Mitch Steele had officially been named New Realm Brewing Company. The project has since moved forward with construction and design, and we are happy to now bring you those details as well.
Once completed, the New Realm Brewing Company facility will seat a total of 400 guests in an industrial space that consists of “a main dining room, . . . an interior bar, a
lower level patio, an outdoor beltline beer garden, [and] a rooftop patio.” The entertaining areas of the brewery will also feature “a private dining room on the lower level and a second level tasting room/tour center, both of which will house special events like weddings, private parties and corporate meetings.”
With the help of Dan Maas and the rest of the team at Atlanta-based firm ai3, the aesthetic design of New Realm Brewing Company starts with “a color palette of rich earthy tones . . . highlighted by subtle pops of deep green.” From there, the facility takes on a rustic-industrial feel thanks to the use of “reclaimed hickory mixed with railroad timbers, raw steel . . . oil-rubbed bronze . . . [and] industrial style lighting.” The design is completed with “artistic touches such as hand-carved wooden hop art, rusted steel New Realm logo, stone Radagast heads, and more.”
“ai3 is looking forward to seeing New Realm Brewing Company open their doors and pour their first beer,” said Dan Maas ai3 partner. “We are excited for our clients who have been working extremely hard to realize their vision.”
As guests wander through the space, they will be able to “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.” Once fully operational, Steele expects that the brewing facility “will be able to produce approximately 20,000 barrels at full production and will have the capability to keg, bottle and can.”
With construction in the very capable hands of the 100% employee-owned Choate Construction Company, the folks at New Realm Brewing Company anticipate an opening date to land somewhere in the fall of 2017. We will hit you with opening plans/dates once that information is released, so stay tuned. In the meantime, check out the exterior rendering of New Realm’s facility below. Prost!