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New Realm Brewing Company Will Open in Poncey-Highland Later This Year

Stone Brewing’s former brewmaster Mitch Steele has a name for his Atlanta project

Logo for New Realm Brewing Company

Mitch Steele, who for 10 years served as brewmaster for lauded California beer maker Stone Brewing Co., has chosen a name for his forthcoming Atlanta brewpub. New Realm Brewing Company will open adjacent the BeltLine’s Eastside Trail in Poncey-Highland later this year.

The venture, first announced last September, is a collaboration among Steele and partners Carey Falcone and Bob Powers. New Realm will include an on-site brewery, restaurant, beer garden, and rooftop bar.

“We could not be more thrilled to announce our name, New Realm,” Falcone, the brewpub’s chief executive officer, said in a prepared statement. “It has taken us quite a bit of time — over many beers, of course — to create our vision and land on the right name for our future brewery and restaurant. New Realm speaks to our desire to create a new realm in brewing and dining experiences, and to support an outstanding and dynamic local craft beer community.”

An early rendering for New Realm Brewing Company.
An early rendering for New Realm Brewing Company.
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Steele is still developing a beer menu, but he says IPAs will be showcased along with “barrel-aged beers and traditional lagers.”

New Realm, planned for 820 Ralph McGill Boulevard NE, will occupy 20,000 square feet of space as part of a larger development that is taking over the former Western Electric building. A “Latin-inspired brasserie” is also in the works for the project. Two Urban Licks already operates out of a space at the site, and it will remain in its current home.

Stone Brewing Veteran Plans Poncey-Highland Brewpub [EATL]
A ‘Latin-Inspired Brasserie’ Is Planned for an Incoming BeltLine Development [EATL]
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New Realm Brewing

550 Somerset Terrace Northeast, , GA 30306 (404) 968-2777 Visit Website

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