Washington, D.C.’s Atlas Brew Works announced a forthcoming third location, slated for a late-2023 opening in the new Carlyle Crossing mixed-use development in Alexandria, Virginia.
“While our beer has been available in Virginia for a while, having a brick-and-mortar brewery in the state will allow us to continue to grow our relationship with our customers while brewing new and exciting recipes,” said Atlas Brew Works Founder & CEO Justin Cox.
Beyond its great beers, Atlas Brew Works is known for its a solar-powered facility in DC’s Ivy City and Capitol Riverfront neighborhoods. Its second location opened across from Nationals Park in early-April 2020.
This upcoming 6,000 sq ft space will include a brewhouse with a production capacity of 2,000 barrels, led by Director of Brewing Operations Daniel Vilarrubi, an adjoining tap room with 16 draft lines and kitchen facility, and around 1,500 sq ft of outdoor patio space.
will be conveniently located within walking distance of the King Street and Eisenhower Avenue Metro stations and offer food from award-winning Andy’s Pizza nearby. And yes, keeping with its reputation and mission of sustainable stewardship, Atlas Brew Works plans to pursue sustainable energy sources at its third location.
Atlas is available in bars, restaurants, and stores throughout DC, Northern Virginia, Maryland, and Tennessee. DC, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio residents can order Atlas through DTC shipping.