We’ve been watching the progress of this project since Mitch Steele left Stone Brewing and struck out to do something new. To kick off 2018, he and Cofounders Bob Powers and Carey Falcone are ready to debut the beer and restaurant menu at New Realm Brewing on Atlanta’s Eastside Beltine Trail.
Pouring up to eight draft beers with four additional pilot brews available from behind the-bar serving tanks, Executive Chef Julio Delgado derived inspiration from Brewmaster Mitch Steele’s world-class creations in order to craft his approachable menu.
“Mitch and I worked together in order to make sure that the culinary team was using beer and other brewery ingredients in our food” said Delgado. “A couple of examples include our Springer Mountain Farms Beer Can Chicken and our Stout Beer Chocolate Cake.”
Chef Delgado’s locally inspired new American menu showcases dishes utilizing fresh ingredients and southern flavors which pair perfectly with a pint. New Realm’s team of Cicerone-Certified Beer Servers are trained to guide guests in their dining decisions.
The brewery and restaurant offers guests a variety of options to enjoy their meal including the central dining hall, an interior bar, a lower level patio, an outdoor beltline beer garden (which will open in the spring) and Radegast Rooftop where the panoramic view is spectacular and the space is weather protected.
New Realm Brewing also offers a private dining room on the lower level and a second level tasting room/tour center, both available for in-house special events like weddings, private parties and corporate meetings. All told, the New Realm facility seats a total of 400 guests with several views looking directly into the brewery overlooking New Realm’s 25-hl, four-vessel brewhouse and 50-hl tank farm from Krones Steinecker.
Rusty Shackleford says
@newrealmbrewing What’s he brewing? IPAs?