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New Realm Brewing Taps New GM, Executive Chef to Lead Opening

December 08, 2017 Industry News
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As the temperature begins to cool in Atlanta, things at New Realm Brewing are heating up with the recent pairing of General Manager, Don Mioton and Executive Chef, Julio Delgado. The duo plan to stir things up at New Realm Brewing as it opens later this year.

Mioton joined the team most recently from American Cut & Regent Cocktail Club and Delgado from JP, a restaurant in downtown Atlanta’s Hotel Indigo. Combining their vast culinary knowledge, the duo is putting the final touches on the menu. Executive Chef Julio Delgado is drawing inspiration from Brewmaster Mitch Steele’s craft beers as well as the area’s local farms in order to create an approachable menu, which is rooted in tradition.

His blend of global flavors and southern techniques pair comfortably with the restaurant’s inviting setting. Among notable menu items will be a house ground prime beef burger on a brioche bun, a beer can Springer Mountain Farms half chicken, as well as four hickory wood-fired pizzas cooked to perfection in a dedicated pizza kitchen which guests will see on display on their way to the brewery’s main entrance.

Guests will be able to enjoy their meal in a variety of seated locations within New Realm Brewing including a main dining room, an interior bar, a lower level patio, an outdoor beltline beer garden or the rooftop patio where the view is spectacular.

New Realm Brewing will also have 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. 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, as well as Mitch Steele’s brewing team in action. 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.

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