BrewDog Files Plans For Atlanta BeltLine-Adjacent Brewpub, On Target For Summer 2022 Debut

With key permit application submittal, construction on the 12,000 square-foot brewery, restaurant, to begin soon.
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Scotland-based craft beer giant BrewDog is moving forward with plans to open its first Georgia brewpub along the Atlanta Beltline.

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The company this week filed a permit application with the City of Atlanta to build out its anchor space in Asana Partners’ Krog District development which encompasses Krog Street Market and Stove Works, with several new buildings and retail space in the pipeline.

BrewDog’s brewery and full-service restaurant will span 12,061 square feet, according to the permit filing, and will cost an estimated $486,000 to construct. The brewpub will be situated in suite A, at 112 Krog Street, which includes an additional outdoor space of 2,700 square feet.

Construction on Krog District kicked off in mid-2021 and BrewDog, which is slated to debut in summer 2022, will likely be the first tenant to open in the new portion of the development.

“People of Atalanta, get ready for your very own craft beer haven,” BrewDog writes on a landing page for the upcoming BrewPub. “We’re super excited to be opening up in the capital city of Georgia, the City of Trees… the first in the state! We’ll be opening and bringing a fantastic craft beer selection from across the USA and the globe, alongside our mouthwatering menu soon!”

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak