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Fire Maker Brewing Company is on track to debut this fall in the Underwood Hills neighborhood of Atlanta.
Representatives for the start-up craft brewery Monday released a “3D rendering” of what Fire Maker will look like when it opens later this year (shown above.)
“It’s such an amazing feeling after months of construction to see it all come together,” Elliott Hall, owner of Fire Maker, said in a prepared statement.
“I can’t wait to show the public all the hard work of everyone who has helped make this possible.”
Once complete, the brewery will feature a large, fully-covered patio and a “120-foot beer walk” overlooking Chattahoochee Avenue.
The exterior design will be framed with cedarwood and black metal detailing and the original “Miami brick” on the building will remain.
In addition to renovating the façade of the building, Fire Maker has installed an entirely new parking lot and landscaping.
The building itself, at 975 Chattahoochee Ave NW, is several decades old and has been home to many different businesses over the years, but most recently has sat vacant.
Peachtree City-based Meja Construction is behind the renovations.