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Fire Maker Brewing Company later this year will open in Underwood Hills.
The “start-up craft brewery” is currently under construction in a 9,000-square-foot warehouse space, at 975 Chattahoochee Ave NW.
Owner Elliott Hall is looking to take Fire Maker live in the fall, he told What Now Atlanta (WNA) in an email Monday.
“We are extremely excited and grateful to be joining so many other amazing breweries on the Westside,” Hall said.
“I’ve been going to these breweries for years and it’s been great seeing the Westside grow so much. I really believe it’s on its way to becoming an established brewery district in Atlanta.”
Hall did not mention what kinds of beer Fire Maker will brew under the direction of Head Brewer Tyler Cox.
On the food side of things, the brewery will play host to various food trucks and pop-ups.
Fire Maker will feature a 2,000-square-foot taproom for serving and purchasing beers, and a fully-covered patio will host everything from intimate affairs to large-scale celebrations.
“Fire Maker will also partner with a distributor to bring its beers to the Atlanta market, so you can look forward to finding Fire Maker at your favorite local bar, restaurant, or package store,” a company spokesperson told WNA.
“Or you can always visit the Taproom where we will offer a variety of beer for every beer drinker and will rotate experimental beer for those who always want to try something new.”