Round Trip Brewing Company is now under construction.
Located in the emerging brewery district in the Underwood Hills neighborhood in Atlanta’s “Upper Westside,” the brewery consists of two stories totaling 26,000-square-feet in a building previously occupied by Zep Manufacturing Company.
“Our vision at Round Trip Brewing Company is to welcome the community to enjoy world-class beer in a dynamic space that encourages exploration and camaraderie,” Craig Mycoskie, CEO and Head Brewer at Round Trip, said in a press release Monday.
“We have dreamed of opening our own brewery for a long time but started this journey in earnest a couple years ago. To see our hard work start to take shape is truly rewarding.”
The facility will include a taproom that allows up to 250 guests to enjoy twelve beers on tap. , brewhouse, event space, packaging hall, and an adaptable outdoor area.
Custom-made tables and benches built by Broken Fence Woodworking provide a comfortable communal environment for people to enjoy the beer.
Round Trip worked closely with Probrew to outfit a custom three-vessel 15-barrel brewhouse.
Additionally, Round Trip has 30-barrel fermenters for double batches and 7-barrel tanks for one-off tap room creations.
What Now Atlanta Partner Morrison Shearer, Inc. (MSI) is the contractor responsible for overseeing construction.
MSI’s work includes the recently completed second location for Cherry St. Brewing Company in Cumming.
Placemaker Designs, who worked to develop Reformation Brewing’s taproom in Woodstock and The Beacon development in Grant Park, serves as the architect on the project.
East Mountain Development, led by Alex Brennan, consults on the project as a whole and coordinates with all stakeholders.