Atlas Brew Works announced today they plan to open a third location later this year in the new Carlyle Crossing development.
The location will feature a brewery and a tap room at 2501 Mandeville Lane, just across from the AMC theater in Carlyle.
“Our Team is super excited to bring an Atlas brewpub to Alexandria,” Atlas Brew Works Founder and CEO Justin Cox said in a release. “While our beer has been available in Virginia for a while, having a brick-and-mortar brewery in the state will allow us to continue to grow our relationship with our customers while brewing new and exciting recipes.”
The 6,000 square foot space will have a brewery with a production capacity of 2,000, the company said in the release. The adjoining tap room will feature 16 draft lines and a kitchen, along with 1,500 square feet of outdoor patio space.
“Regulars will find comfort in the brewery’s six core beers including Bullpen Pilsner, which recently won a bronze medal at the 2022 Great American Beer Festival, in addition to special limited releases brewed in and only available at its Alexandria location,” the release said.
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