Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant signed a lease in Perimeter Center of Metro Atlanta, with a summer 2020 opening planned.
Iron Hill Perimeter will be their 20th restaurant and brewery. That means Iron Hill will fulfill its “20 by 20” initiative, with the company opening and operating 20 locations by the end of that year.
Located at Twelve24 (1224 Hammond Dr), the more than 7,500-square-foot space will feature Iron Hill’s on-site brewing facility as well as seating for approximately 350 guests in the bar area and dining room, plus additional patio seating.
Iron Hill Perimeter will also feature the company’s traditional core menu as well as beer brewed at the location.
Iron Hill Perimeter will complement Iron Hill Buckhead (3535 Peachtree Road NE), serving both the metro and suburban areas of Atlanta.
“Iron Hill has been so successful because we strive to make not only the experience but also the locations comfortable and accessible to craft beer fans, families or even for a casual date night,” said Kevin Finn, chairman of the board and director of development at Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant.
“Iron Hill is a great addition to the Twelve24 community and to the Central Perimeter area of Atlanta. The brewery’s arrival at the building will create a new place for tenants and members of the community to enjoy food and craft beers,” said Brandon Houston, a principal with Trammell Crow Company’s Atlanta Business Unit, which developed Twelve24. “Iron Hill will also help stimulate the economy, bringing in more than 100 jobs. We look forward to the opening and the great events to come at Twelve24.”
Iron Hill will partner with Chicago, IL-based Aria Group Architects to design the brewery and restaurant.
Iron Hills in Wilmington and Maple Shade, NJ recently underwent renovations as a way to remain consistent with the updated look of the newer locations, a release noted. Renovations are planned at other locations.
Iron Hill’ opened its first brewery-restaurant in Newark in the 1990s and has the bulk of its locations in the Delaware Valley. The first location south of the Mason-Dixon line opened in Greenville, SC.
The company announced plans to operate a production brewery in suburban Philadelphia. A factor in the decision was Delaware’s three-brewery limit. Iron Hill has its third Delaware location in the Rehoboth area.