Best End Brewing — Set for a grand opening on Sept. 20, this new brewpub looks to be one of the biggest of the year. Located in the midst of the Lee + White complex in West End, the sprawling space is perched at the edge of the Beltline, and features a 20-barrel brewhouse and three-barrel pilot system for both in-house and production beers. Chef Cory Burke, brewer Tim Schiavone and business partner Rob Hayes will offer a full-scale restaurant experience centered around coastal cuisine, with house-made beers, craft cocktails and an all-natural wine list. 1036 White St. SW, Atlanta.
Bold Monk Brewing — The newest project from Brewed to Serve Restaurant Group, the company behind Max Lager's, White Oak Kitchen and Richards' Southern Fried, is perhaps the most ambitious Atlanta brewpub to date. Set to open in late September or early October, the 17,000-square-foot upper Westside project is expected to cost close to $6 million. Designed by Atlanta's Smith Hanes Studio, the footprint will include a 15-barrel brewhouse, multiple bars and dining areas, a retail bookstore with a coffee program, and a beer garden. 1737 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd. NW, Atlanta.