The pub is open for both dining inside as well as our full-service Al Fresco dining area outside (Weather permitting).  Food, beer, and cocktails to-go are available for curbside orders by  calling us at 404-221-2600. Please check our website for our current hours and menus, as well as Instagram for updates on new beers, cocktails, and food specials offered daily.

Thank you, thank you, thank you for the continued support throughout this pandemic, and expect great food and drink from us for years to come.

Today's Beer
The "beautiful house" is back! This beer features a combination of Pilsner and Heritage malts as well as Malted Corn from Riverbend Malt in NC, providing notes of toasted bread, soft caramel, and a subtle graininess. A healthy addition of Czech Saaz hops rounds out this thirst-quenching concoction designed to help you beat the heat! Tap Date 11.16 OG 1.049 IBU 20 ABV 5.1%
This kettle soured ale was brewed with lactose sugar, vanilla beans, cinnamon bark, and over 200 pounds of both sweet and tart cherries. These ingredients combine to emulate flavors of a fresh cherry pie. Notes of pie crust, juicy cherries, and a balanced tartness make for savory and refreshing treat. Tap date 12/27 OG 1.052 IBU 12 ABV 5.7%
Fresh drop of Jemmy Dean. This batch with J Martinez Co's Kenya AA Miricho Estate, mild acidity with notes of cocoa and dry red wine, delicate and round
Blast from the beer past with this fresh AF double IPA, taking just two weeks (or one Fortnight) from grain to glass! The simple Pilsner and wheat grain bill let the hops shine. Mosaic, Simcoe, and Citra hops stand strong in aroma and flavor. This beer drinks easier than it rightfully should.Tap Date 10/22 OG 16.2P IBU 70 ABV 8.3%
With six different grains used in the brewing process, this is one of the more rich and complex stouts out there. Several different roasted barleys, oats and caramelized grains yield hints of shortbread, toffee, chocolate and a roast espresso finish. Tap Date 3/14 OG 1.067 IBU 65 ABV 6.9%
Here is a beer you don't see very often, though once quite popular in London in the late 19th century. Because of Wrecking Bar's relative size, on the smaller side, we're afforded the opportunity to brew a wide variety of styles. Thus, we offer you Chops' English Porter, a beer that strikes a balance between sweet brown ale and chocolatey porter. We like how well it goes with fall weather, and we think you will too. Cheers! Tap Date 11/2 OG 1.042 IBU 20 ABV 4.2%
Our house English barleywine rested for 18 months in a Revival Jimmy Red Corn bourbon barrel. What a treat! ABV 12.9%
Here's a classic from before the Haze Craze! A healthy addition of rye malt lends a bit of spice without overshadowing the hop presence and we also decided to add a small dry hop of Centennial this time around. The result is a malty and complex. Tap Date 1/5 OG 1.069 IBU 65 ABV 6.3%
Brewed in collaboration with our good friends at Hopstix, Kanabo was inspired by one of our favorite styles, West Coast IPA. This beer is hop forward, with a light crisp malt finish. Featured hops are Simcoe, Cascade, Centennial, and El Dorado. Tap Date 11/23 OG 16.4 P ABV 8.3%
Two yeasts strains working in harmony. Simple, dry, bitter, refreshing. Tap Date 9/24 OG 1.043 IBU 40 ABV 5.5%
Our take on a traditional Vienna-Style lager. Brewed with a blend of Vienna, Munich, Pilsner, and CaraAmber malts, expect a toasty and dry lager base with a subtle caramel finish. A smooth noble hop bitterness provides contrast to the malt base. A beer meant to be enjoyed at any occasion. Easy enough for new beer drinkers, yet complex enough to please every palate. Tap date 11/20 OG 1.054 IBU 30 ABV 5.6%
Clearly, the brewers had a little fun tinkering with the Juice Willis this batch. Hopped with Mosaic, Simcoe, El Dorado, and Idaho 7, this batch shows off something not seen in a while… the other side of the glass. Tap Date 12/23 OG 1.062 IBU 60 ABV 6.5%
There are 11 different grains and sugars in this beer, giving it the similar complexity of a Barleywine grain bill, but it only clocks in at 3.4% ABV. Very faint nuances of dark fruit, caramel, toffee, chocolate, and coffee, with just enough earthy English hops for balance; get the flavor and drink more than one. OG 1.035 IBU 14 ABV 3.4%
This English-style Pale Ale was created to be full flavored, yet sessionable. Brewed with Maris Otter, Munich, dark English crystal, and a touch of Chocolate malt, there are layers of malt flavor providing a perfect canvas for a light dry hop of East Kent Goldings. Crushable European pale ale. OG 1.055 IBU 30 ABV 5.5%
Our 2nd generation, this pale golden ale/lager hybrid associated with the city of Köln, Germany, uses the lightest German Koln & Heidelberg malts. With enough hops for balance, the result is a very light, crisp beer. Tap Date 8/30 OG 1.045 IBU 21 ABV 4.8%
Here we've traveled back in time, not sooooo far back. You remember those days, those west coast days. We're not giving it all away, but you may expect some citrus, well, a lot of citrus actually. Featuring Chinook, Citra, Centennial, and our old pal Cascade. Tap Date 1/11 OG 1.054 IBU 43 ABV 5.1%


Brewing on a 7 barrel system, Bill Arnold & Ryan Donald have developed a beer program that focuses on perfecting classic styles such as Kolsch, Pilsner, ESB, IPA, barrel aged strong beer and session styles. This classic list is balanced with more experimental styles: milkshake IPA’s, fruited gose’s and farmhouse ales, to name a few. Over the last seven years we’ve also developed a barrel aging program, aging stouts, barleywines, and scotch ales in bourbon and rum barrels to bring out the beers best characteristics, winning a Silver Medal in Barrel Aged Strong Ales at the Great American Beer Festival in 2018 for our Willett Bourbon Barrel Aged Ye Old Sprinklerhead Barleywine.


Our new Executive Chef, Mikey Staniewicz is bringing fresh farm-to-table flavors, while staying rooted in pub classics. We source from local bakeries, dairies, and farms ( including our own ), and believe it’s important to support the local economy and build relationships. The menu keeps a few classics on constantly, while the rest changes to reflect the season, highlighting produce and flavors at their peak.


Housed in a late Victorian building that was once a home, a church, a dance studio, and an architectural salvage store, the Wrecking Bar Brewpub has worked to become a cornerstone of the neighborhood. With a focus on comfortable atmosphere, clean and exciting locally sourced food, an extensive bar program, and excellent beer crafted in house, the goal is to maintain a restaurant that has has something for everyone. Come grab a beer at the bar, or meet up with family and friends for dinner.


Owner, 10 yrs
Executive Chef
Manager, 10 yrs
General Manager, 8.5 yrs
Manager, Sommelier, Bar 3 yrs
Graphic Artist, 6 yrs
Brewer, 1 yr
Prep Cook, Comedian 6 yrs
Manager, Bar, 5 yrs
Event Manager to the Stars, 3 yrs


There are three separate event spaces at the Wrecking Bar Brewpub, each with varying capacity and atmosphere:

The Biergarten

The Biergarten is an  event space in our brewery warehouse that seats up to 42 and holds up to 100 standing. With a long concrete bar, twelve beer taps, and fermentation tanks in the room, it’s definitely a casual venue, and a built-in stage makes it perfect for celebrations involving a band.

The Parlor

The Parlor at Wrecking Bar Brewpub is a private dining room located inside our historic house, The Marianna. The capacity is up to 30 seated or 40 for a standing, cocktail-styled event. The Parlor is excellent for dinner parties and get togethers, from workplace mixers and book clubs, to birthday parties and rehearsal dinners!

The Marianna

The Marianna is our formal event space on the main floor of the house, with a capacity of 30-250 people. It has 13 foot ceilings, stained glass windows, and original fireplaces, and is perfect for weddings (both ceremony and reception), breakout sessions, rehearsal dinners, and holiday parties.

For all event spaces inquiries, please contact Katy at


“The Victor H. Kriegshaber House is historically significant for its association with Victor Hugo Kriegshaber, who was a leader in the cultural and economic development of Atlanta during the first third of the century, and the original owner of this house. He commissioned the building to be designed by architect Willis F. Danny just before 1900 and lived there with his family until 1924.The Kriegshaber residence is a fine example of Denny’s work; he practiced only a few years in Atlanta before his early death at 31 due to pneumonia, but managed to design many of the city’s most prestigious public and private structures before 1905. Stylistically, the house is a noteworthy transitional statement combining late Victorian and eclectic details.

Kriegshaber was born in 1859 to Prussian immigrants living in Louisville, Kentucky. He did not make his home in Atlanta until 1889, when he left his civil engineer’s position with the Central of Georgia Railway to become a contractor and soon after president for forty-three years of his own building materials supply company. Nine years after his arrival in Atlanta, Kriegshaber was able to afford his elegant showplace on the periphery of Inman Park. He served in executive positions for countless businesses, civic, philanthropic, and cultural organizations. In addition to his building material supply business, Kriegshaber was the founder and first president of the Atlanta Terra Cotta Company, a director of the Atlanta Art Glass Co. and vice-president of the National Builders’ Supply Association. He was a director of the Chamber of Commerce and, in 1914, was part of the committee from the Chamber that spearheaded the new development at Lakewood for the Southeastern Fair. The Fair opened in 1916, the same year that Kriegshaber served as president of the Chamber of Commerce.

A charter member of the Rotary Club, Kriegshaber also served as director of the local council of the Boy Scouts of America, as president of the Jewish Charities and of the Jewish Educational Alliance and was director of the Hebrew Orphan’s Home. He was instrumental in establishing the city’s first public playgrounds for children and was later vice-president of the Playground Association of America. In 1905, Kriegshaber was one of the organizers of the Standard Club, serving as its first vice-president.

Kriegshaber served on the executive committee of the Atlanta Music Festival Association from its founding in 1909 until his death. The first Atlanta Music Festival, held in 1909 in the just completed Auditorium, was such a tremendous success that the Atlanta Music Festival Association inaugurated in 1910 the first of nearly twenty annual spring visits by the Metropolitan Opera to Atlanta’s Municipal Auditorium. In addition, his belief in the ability of local musicians and choristers led to the establishment of the Atlanta Philharmonic Society, of which he was president at his death in 1934.”

Wrecking Bar Brewpub

  • Tuesday - Thursday: 5 - 9 pm 
  • Friday: 5 - 10 pm
  • Saturday: 12 - 10 pm 
  • Sunday: 5 - 9 pm 
  • Monday: Closed


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