Greetings Oktoberfest!

Hey Foodies!

Happy Oktoberfest! Let the festivities commence! Breweries all around Atlanta are hosting their own specialty events to commemorate this holiday! New Realm Brewing in particular will be hosting an exclusive 5-course German beer pairing dinner on Tuesday, September 24th from 6:30-9:30pm! Tickets for the 5-course meal are only $65 and can purchased online.

I had the awesome opportunity to try some of New Realm’s new menu items, signature staples, and seasonal drafts to feast on during Oktoberfest! New items such as the Wood-Roasted Beet and Carrot Salad and Ultimate Wagyu Burger were great seasonal additions. My favorite was the salad! Beets on a bed of cool yogurt, topped with cashews, carrots, and miso verde were the seasonal touch! I also tried their infamous Cheddar Crusted Mac n’ Cheese which was FULL of flavor. Lastly, The Peachy Goat wood fired pizza, was my favorite entree! Topped with goat cheese, caramelized onions, and peach slices, this seasonal pizza was the perfect pair with New Realm’s peach infused beers.

I had my fair share of beer tastings at New Realm Brewing. From blueberry slushies to peachy hops, New Realm’s drafts did not fail to impress. My favorite was their Bless Your Little Tart sour, which composed of peach and blueberry notes. I also tried Ya’ll Peachy was a popular selection for hop fans!

Overall, my experience at New Realm Brewing was fantastic! From the service, ambiance, food, and beverage quality, I would absolutely come back during my next Atlanta Beltline stroll. I am so excited to celebrate Oktoberfest with New Realm Brewing this year!

Until next time,

The Spicy Savor

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