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The Wrecking Bar Brewpub

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rAvg: 4.49
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292 Moreland Ave NE
Atlanta, Georgia, 30307
United States
phone: (404) 221-2600

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4.6/5  rDev +2.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4

Visited The Wrecking Bar this fall and really enjoyed the time I spent there; thought I should add a review, both the service and the beer deserve it!

The location is in an old mansion that was going to be torn down back in the day and has now been transformed into a unique brewpub.

The beer is excellent, tried several "half-pints" including the Acca Dacca, Das Hopfen, The Victor, and the Jeremy Stout. Thought the 2 IPAs were great, the stout was solid and so was the black IPA. The beers were fresh and flavorful, certainly hoppy yet balanced; nice crispness to them.

The service, excellent as well. Our server was a friendly dude who was a fellow beer geek as well as a home-brewer. We talked about beer and what not, it was nice to have someone that was excited and enthusiastic about their beer, as well as beer in general.

We even got a private tour of the brewery (located in the basement of the attached "garage") from the head-brewer. Learned about the history of the building and the plans for future development, including a Barrel Aging program.

Had a great time, enjoyed their beers, highly recommend.

If interested in more details, I did include them in a Blog Post regarding the ATL beer scene:


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Photo of Bull19
5/5  rDev +11.4%

From their outstanding food selection to great list of rotating beers. You cannot beat a food experience here.

Photo of NolanWilliamson
4.5/5  rDev +0.2%

Incredible food, incredible service and most importantly, incredible beer.

Photo of ONovoMexicano
4.25/5  rDev -5.3%

This place really impressed me and really set the tone for my visit to Atlanta in August of '13.

After taking the train out from the downtown area, heading way in the wrong direction as I walked through the greasy, muggy Atlanta air, I was in need of some craft beer goodness.

I made my way through a great number of beers, elegantly served in mini-snifters, something I've quite taken a liking too. As I drank my healthy sampler offering, I perused the menu and struggled to decide on something with so many options tempting me to no end. I finally settled on the beer and cheese soup and the Reuben sandwich.

The beer and cheese soup was to die for, the type of thing I could eat by those massive pot sizes that you see at Whole Foods and other markets. I must learn to make this.

As for the reuben, same thing. A massive, delicious sandwich bursting with flavor. The meat was tender, thick-cut, and peppery; just like I like it. If you live in Atlanta and haven't tried these foods, you should probably shout a toe off and continue doing so each day until you do try them.

By the way, the food here is all locally or regionally sourced and the owners went to great pains to share all the details on the menu. That's the type of stuff that makes me fall in love with a restaurant.

Now to the beer:

Kolquittsch: A simple Kolsch done well. This was easy drinking and ideal for the summer. It's not my favorite style, so I didn't love it, but I did sure enjoy it.

Victor IPA: This was so-so. If I remember correctly, not enough balance and far too much bitterness from the hops.

Denamelizer Double IPA: A 10.3% beast of a DIPA, this was everything the victor wasn't. Very well-balanced, bursting with hoppy, piney aroma and flavor. I'd drink this regularly, no doubt.

Ryezealand IPA: An excellent offering as well. The rye hits you on the nose, but the hops offer some subtle fruitiness that becomes more pronounced as you drink it.

Colin's Wee Heavy Scotch Ale: A beer I wish more breweries offered and a great representation here. A smooth, creamy malt treat. I went in for seconds on this beer.

Hoppy Hobbit Session IPA: Low ABV beers are fine with me, but I needed more balance again. I wasn't much of a fan of this.

Overall, mostly really good beer and outstanding food. This place was a hit for me while in the ATL. I hope I can return sometime in the future.

Photo of MilwaukeeCrusher
4.3/5  rDev -4.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5

The place had a nice upscale feel to it which is nice at times but I initially got a condescending vibe from the server. On my second flight though all is well. Very good selection and beers ranged from good to a few great ones. It was a little pricey, but that might go with the territory. Definitely worth a stop for the beer tourist.

Photo of JamesBell
4.83/5  rDev +7.6%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

My wife and I love it here. We were just talking about it when we went last weekend, that we have never gotten any food here that we did not like. The staff is always friendly. It gets pretty crowded on Friday nights and the weekends, but if you go for an early dinner it's great, you can usually walk right in. The brew selection usually is not very large, typically you'll find about 5-7 different selections on tap, but they rotate weekly. I believe every Friday they tap a new keg of something special, and according to one of the waitresses it's usually gone by the time Friday is over. Last Saturday I was able to sample the keg, which was a barrel aged barley wine. It was fantastic. Although I have just really gotten into the barley wine selections, this was easily the best I've had yet. We would highly recommend anybody visiting Atlanta make this one of their must-see stops.

Photo of bigkingken
4.4/5  rDev -2%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

When a place has been named the best of anything for three straight years in a major metro area, chances are they’re doing things right. And I love it when places are doing things right.

The Wrecking Bar Brewpub isn’t just doing things right, they’re going above and beyond. Let’s start with the awesomeness of the building they’ve chosen to bring their delicious wares to. On the outside, it’s a neat, old, bank former 20th-century Victorian-style home, Methodist church, dance school, and antiques store, with a semicircle of columns out front seemingly inviting patrons inside. Except that’s not actually where the pub is. That’s just the event space. Disappointing, no?

Downstairs is no disappointment. It somehow manages to mix the comfort and hospitality of an old English pub (lots of wood, exposed brick, did I see a fireplace even?) with brand new contemporary design (everything is clean, shiny, and looks new). And while I was at first disappointed to not find any televisions available to catch the college football game schedule, I soon discovered the reason why. Within 10 minutes my wife and I had struck up a conversation with an interesting couple living in Texas around the corner of the bar from us.

Good beer draws good people.

And the beer is definitely good. I applaud the wide range of interesting and inventive styles and the long-term commitment to aging some of their concoctions for more layers of flavor. While the IPA was a little hop-forward for my palette, the dubbel, “Jimmy Dean” breakfast stout, and the double IPA were all right on point. Regardless of recipes or style preferences, everything was clean, crisp, and very enjoyable.

The food menu is just as creative yet based in traditional wares and with the same attention to detail. Perhaps my biggest disappointment was having had brunch at a famous Atlanta spot just an hour before and neglecting to return the next day to try the food. If the grub lives up to the descriptions on the menu and the smells wafting out of the kitchen, the Wrecking Bar would easily earn a spot in the “Outstanding” category if not the “Cream of the Crop” list.

It just goes to show that even the south can grow some good brewpubs, especially once the antiquated laws are changed.

Photo of tonafernandez
4.65/5  rDev +3.6%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Great place, small a bit dark good atmosphere, friendly bartender and waiters, they brew their own and have a couple of local options as well, food its good for a bar of this type, good flavor and good presentation.
Their beers are a good interpretation of what they describe and will go back soon
Parking there its pretty much a pain, but a pain worth going thru

Photo of GeorgiaBeerGuy
4.68/5  rDev +4.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

Great selection of on-site brewed beers, and a staff that knows their product. The food was amazing, and the attention to the details, and pride in the product, service and experience was awesome. Great cozy atmosphere, with a fun energy. Will definitely come back!

Photo of ari32
4.68/5  rDev +4.2%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.75 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Great food with a pretty solid beer selection. Their best beer is Siberius Maximus, hands down. If you ever get a chance to try their Barrel Aged varieties, do it! They also have some other good beer selections available, but I'll admit that some are just average. I've never had anything that I wouldn't drink again, but some aren't that impressive. Siberius Maximus more than makes up for it though.

I've never had an issue with the service here. They're all friendly, personable, and attentive. I've never waited longer than was acceptable, even when they're busy.

The food is really good and some of the best stuff you'll find at a brewpub in Atlanta.

Photo of AndrewScottPentland
4.36/5  rDev -2.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.75 | service: 3.75 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.75

Decided to check out the Wrecking Ball at the last minute for a late lunch. Very impressive brewing operation. A great selection of American and European styles. I ordered a flight of six beers. (ESB, Kolsch, Alt, RyePA, IPA, and stout). It was only 7 bucks!

None of the beers stood out significantly from the rest. All of them were very well brewed. Incredibly consistent - especially for a such a diverse array of styles.

The food might have been better than the beer. We only ordered apps - tartar, cheese and pickled veg, pork 3 ways, and chicken pate. All were delicious. Very fresh vegetables and beautiful presentation. The house-made pickles were delicious.

If you're in the area, or even a little bit of a drive away, the Wrecking Bar is worth a trip for any foodie or beer lover. Oh, they also have delicious cocktails. I tasted a great gin drink that I can't remember much more about. It's obvious the staff knows there stuff. I saw them squeezing fresh fruit juice and making very attractive drinks.

Photo of cottington
5/5  rDev +11.4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5

Had my first beer here! Jimmy Dean Breakfast Stout - really liked it. Really cool atmosphere and a great building too! They were quite busy when I went with a small group of friends on a Friday night in early April, but the service was still top notch. Would go back for sure.

Photo of DoubleSimcoe
4.56/5  rDev +1.6%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

Our last beer stop in Little Five Points, and what a stop!

The Wrecking is stunning, inside and out. The old bank building is beautiful and imposing, so monumental you don't expect the underground cave-like maze of dining spaces that make the bar and restaurant. This is place to bring a date, a friend, your mom or your boss. Everyone will be impressed by how cool, classy and intriguing The Wrecking is.

We were greeted and served by friendly bearded hipsters that knew so much about their beer and food and were so happy about their stuff it was contagious.

There are 10 taps plus 1 cask, served in shorty (8 oz) or pint (16 oz). Kolsch, Mild, Amber, Bock, Victor IPA (had), Jenny Stout (had), Jenny Breakfast Stout (had), Border Patrol American Strong Ale (had) and Denamelizer DIPA (had).

They also play with wood-aged brews (oak, wine, whiskey) but none were ready yet during our visit.

The food is even better than the beer, very local- and pork-centric. We had the Moonshine Meats Beef Cheek (amber braised local grass fed, caramelized onion and blue cheese gratin, crispy kale, baby carrots and fennel-beer jus), pimento cheese (house mustard, local pickled veggies and spent grain crostini) and mac-and-cheese with crispy pig ears. All unbelievable, expect for the pig ears that were crispy and crunchy but flavorless.

Prices ain't bad for food and beer this good, but the bill will quickly add up after a couple of shorties and small plates. It doesn't matter, you must come here!!

Photo of Georgejt
4.3/5  rDev -4.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

The Wrecking Bar is an authentic brew pub in the Little Five points area of Atlanta. I've visited numerous times, and I have yet to be disappointed. They have a nice selection of house brewed beers, and they seem to always have a unique concoction on draft, such as the most recent vanilla bean infused IPA.

I tend to order the BBQ or burger, and I always leave satisfied. The atmosphere is great as well with it's rock walls and location in the basement of a historical mansion that was restored.

Overall, if you are in the area, this is a must try!

Photo of mcrowther
4.63/5  rDev +3.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

New Brewpub in Little 5 points. The brewpub is tucked down in the lower level of a restored old mansion and is very cozy. Usually at least 6 beers on tap with a cask firkin on most Fridays. There some unusual styles like German IPA and a California Common. All beers are spot-on style wise but the real star is the west coast style IPA- the brewer Chris Terenzi promises that eventually there will be at least 2 IPAs on at all times which should be great. Food is basic upscale bar food but well-executed. Along with the Porter L5P is now maybe the prime beer neighborhood in the ATL.

Uodate: As most know, owner Bob Sandage is now the brewer, and the beer selection and quality are even better. A creative cask beer is on almost every Friday, there "regular" beers rotate pretty often and all so far are very much spot-on style wise. I have visited a lot of brewpubs worldwide and this stacks up pretty well with just about any of them.

Photo of coreyfmcdonald
4.55/5  rDev +1.3%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

I'm going to completely re-review this establishment. It has steadily become better over the past year or so and is now the best brewpub in Atlanta in my opinion. Over the past few months, I've found myself coming here around once a week or so. EDIT - I'm going to re-re-review this place as it has steadily become world class.

Located just a couple blocks south of Little Five Points, this bar is in the basement level of an event space. As I walk up to the bar, it has an upscale rustic feel. There is a nice outdoor seating area, and also a large barn-like biergarden. As I walk inside, I feel like I am in a wine cellar. There is exposed stone everywhere and an intimate bar area that separates itself from the restaurant. There is also a lounge in the back where they do live music on Sundays. The place is small and intimate.

The beer has steadily improved and is now very good. Their Sauvation Pale Ale is tremendous, as is their Jemmy Stout and the majority of their one-off and seasonal beers. Cask beer is served at appropriate temperatures with great carbonation. The beers are in general pretty true to style, but they are all still interesting. Beer is served in appropriate and room temperature glassware. They tend to serve styles typically served closer to cellar temperatures too cold, but I've noticed an improvement in the temperature of their beer. Their beer quality has steadily become better and better and the majority of their styles I consider the best brewed in Atlanta.

Service has steadily become very good. Bartenders are able to discuss in detail each of the beers on tap. Most of the time one of the brewers or the beverage manager is available, in which case you can get even more information about what you are consuming.

The beer selection is very good. They typically have around 8-10 beers on the menu, the vast majority of which are rotational and/or seasonal. They have a different cask every Friday. They have recently done interesting styles such as: Smoked Porter, Rauchbier, Breakfast Stout, Barrel Aged Imperial Stout, and Kolsch. They have done fairly extensive barrel aging, including wine, bourbon, port, and Manhattan barrels. They have also done beers with cocoa nibs, cherries, and cedar chips. At any point in time, they have at least a few one-off interesting beers to try. This is one of the best selections I've seen in a brewpub anywhere in the US.

The food here is fantastic bar food. Their sandwiches are extremely good, and the few dinners I've had have also been great. They also have weekly specials which have all been quite nice. I have yet to have a miss in the food I've had.

Prices are quite reasonable. Beer servings (pints or snifters depending on style) tend to be around $5, with half pours around $3. Food is a bit pricey, but sandwiches are under $10.

Photo of Vierenner
4.83/5  rDev +7.6%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

What a fun place! Had a few hours to kill while waiting for a flight out of Atlanta ... thanks to BeerAdvocate for guiding me here!!

I certainly expected to find an interesting beer selection, but a very pleasant surprise was their interesting food selection. Highly recommend the Schweinshaxe ... comes with kale and pablano grits. The rest of the menu is equally intriguing.

The staff was oh so friendly. They sat me down in my own private living room area to get a little work done. Beautiful setting.

I love passion for craft beer. It's infecting America!

Photo of shivtim
4.08/5  rDev -9.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

Wrecking Bar is a very welcome addition to Little Five Points, and to the Atlanta beer scene as a whole.

The space is great - a historic building that has been beautifully renovated. Unfortunately parking is somewhat of a nightmare in the area, but they do have valet parking, and there is a MARTA station within walking distance (although it is not the most pleasant walk).

The atmosphere is just a tad upscale while still being cozy. Granite and wood. Kind of like a hunting lodge meets a fancy basement. It gets loud when it's crowded.

Beer is solid. I haven't yet had anything that's fantastic, but everything is good to great. The recent double IPA is very nice. Overall a good selection, and beer-wise it's easily one of the best brewpubs in the Atlanta area.

Food is the highpoint here. It's mostly simple and straight forward, but extremely well done. Some of my favorites include the pork shank, poblano grits, and the artichoke dip. You really can't go wrong.

Service is good, the wait staff knows what they're doing.

This place is already probably too popular for its own good - beware the 90 minute waits for tables on Saturday nights. For the best experience, try to go at an off-time.

Photo of DWolf
4.33/5  rDev -3.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Everything about the Wrecking Bar is a little unique. The building's facade (not where you enter) is unique - reminiscent of a bank. The food is also unique, offering some tasty selections. This, we appreciated the most. The food was thoughtfully prepared and served. The wait staff was helpful and offered suggestions. The beer ... the reason we and most people will come to the Wrecking Bar was very good. I stop short of calling it great, but the creativity and craftsmanship was apparent. My only gripe ... not being able to put together your own flight of tasters. Really? C'mon! Overall, it was worth stopping in if you are in the area.

Photo of barleywiner68
5/5  rDev +11.4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

I was here for the grand opening last Father's Day and this is probably hard to imagine if you have become a regular of the WB, but the beer has actually gotten better and better over the past several weeks! What I like most about the brewing here is that they are willing to take risks, they introduce bold styles, all nicely hopped, and based on what I have tried they hit their mark every time! The Bourbon Barrel Aged Belgian Dubbel is a must try and the 13 minute Amber was also excellent. I would describe it more as a traditional English ale reminiscent of Fuller's London Pride. The Wee Heavy ale was also very good, not as sweet as other Scotch ales, but with subtle hints of cinnamon and cloves. While here one should definitely partake in WB's mainstays - the Victor west coast style IPA and the Nelson ale. The hop nodes and flavor on this one is unlike that of any ale I have tried! Finally, the menu has improved exponentially since last June. Try the Rainbow trout and/or the risotto!

Photo of OxfordAleElite
4.5/5  rDev +0.2%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

The Wrecking Bar is Atlanta's best new addition to the wonderful world of beer. This is a gastro-brewpub located conveniently to the beer friendly neighborhoods of Inman Park and Candler Park, just a few blocks from the Little 5 points business district. We really appreciate the craftsmanship of the beers brewed on location, and they offer tours on Saturdays. The staple Jemmy American Stout is everything I hope for and want in a stout. My favorite brews come from the cask. With a selection that is always changing, this is the best brewpub in Atlanta to explore new beers. We also like most of the food on the menu. The atmosphere is cozy and comfortable and perfect for those chilly nights.

Photo of rmdownward
4.95/5  rDev +10.2%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

.Found this place here on BA and hit it while I had a free day Saturday 10/29.

As soon as I walked in I knew I was going to like it. Even with all the granite the space feels warm & inviting. I was greeting warmly & promptly. Sat at the bar & ordered. Everyone was friendly and atttentive. Just after I got my fries (great dipping sauces) the brewer, Chris, took anyone who wanted to take a tour down to see the set up. Nice little brewery with space for expansion. Chris was great and itt was a pleasure to see someone care some much about what they do.

Just after we got back upstairs the owners & their family came in. Nice to see someone hands on.

The beers were quality. The best of what I had was a German IPA. American style with German hops...lots of grapefruit...

It's nice to see a place open such a short amount of time do so well and have the quality to back it up. I'll be back there for certain my next trip to Atlanta.

A..Cozy & warm...lots of stone & dark wood, but open & light. Full bar. Kid friendly.

Q..The beers were top notch and the fries & sauces quite yummy.

S..Service was sterling. Even when busy later in the evening, everyone was quite attentive.

S..7 taps as I recall, with a good variety of styles. Full bar with an enthusiastic mixoligist (Hey Brad!).

F..Good fries & sauces, even once they were cold after the tour. Nice grilled chicken salad, though the meat was a little underdone. Rest of the menu looked good.

Photo of planetscott
4.63/5  rDev +3.1%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 5

I've been here a lot since they opened in June. Not once have I had a bad beer, meal or service. In fact, everything has been exceptional. I got to tour the space long before it opened and wondered how could they make that dark, dusty and dank basement a cozy, comfortable haven. They did with a lot of work and for that, I am grateful.

Beers -

Everyone I've tried is beyond excellent. It's a thrill and inspiration to know the brewer truly enjoys making great beer. I haven't had every beer as there are some styles I don't care for, but to date, I have yet to try one that I did not love.

Food -

Same as above. I haven't tried everything, but what I have is fantastic. Some items got better as time went by.

Service - Top notch. I feel as if they truly care that I have a decent experience there.

Finally...There is NO TV in the entire space...What a refreshing change.

Atlanta deserved a brew pub like this. We finally have it.

The Biergarten is now open, although it is still being finished out. There is a TV for special events. It's wide open and ideal for larger groups.

Photo of jaytee
4.83/5  rDev +7.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

I have been to the Wrecking Bar twice. I stopped by on opening day and was easily impressed with the atmosphere and service. While it was very busy, service was never a problem and I had a great time. I returned with a friend a week ago and, again, had an exceptional time.

The brewpub is located in the basement of a scenic historical building on the southside of Little Five Points in Atlanta. The renovation is exceptional and makes for a great place to socialize while sipping a fantastic selection of beers. One can also sit on the patio if it is a nice sunny day. We had the Octoberfest food special, which was excellent.

I consider it a more laid back and converstaionally friendly brewpub than some of the competition in Decatur. By and large a great addition to the Atlanta beer scene!

Photo of jophish17
4.05/5  rDev -9.8%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

I've been here several times - dinner, drinks, and even a Sunday brunch. Probably the closest brewpub to my house now, which I welcome since Twains (meh) was the closest to me before this past summer!

I really love the atmosphere - they did wonders restoring the basement to become the location for the dining/bar areas. Lots of exposed stone and wood. Not the biggest space, so it definitely packs in tight on Friday nights. It can become very lively at night. I dig the sort of lounge area they have back near the bathrooms.

Beer quality is on point - the IPAs are above average, the Jemny is solid, though with the styles such as California Common and Golden, you get about what you'd expect from what I'd consider to be dull styles (GIGO, if you will) Selection is ok - 6 beers, occasional casks. Not the widest selection, but they are young still and I applaud them for not flooding the bar with outside beer (a huge plus for me). No lagers yet, so no Oktoberfest beer this year =( Not beer-related, but as someone else said, great spirits selection.

Service is never a problem - when I visited to celebrate my birthday a week after opening, it was ridiculously attentive, as they kept asking how we were liking things, refilling half-empty glasses, etc. They seem to have evolved back into the "normal" range.

Food is good. Roughly Brick Store quality IMO - some things are really good, some are average, but I don't expect anyone will be disappointed. Breakfast was actually my favorite meal there!

Reasonable prices (I like the 8oz glass option for people who want to try a couple different beers), good food, and a great atmosphere - can't ask for a whole lot more!

edit: hm, seems as if my score is significantly lower than everyone else's. I really do like this place. I originally gave the atmosphere a 4.5 and the quality a 4, but I bumped each up half a point to improve the overall score I assigned. I do think my original ratings were fair to my best assessment, but I didn't think the BA-calculated average of 3.6 was fair.

Edit #2: food is above BSP now. Great work coming from the kitchen. Also want to note the great selection of bourbon and whiskey, even though I still come for the beer and food it's nice to finish with a glass of bourbon

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The Wrecking Bar Brewpub in Atlanta, GA
98 out of 100 based on 69 ratings.