Ill Mannered Brewing Co. will host a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday (Aug. 8) to celebrate the opening of its new production brewery and tasting room.

“We’ve been pushing hard to get our new facility open and to deliver a top notch customer experience while keeping our neighborhood brewery feel," head brewer Tom Ayers said in a prepared statement. "We’ve built our brand around quality, fresh, local beer, an intimate taproom, and making our guests feel welcome. Carrying that same experience to the new facility while providing more options and space is truly exciting.”

The Powell brewery has been open for three years and built the facility next door to its current operation.

The ribbon cutting is set for 4 p.m. Following the ceremony, the brewery will tap its Tart Red Cherry Pseudo Insubordination Berliner Weisse aged in an Oak & Brazen Syrah Wine Barrel. Fetty’s Street Food will be available.

The new facility features a 1,500-square-foot taproom and 1,400-square-foot patio with seating for 100, 20 taps, a fire pit, a small food service operation, plenty of televisions, a roll-up glass garage door, and parking for food trucks.

The brewery plans to feature not only its own beer but guest drafts from local breweries, cider, wine, spirits, and cold brew coffee.

Ill Mannered team is holding onto its former space, with plans for a private event and barrel aging area.

Meanwhile, the brewery will host a three-year anniversary party and official grand opening celebration from noon to 10 p.m. Aug. 18. The event will feature The Pit BBQ, a bottle release, a yet-to-be-named Brut IPA, and Subterfuge Russian Imperial Stout.