Local chef Gary Needham will serve up some made-from-scratch foods to go along with the craft beer. The menu also will have an international flavor, Saville said.
For example, Needham will prepare traditional English fare like fish and chips; shepherd's pie; and bangers and mash, or sausage and mashed potatoes.
Scotch eggs, which are hardboiled eggs covered in sausage and deep-fried, also will be offered.
Another dish, moules and frites, is a Belgian dish consisting of mussels and skinny French fries, Saville said. It is a traditional Belgian pub dish.
"You can't go into a pub in Belgium without getting mussels and frites," she said.
Also on the menu will be fine cheeses, pates, lamb curry and Jamaican potato patties.
The brewpub will open at 11 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday.
A family deal, which will be $10 per adult and free for children under 6, will be featured on Sundays.
Two entrees and multiple side dishes will be offered for the special each Sunday, she said. Entrees will include items like fried chicken and spaghetti.
A full menu will be available 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to close Monday through Saturday. A limited menu will be available from 2 to 5 p.m., when staff will begin preparing dinner, she said.
Saville plans to add outdoor dining on the Summers Street side of the pub in coming weeks.
Heastings wants to do more than serve good beer. He also wants to educate people on the craft.
A former teacher in his native Pennsylvania, Heastings said he would make himself available to answer customer questions as time allows.
He also is willing to give tours of the brewing operation in a separate room behind the bar.
Educating customers about beer is a good way to bring more people "into the fold" and foster a sense of community, he said.
Special events like beer tastings and beer club meetings may be held in the future, Heastings said.
He also plans to start a mug club. That is a way to offer lower prices to regular customers, who might earn a larger mug for the same price as a smaller mug or be issued a customer card used to record their beer purchases. After so many purchases, the card holder would receive a special item or a free beer.
Heastings also may offer regulars tastings of special craft brews that would not be made available to the general public.
"We may brew a 5-gallon keg of specialty beer or something like that," he said.
He may offer "sneak peeks," or samples of upcoming brews.
Saville plans to install dartboards in a separate room that also could be used for meetings.
However, the brewpub may lack one item seen in many bars around the city. She may place no television sets in the pub, with the possible exception of the meeting room if a set is needed for gatherings.
People may reserve the meeting room by calling 304-343-BREW.
Saville said she eventually may offer live music but it would be a subdued style so people still could enjoy conversation.
Parking will be available after 5:30 p.m. for a small fee in a lot across from the Summers Street entrance. Customers also can park in the city garage near the corner of Summers and Quarrier streets.
The brewpub will be open from 11 a.m. to about 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 11 a.m. to about midnight Friday and Saturday; and 1 to 7 or 8 p.m. Sunday.