Saville will be offering a varied menu including English staples like fish and chips, bangers and mash and shepherd's pie, she said. Bangers and mash is made with mashed potatoes and sausage.
"We'll be making our own sausage meats," Saville said.
Scotch eggs, which are hardboiled eggs surrounded by sausage and breadcrumbs and fried, will also be making an appearance on the menu, she said.
"We'll have a lot of nice, different flavored dishes," Saville said.
The food and ale won't be the only things that are in the style of England. The establishment itself will be run in a similar fashion to the English-style pubs that serve more as social gathering spots than nightclubs.
Saville plans to open the pub around 11 a.m. for the lunch crowd. It will close around 10 p.m. on weekdays.
"I'm not looking to get into the late-night bar business," she said.
The brewpub may stay open as late as midnight on Friday and Saturday, she said.
"But we won't ever be open later than that."