Construction is underway for Brothers Kershner Brewing Co. at 4119 W. Skippack Pike in Montgomery County, in what will be the town of Skippack’s first brewery.
The 1,400-square-foot brewery and taproom, owned by brothers Kevin and Basil Kershner of Chester County, is set to open sometime this summer, writes Kenneth Hilario at bizjournals.com.
Due to growth in beer tourism, the new facility could attract more “new faces” to the area. It will have a 15-barrel brewing system with an open concept – meaning the brewery will be part of the taproom, separated by a half-wall bar.
There will be a 12-tap system, but just five beers will be available when the brewery opens. The beermaker will continue to create new beer to fill out the remaining taps — five will be used for core brews, including a Porter, Saison and IPA; five will be seasonal; and the remaining two will be one-offs or guest beers.
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