Forest and Main Brewing is moving from its current location in Ambler to a new space just a few blocks away and is also constructing a new 15-barrel brewery and taproom, writes Lisa Dukart for the Philadelphia Business Journal.
The nine-year-old brewery known for its Belgian-style and English-style beers will leave the adjacent spaces known as the House and NewSpace to expand into a new pub at 33 E. Butler Avenue, in the former Ambler Apparel location.
The pub will not serve any food “as there are so many great food options on Butler these days, we are letting our friends do that,” wrote the company on its Instagram page.
Meanwhile, the new brewery and taproom will be located “just a few blocks north on Main Street from our current location,” wrote the company, but it did not disclose its exact location.
More space will allow the brewery to expand its signature saison and oak aged beers, as well as its lagers and IPAs.
And don’t miss their new ‘cicada’ beer: Emerging!
Read more about Forest and Main Brewing in the Philadelphia Business Journal.