The Lancaster paper broke the news, so I won’t go into full detail here, but it’s too exciting not to share!
The Spring House Brewery, which has been operating since 2007 in a converted barn in Conestoga, PA, closed to the public after the weekend of January 15 to concentrate on completing the new taproom. If you’ve been following their Facebook page, you’ve been watching the progress as Matt continually reported.
Spring House Taproom is scheduled to open tomorrow at 25 W. King St. in Lancaster (Phone (717) 399-4009) with 10 taps, including Seven Gates Pale Ale. The newspaper reports the a U-shaped bar, window bar and a few tables provide seating for 50, and large windows look out to both King Street and Central Market.
Dishes by Diane, a Leola catering firm, will provide the food offerings, and beer will be available to take out in bottles and growlers.
Spring House Taproom Hours (which were incorrectly listed in the newspaper):
- Monday 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm
- Tuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
- Wednesday 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm
- Thursday 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm
- Friday – Saturday 11:00 am – midnight
The paper also reported that St. Boniface Craft Brewing Co., a nano-brewery located in part of the former Doneckers Art Works building (100 N. State St., Ephrata, PA; (717) 721-1744) will open its doors for the first time from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm tonight to offer growlers of its Hegemony Imperial Stout. Growlers and kegs of Libation (a DIPA) and Epiphany (a Belgian-style Dubbel ale) will be available soon.
St. Boniface Craft Brewing will have very limited hours – it sounds like Saturday visits are the best bet.