If there’s one thing New Hope Borough has been missing, it’s a distillery.
Late last month, Central Pennsylvania-based Nomad Distilling Company opened a tasting room 20 South Main Street in the borough.
Owners Frank and Sarah Kudlack joined with the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce to cut the ribbon on the tasting room.
Nomad Distilling is based in Williamsport. They also operate a tasting room in Jim Thorpe in Carbon County.
“We are more than just a distillery! We are a bar made for gathering together to enjoy tastings and cocktails,” the owners wrote on the company’s website.
The Kudlacks expressed their gratitude for the New Hope community’s support and their excitement about becoming part of the town.
“We are so grateful for all the hands that made this possible, we are looking forward to being a part of a new community and meeting new people!” they said in a Facebook post.
The Kudlacks acquired the former Bastress Mountain Winery and Mountain Top Distillery near Williamsport in 2018 and rebranded it as Nomad Distilling, putting their own mark on the business and dropping wine production.