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Neshaminy Creek Brewing Closes New Hope Taproom, But Will Expand In Region

A new brewery is slated to come to New Hope.

The Ferry Market on Main Street in New Hope Borough. File photo.

The popular Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company will be expanding this year with a new taproom in Montgomery County.

In December, Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company closed its tasting room in The Ferry Market in New Hope Borough. The outpost had been open for several years.

“We’ve had a great time serving beers here for the last three years and appreciate everyone that has come to visit our little spot. We’ll miss all of our customers and fellow vendors that have become friends over the years,” the brewery’s Instagram page mentioned.

Bristol Borough’s Odd Logic Brewing Company is expected to open in The Ferry Market spot previously occupied by Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company in the coming months.

Weyerbacher Brewing Company opened the tasting room in The Ferry Market in 2019, but that location closed in 2020 and opened the door for Bristol Township-based Neshmainy Creek Brewing Company to expand.

While Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company has left New Hope Borough, they plan to open a new 3,100-square-foot taproom in an old bank building that is part of a town center mixed-use redevelopment project at the intersection of Main Street and Maple Avenue in Harleysville, Montgomery County.

“We are particularly stoked to be taking over the old Harleysville National Bank that was originally constructed in 1929 with some beautiful stone architecture. This place has some really cool features and will be part of a mixed-use complex that’ll include a variety of eateries, retail shops, office space, and potentially some residential space,” the brewery posted on Facebook recently.

The brewery will be just a small part of the 82,000-square-foot site that stretches across two buildings on a seven-acre campus.

“We’ll be bringing a little of our personality and plenty of fresh beer to this vibrant new community center in the heart of the family oriented, historic area of Montgomery County and can’t wait to share a few pints with you later this year,” the brewery said.

In 2020 during COVID-19, Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company closed their Borough Brewhouse restaurant and bar concept in Jenkintown Borough, Montgomery County. It had been open for several years.

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company operates a tasting room in The Station complex in Dublin Borough. It opened in 2021.

In recent years, Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company has rebranded and welcomed new CEO Jenna Ball, who was brought in to stabilize and refresh the nearly 14-year-old business.

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company has won a slew of beer awards over the years and can be found at hundreds of bars and more than 1,000 retail locations in the region.

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Tom Sofield

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