East Falls will finally get its first brewery in more than six decades when a family-owned and family-run craft brewery finally opens its doors.
The East Falls section of Philadelphia hasn't had a brewery since landmark Hohenadal Brewery shuttered in the 1950s.
The Hohenadal property on Indian Queen Lane has since been torn down, with townhouses built in its place over the decades past. East Falls residents, however, will be able to get their hands on locally-brewed libations next month.
Wissahickon Brewing Co. has set the grand opening date of its brewery for April 1 — no joke, founder and President Timothy P. Gill Sr. assures.
The brewing company's 5,000-square-foot, 15-barrel brewery at 3705 W. School House Lane has been in the works since roughly last June.
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