Downtown – York, Pennsylvania

Isaac Kremer/ April 28, 2019/ architecture, beer, placemaking, preservation, public art/ 0 comments

Old Town Historic District Colonial Garden The Gear Garden & Foundry Park Foundry Park sits on the site of the Eyster Weiser Co. foundary, established in 1904, whose buildings flanked Philadelphia Street. The main foundry was destroyed by fire in 1975. Brick structure that held other foundry functions are still on site, overlooking the park. When the park was built

Read More

Something Wicked Brewing Company – Hanover, Pennsylvania

Isaac Kremer/ April 27, 2019/ beer, local food, Main Street, placemaking, program, storefront, tactical urbanism/ 0 comments

The tasting room itself was handsomely appointed. People tended to gravitate more towards the bar and the high-top tables near it. Starting outside the entrance and moving inside, it was apparent in the time that it has been open the brewery has become very tightly knit with the York, PA community. The Charity benefit card especially told the story of

Read More

Heritage Brewing Co. – Clarendon, Virginia

Isaac Kremer/ December 23, 2018/ beer/ 0 comments

Heritage Brewing Co is a combination of brewery and coffee roaster in the downtown area of Clarendon, Virginia, not far from Washington, DC. Heritage has a handmade vibe to the decoration inside, the delicious food, and of course the beer combine together to create a wonderful experience for customers.