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 how they were socially connected with a number of nonprofit and community-based organizations.

Healthy merchandise area with branded elements. Downside by putting behind glass limits the ability to touch/feel which for many is a precursor to buying.

These growlers were canned and sealed to order. Great way to get the product home without having to buy a six pack or something larger.

Flashback of the building that Something Wicked later located within.
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