The original site of the Eastern Condensed Milk Company on Birch Street, founded in 1902 in Kennett Square, the Creamery was reimagined as a pop-up beer garden and community gathering space after falling into disrepair for many years.
Last year, the Creamery quickly became a favorite hangout for many in the community due to its ability to provide a little something for everyone. From the multitude of craft beer options and rotating food truck vendors to local live music and lawn games for the whole family, many guests were seen frequently enjoying the Creamery’s offerings.
Amid the beer garden craze that is evident throughout the country, the Creamery stands out as a place that’s committed to its roots and celebrating the history of the past, present, and future.
The Creamery team is focused on making the upcoming season even better. New this season will be a unique children’s garden on the west end of the property, in addition to the lush gardens that created a beautiful juxtaposition with the industrial space last year.
“We are thrilled to come back this season to continue what we started – to reclaim, repurpose, and reimagine the old Creamery into a new space that fosters community, history, and art,” said Sandra Mulry, who was in charge of the Creamery’s transformation.
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