Braeloch Brewing, the newest brewery in Kennett Square, officially opened its doors to craft beer fans at the beginning of the month, according to a report from Southern Chester County Weeklies.
Kent and Amy Steeves and Matt and Kathy Drysdale have opened the new brewery at 225 Birch Street. The longtime friends wanted to create a gathering place where everybody could feel at home and where Kent could fulfill his passion for brewing craft beer.
The 4,000-square-foot taproom features a 78-foot bar and casual seating, while the brewery is in a former trolley-repair shop built in 1903.
The name Braeloch reflects their vision of offering people a “third place,” which is neither work nor home, where people can enjoy good company.
Kent has been brewing for more than a decade and now offers visitors a cross-section of beers on 12 taps. These include traditional ales and IPAs and more experimental brews from the 10-barrel, on-site brewhouse.
Read more about Braeloch Brewing from Southern Chester County Weeklies here.