West Chester — ‘a Craft-Beer-Loving Community’ — Now Has a New Product to Quench Its Thirst

Dan Weckerly
Image via Wrong Crowd Beer.

Wrong Crowd Beer, the first microbrewery with on-site brewing and canning operations in West Chester, is officially up and running on Hannum Avenue, writes Ed Williams for Main Line Today.

The spacious pub and 15-barrel facility features a second-story mezzanine offering views of the beer-making operation. The facility also boasts an industrial look, with poured concrete floors, a full bar, and bench and bar seating. Picnic tables are available outside.

“It took about a year to pull this location together from the beginning,” said Dan Shaw, who co-owns Wrong Crowd with Bob Bagonis. “But we know West Chester is a craft-beer-loving community, and we have faith that our product will help quench that thirst.”

Beer aficionados can choose from more than a dozen options, including the brewery’s Sunderbier IPA, two oatmeal stouts, the hazy Drink Deep session IPA, and The Borough pilsner.

Additionally, the bar offers local spirits and wine, as well as two Big Hill ciders and a Baba’s Brew kombucha for its gluten-challenged guests.

Meanwhile, the kitchen options include artisan pizzas, pilsner-brined roasted wings, lump-crab nachos, and more.

The brewery also offers four-packs and crawlers to go.

Read more about Wrong Crowd Beer in Main Line Today.