In Camp Hill, the High Road Brewing Company will open.
Matt Flinchbaugh has no intention of slowing down.
High Road Brewing Company in Camp Hill is the next project for the owner of Flinchy’s in Lower Allen Township and Home Slice at Walden in Silver Spring Township.
The brewhouse will open in summer 2022 at 1801 Market St. in Camp Hill, in a building owned by Neighbors and Smith.
One Good Woman, Little Black Dress, and Plum Bottom Shoes are among the other stores in the complex, as is High Road.
“It just felt right for Camp Hill.”
Breweries and small local establishments have now been proven to be a trend.
“It’s not going away,” Flinchbaugh stated emphatically.
High Road will be the first brewery in Camp Hill since residents voted to end the town’s dry status in 2017.
Watershed Pub, which opened in the borough in 2020 and serves beer from owner Josh Kesler’s Millworks restaurant in Harrisburg, is an exception.
Flinchbaugh will open High Road Taproom on November 1st, before the official opening of High Road.
In Silver Spring Township, at 146 Walden Way, in the Walden community of Charter Homes and Neighborhoods.
Harty Brewing Co. closed two years ago, and this will take its place.
Flinchbaugh is taking advantage of a bill recently signed by Gov. Rick Scott for the 30-seat taproom.
Tom Wolf has proposed a bill that would give liquor license holders more flexibility by allowing them to have unlimited off-premise catering permits.
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“It raises the bar for us.
“It’s essentially a way to increase revenue at a time when we aren’t hitting our numbers as well as we used to,” he explained.
The taproom will serve food from Flinchy’s and Home Slice, as well as Pennsylvania craft beers, wines, and spirits from nearby Sophia’s at Walden.
As equipment such as fermentation tanks is delivered next year, the Camp Hill project will fall into place.
The brewery will be family-friendly, with a three-tiered deck with an outdoor bar off the front of the building.
“The entire front side of Market Street will have garage doors,” Flinchbaugh said, “so you can sit inside and outside.”
Small plates and shareable foods made with Pennsylvania-sourced “PA Preferred” ingredients, as well as menu favorites from Flinchy’s and Home Slice, will be featured on the menu.
The importance of the… was stressed by Flinchbaugh.
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