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Conshohocken Brewing Company and Levante Brewing Company Set to Expand

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Great news for beer fans: Conshohocken Brewing Company is expanding. After opening its second location in Bridgeport last August, the brewery will soon be opening two more locations—Phoenixville (230 Bridge St.) and Havertown (13-17 W. Benedict Ave.)

They announced the news on Facebook: “Pretty excited to confirm that we are opening two new spots later this year—in Havertown and Phoenixville. Our new Havertown spot is opening at the former home of Nais Cuisine on Benedict Avenue, and Phoenixville is on Bridge Street at the former home of Heidi Sue Variety. Each location will have a different concept and feel and we couldn’t be more excited to join both neighborhoods!”

The borough of Phoenixville is already home to Iron Hill Restaurant & Brewery, Stable 12 Brewing Company, Crowded Castle and the soon-to-open Root Down Brewing Company.

An exact date for opening hasn’t been announced yet, but the brewery is aiming for late summer or early fall.

Levante Brewing Company also recently announced on Facebook that it will be opening a second outpost in Chester Springs.

Levante is hard at work renovating an 1840s farmhouse at Park Road and Pottstown Pike and hopes to be ready for business prior to Upper Uwchlan’s Annual Block Party on June 17. Levante has partnered with West Chester’s Split Rail Tavern to open the new satellite. Split Rail designed the bar, selected the Pennsylvania-only wine list and cocktail menu, is assisting with staffing and is providing additional hospitality advice. Food will be provided from a rotating list of food trucks.

“Levante at the Stables is an 1840 farmhouse/stable where we’ve preserved the rawness of the original stable and simply built a 32-tap bar around it. We’ll be serving not only our own beers, but Pennsylvania wines and some mixed Pennsylvania cocktails as well,” shares Tim Floros, owner and head brewer. Eric Santostefano, founder, brewer and president, continues, “There will be food trucks, close to 2 acres of outdoor seating and lounging and a chill atmosphere to greet you.”

For now, Levante at the Stables is planning to be open through the summer, although it is possible that the satellite may remain open year-round.

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