USA, PA: Harty Brewing Co. cancels plan to open brewpub in Camp Hill
Harty Brewing Co. has nixed plans for a Camp Hill satellite brewpub, PennLive.com reported on July 6.
Owners Michael Harty and Lauren Ishaq said they are not opening in the borough at 2101 Market St. in the former Mid Penn Bank building. They did not elaborate on why the decided to cancel those plans.
The couple have operated a nano-brewery at the Shops at Walden development in Silver Spring Township since 2016.
In the meantime, Jeffrey Koury of RSR Realtors in Lemoyne said NextHome Capital Realty is planning to move into the building. The property is listed for sale for $695,000.
Those living in the borough will still have the chance to buy locally crafted beer. Earlier this summer, Millworks in Harrisburg said it is entertaining the idea of opening a tasting room at the former Creative Elegance Boutique on Market Street in Camp Hill.
The once-dry municipality is welcoming businesses licensed to sell booze after voters in the May 2017 primary election decided to end the borough's dry status.
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