USA, PA: Hanovers Miscreation Brewing Company closing its doors for good
After almost six years, Miscreation Brewing Company in Hanover has announced it will be closing its doors for good, the York Daily Record reported on January 10.
The craft brewery in downtown Hanover wrote on January 10 on its Facebook page that it would cease operations this weekend on Jan. 16 after facing irreversible financial burdens from the coronavirus pandemic.
"We understand although this will impact many of our faithful followers/patrons, we take solace in knowing we have fostered many friendships over the past 5-1/2 years that will last a lifetime," the Facebook page noted.
The brewery previously planned to close its doors this month while waiting for Gov. Tom Wolf's indoor dining restriction and additional mandates to be lifted.
However, clearly those plans have changed.
"We cant express enough gratitude to our many employees/team members over the years for their dedication, contributions to the vision and ultimately the customer experience," the announcement notes. "Additionally, we are pleased that we were able to contribute to the revitalization of downtown Hanover and partner with Main Street to bring a vibrant experience to so many."
Central Pennsylvania diners had to say goodbye to a slew of restaurants and bars in 2020. And like Miscreation, most have pegged their demise to the coronavirus pandemic.
Miscreation is offering their Mug Club members a chance to come by the brewery one last time to pick up their mugs and enjoy a free beer before the final keg is tapped.
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