Liquid Art Barrel House in Philadelphia is Closing
Last night at 8:15 PM, Liquid Art took to social media through their Liquid Art Barrel House (Philadelphia) page and posted the following message:
It is with great sadness that we announce the closing of the Liquid Art Barrel House in Philadelphia. After just over 6 years, we are unable to continue to support our presence in this fair city. We are shifting our focus to our locations in Chambersburg and Gettysburg, but not without extremely heavy hearts.
There is honestly too much to say about how impactful and memorable the ride has been. Celebrations, experiences and moments from Super Bowls to weddings, birthdays and first dates have affected the course of a lot of our lives. Most importantly for us have been the people we’ve met and had a chance to work with throughout this experience.
We are very thankful for the opportunity to bring Liquid Art into Philly and we are still very much believers in the Spring Arts neighborhood and everything it has going for it. We thank those who believed in us, supported the effort, and those who chose to gave us a shot. Whether you just stopped in for a beer, or saw us every week for a pizza, we are thankful for our customers who supported all our efforts along the way. We’ll miss your faces and presence. And of course, our staff in Philadelphia; consistent through pandemics, starts and stops, changes in direction, we could not have done it without you. You represented us and more importantly defined us in Philly and we couldn’t have asked for better representation and are eternally grateful for everything you’ve brought to Liquid Art.
We will miss you all, and hope to see you sometime at one of our other locations. If you can’t come see us in Central PA, please, please, support your local craft breweries and independent restaurants, now more than ever.
We’d love to hear from you, if you can continue to tag us and share with us your experiences and photos from Roy-Pitz/Liquid Art Barrel House we would forever appreciate it.
A year ago Roy – Pitz Brewing rebranded themselves and changed their names to Liquid Art Brewing. Their Philadelphia location – the Barrel House – has been over for six years (their main location in Chambersburg, has been opened for a bit over fifteen years).
The Barrel House location, was a four thousand square foot space that specialized in barrel aged product and brewing for the brand. The taproom could seat up to 130 customers at a time.
They had a full food menu at the restaurant as well.
For More Information on Liquid Art Brewing
The following information comes from Untappd. Liquid Art Brewing Company is a micro brewery from Chambersburg, PA. It has 149 unique beers, and over 79,000 ratings, with a global average rating of 3.57 (as of 9.15.23). Their Untappd description reads: Roy-Pitz is now Liquid Art Brewing Company! Same beers, people and company but new brand and designs around all our Liquid! Since 2008 the team at Liquid Art Brewing Company has been crafting quality beers and experiences. Liquid Art is an expression of not just the artistry that goes into brewing classic and fringe styles of local beer, but also the artists, craftsmen, chefs, farmers, musicians and so many more that surround the experience of the brand.
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