Cox Brewing Close Out Party

Cox Brewing Company Close Out Celebration

As many of you might know, unfortunately, Cox Brewing Company is closing at the end of the year, making Sunday, December 31st their last day of business. (You can read our full article here: Cox Brewing Company (CBC) Announces Closure At End of the Year)

Tomorrow – December 30th, they are throwing an all out party and going away celebration. The garage will be packed, jamming out, and everyone will get to say their final goodbyes to one of the great Central PA breweries. So come out and wish these veterans and this veteran owned brewery a fond farewell.

Last Weekend 🇺🇸

Just a reminder, we are throwing an all-day party tomorrow, Saturday, December 30 (12-10), in hopes of kicking what beer is left and celebrating the wonderful community we built together these last eight years! There will be free food, swag giveaways, and live music.

Dan Jamison 3:00-5:00

Grant Bryan 5:30-7:00

Jordan Silva 8:00-10:00

As long as we have beer left, your last day to say goodbye to the garage is Sunday, December 31, from 12-5.

It’s been one heck of a ride. We’re feeling nothing but gratitude for all of you. Thank you for the love and support for our family business.

Cheers, Nick & Desiree, Tim & Audrey 🍻

Cox Brewing Company – Facebook Post

Cox Brewing Company Closure

See our article: Cox Brewing Company (CBC) Announces Closure At End of the Year for more news, but here is an excerpt.

Cox Brewing Company has been brewing for over eight years in the Rheems / Elizabethtown area of Central Pennsylvania. A huge proponent of home brewers, always offering assistance, as well as running events and local home brew meet ups, as well as participating in the Lititz Brewfest with giving prizes to home brewers.

Their closure will be felt in the brewing community as well as the home brewing community. A staple at many Central PA brewfests – like the Reinaissance Faire Brewfest at Mount Hope, at the Autos and Ales Brewfest in Hershey, the brand new Hershey Brewfest, the Fort Hunter Brewfest, the Lititz Brewfest, the old Lancaster Brewfest, and many more.

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For More Information on Cox Brewing Company

For more information on Cox Brewing Company – check out their Social Media Platforms. But first, Untappd describes Cox Brewing Company thusly:

Cox Brewing Company is a micro brewery from Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. It has 155 unique beers and over 14,500 ratings. It has a global average rating of 3.76 (as of 12.29.23). It’s Untappd description reads: “Cox Brewing Company (CBC) is a veteran-owned brewery located in Elizabethtown, PA in the village of Rheems.”

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