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Crime & Punishment Brewing Announces Grand Opening

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Crime & Punishment team showing off their June zoning approval.

At long last, Brewerytown’s Crime & Punishment Brewing Co. is opening. The delayed brewpub has set Saturday, July 11th as its grand opening.

The brewpub is kicking its opening off with a ticket only event from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. A $25 ticket gets you a commemorative glass, two beers of your choosing and kielbasa with sauerkraut.




After 2 p.m., Crime & Punishment will be open to the public with snacks available and food trucks nearby ($10 can also get you a beer and commemorative glass). And if the brewpub is hit with large crowds, a couple of beers will be available across the street at Brewerytown Beats.

Normal hours will begin on Thursday, July 16. The brewpub will initially be open Thursdays through Sundays.

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Another Delay for Crime & Punishment Brewing

zoning-crime-punishment-400Crime & Punishment Brewing Company has hit another roadblock as it attempts to open a brewpub on Girard Avenue in Brewerytown. The City of Philadelphia is claiming that the property must be zoned as Limited Industrial before it can open. The C&P team points out that other brewpubs in the city function under CMX zoning, which the Girard Avenue location currently is zoned as.

A zoning hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, June 17th at 2 p.m. and the Crime & Punishment crew is requesting friends and supporters to sign a petition in support of the brewery.

Crime & Punishment is also presenting at the Brewerytown/Sharswood Community Civic Association this Thursday at the Camelot Academy (26th and Jefferson) at 6:30 p.m.




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The Smell of Beer Returns to Brewerytown

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Crime & Punishment’s Adam Fussaro

Over the weekend, Brewerytown’s Crime & Punishment Brewing Co. began brewing its first production beers. It marks the first time the Philadelphia neighborhood, named for its at-one-time numerous breweries, has had the smell of brewing in the air for more than twenty years.

In the fermenters and conditioners, Crime & Punishment’s Pale Ale, IPA and Farmhouse beers. It won’t be long now before the beer starts pouring.




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