Appalachia Comes East

Well Appalachia doesn’t really come east but the fourth establishment of the Appalachian Brewing Co. has landed in Eastern Pennsylvania. Opening last Thursday, the Collegeville location isn’t brewing its own beer quite yet but that doesn’t mean there isn’t beer to drink and food to eat.

Appalachian Brewing Company opened its first location in Harrisburg back in 1997. Collegeville  joins Harrisburg, Camp Hill and Gettysburg as locations of the brewpub chain.

Check out Jack Curtin’s rundown for more information.

We’re Not in New Road Anymore, Toto [Liquid Diet]
Appalachian Brewing Company Collegeville [Official Site]

Suburban Snacks: Schulson to Ardmore, Brew Pub to Collegeville

Michael Schulson (Sampan, Izakaya) and Rob Wasserman (Rouge, 500º) are joining forces to bring an American grill to Ardmore. [The Feast]

Pepperoncini Sotto is opening this week in Phoenixville. It’s the sister restaurant to Pepperoncini in Conshohocken. [Philadelphia Inquirer]

Appalachian Brewing is opening a brewpub this May in Collegeville. it is the Central Pennsylvania based brewery’s first foray into the Philadelphia market. [The Beeryard]