Brewery ARS Lands on West Passyunk

The brothers

The brothers, Sean and Andrew Arsenault

After a year long search, twin brothers Sean and Andrew Arsenault have locked down a home for their Brewery ARS. The brothers, who are both engineers by day (Andrew, an environmental engineer used to work for Victory Brewing), just got the keys for 1927-1929 West Passyunk Avenue. The old double-wide garage will be transformed into a 10 barrel, 1,600 square foot brewery and tasting room.

The brothers are now diving deep into paperwork for state and federal brewing licensing plus the paperwork to convert the old garage into a brand new brewery.

We last heard from the pair in April after they successfully raised $30,000 through a Kickstarter campaign. Today, Sean told us that it was important for their brewery to be in and part of a neighborhood. Something the West Passyunk address will certainly achieve.

Now the next time we get to try their beer it will be brewed in their Passyunk Avenue brewery. Sean describes the beers that Brewery Ars will produce as “yeast forward dry beers,” like saisons. If all goes very well, that could happen as early as May.

Brewery Ars [Foobooz]