Trouble’s End Brewing Will Open With Beer, Food, and Music in Collegeville

Three Pistola's veterans, including co-ower Casey Parker, will take over the former Appalachian Brewing Co. space.

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A new brewery with a Philly connection is coming to Collegeville. Trouble’s End Brewing will take over the former home of Appalachian Brewing Co. that shuttered last December, reports.

The family-friendly Montco brewery, pub, and music venue at 50 West Third Avenue is a collaboration between Pistola’s veterans Dave and Nick Bellenzeni, Pistola’s co-owner Casey Parker, and brewer Zach Svoboda, most recently of Forest & Main in Ambler. Chef Kris Serviss, owner of Northeast Philly’s Culture on the Circle, will head up the kitchen.

The bar will feature 25 taps and an American menu. Expect a handful of Svoboda’s beers on offer as well as outside brews, cocktails (both boozy and zero-proof), and wine on draft. Parker will handle bookings for the venue.

Look for Trouble’s End to open its doors this fall.