With summer knocking on the door, Harmony Brewing is prepping for another busy season of thirsty beer lovers and hungry pizza fanatics.
To accommodate the summer surge, Harmony’s owners have begun the process of acquiring more space for the popular Eastown location.
According to co-owner, Barry Van Dyke, “We have been busting at the seams pretty much from day one in Eastown. This will allow us to continue doing all of the things that we’ve been really successful at with more elbow room for our customers and staff.”
The location in question is 1540 Lake Drive, which is currently home to a Subway franchise. On June 8, Harmony Brewing will attend a City Planning Meeting to finalize their plan. By Mid-June, the brewery aims to close the deal.
Plans for the new space include additional indoor seating, an expansion and improvement of the Beer Garden, and the addition of a second kitchen with the sole purpose of pizza carry-out and delivery.
Although the project is still in its early stages, there is already excitement brewing within Harmony management. To Barry, the expansion is necessary, exclaiming, “Eastown needs a kick ass beer garden!”
The expansion will also allow Harmony Brewing to deliver their award-winning pizza and crowlers of beer directly to customers.