This York County brewery is moving to another spot in the Midstate

YORK COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM)– A local brewery announced that it will be moving to another spot in February.

The plan for Hell In a Bucket Brewery in Wrightsville is to move to another building in Lancaster County, the brewery posted on Facebook Thursday.

Eager customers will have to wait until Feb. 15 rolls around, the brewery wrote, because that is when it hopes to be open to the public at its new building. The last day they will be open in York County is Feb. 3

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When the brewery opens at the former Stanley’s Trailside building, found at 392 E. Front St in Marietta Borough by the Northwest River Trail, they will have a full kitchen, the post reads.

“As many of you already know, we will be moving Hell In A Bucket Brewing to Marietta next month,” the brewery wrote. “Our last day in Wrightsville will be February 3rd. We hope to be open to the general public on February 15th. We purchased the restaurant formerly known as Stanley’s Trailside(392 E. Front St.).”

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The brewery wrote that they would release more details about the move in the near future.

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