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October 31, 2018

Mainstay Independent Brewing taking over Yards' former spot on Delaware Avenue

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Starting Thursday, there will be a new place to grab a beer in Northern Liberties.

Mainstay Independent Brewing Co. is opening a tasting room in the former Yards Brewing Co. location on Delaware Avenue. Yards moved to a larger facility on Spring Garden Street last November.

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Brian O'Reilly, formerly of Sly Fox Brewing, and Andrew Foss, formerly of St. Benjamin Brewing, created the lineup of beers for the new tasting room. There will also be a limited food menu.

According to an announcement on the opening, Mainstay Independent's name "comes from the brewing team's philosophy to create and maintain a balanced portfolio of consistently excellent beers, independently brewed in the city that defined independence."

The tasting room will be part of Craft Hall, a bakery, brew house, and barbecue kitchen concept by FCM Hospitality that is set to open in Northern Liberties in 2019.

"All the brewing has made me thirsty and I couldn't wait to share our beer with the public," said O'Reilly. "While we finish working on all the renovations for Craft Hall, it made sense to get a temporary tasting room ready."

As for Mainstay Independent's hours, it will be open Wednesdays through Fridays from 4 p.m. to midnight, Saturdays from noon to midnight and Sundays from noon to 8 p.m.

The address is 901 N. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19123.

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