Frequently Asked Questions
What are your hours? Regular hours are Fridays and Saturdays only: FRI 4-11p, and SAT 2-11p. We are open Sunday, 12/20 from 12-5p as part of our TWIN PEAKS WEEKEND, too. Stay tuned (and follow us on Facebook) for our upcoming announcement about more hours!
We can host private events in our taproom during the week, too. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for booking information.
Do you have food? Usually! The Asado Wagon by Gaucho lives on the property. But, they are busy and they’re mobile, and they also take the winter off! Check their schedule HERE. You are also welcome to bring food along or order delivery. We have some light snack options for sale, too.
May I sell your beer in our bar or restaurant? Possibly! Email Greg at email@example.com to discuss sales and partnerships.
How do I find your brewery? My maps app can’t find you. We are located at 1958 Varley Street, tucked away in the Spring Hill area of the North Side. We think the easiest way to find us is to take the Chestnut Street exit off of Rt. 28 (the same exit as Penn Brewery), then go down Spring Garden Avenue (past Wigle Whiskey and Threadbare) to Homer Street. Going up Homer will lead you to Varley Street — make a right into our lot. If you see a glass mosaic mural, you are very close! Check our CONTACT page for more directions and details. We promise that our peaceful setting and nice views are worth the voyage.
Is Spring Hill Brewing family-friendly? Absolutely! Kids of all ages and even (on-leash) dogs are welcome. We have some games and non-alcoholic beverages to keep everyone occupied. Sometimes we do hold special events that are best suited for adults. Please check our events page or Facebook for details.
What is your phone number? We don’t have one! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or message us on Facebook.
How do I book a private party at the taproom? We have a variety of event packages and options. Email Sara at email@example.com to discuss. We also have a lovely partnership with the Workingmen’s Beneficial Union (the attached event space), meaning events of nearly all sizes can be held on the property.
Why do you change your tap list so much? We brew on a nano-scale, meaning we are making about 70 gallons of beer per batch. This affords lots of opportunities for experimentation, but it also means we switch things out fairly quickly. Our tap list on this site will have a sample of offerings and we update it often, but sometimes we have to make last-minute adjustments, too.
Do you fill growlers? Nope! We do have limited quantities of bottled beers to go, though.
What do you serve besides beer? In addition to our portfolio of farmhouse ales and meads, we usually have a local cider or wine, a couple of non-alcoholic and ultra-low ABV drinks, bottled pops and bubble water, and a few surprises that surface here and there.
Do you have gift cards? Yep! You can purchase a gift card via Square by clicking here. Your receipt will say Parts Unknown Brewing.
How do I contact you if my question wasn’t answered here? You can reach us on our Facebook page or at firstname.lastname@example.org.