WAYNESBORO, Pa. — 633 Brewing will open to the public on Saturday, Feb. 27, from 4 to 9 p.m. after 16 months of preparation and renovations.
Located at 118 Walnut St. in Waynesboro, next to Montezuma’s restaurant, the craft beer establishment owned by Kevin Barrick and Heather Weeks will be serving up some original craft brews.
“We will have on draft an American ale, a brown ale, a hazy IPA and a Costa Rican cold coffee stout made from Brio Coffeehouse coffee,” Barrick said. “We are breaking in a lot of new equipment, and I’m really pleased with the four we are looking to put out there.”
The interior offers seating, a high-top bar, a photo wall documenting the history of Waynesboro, a stage area for live music and a view into their brew house from the main seating area.
“The installation of the garage door was kinda forced upon us. We wanted a open layout where we could be brewing on a Saturday afternoon and customers could see in, but we were told our brew house had to be totally closed in, but I didn’t want to make the space feel closed in,” Barrick said. “One day we were sitting around looking at the space and we both decided on a garage door with glass. It just so happened that this worked out in our favor and we actually like this design better.”
Opening up a brewery has been a longtime goal.
“Getting a lot of our equipment took a long time, we were still getting equipment up until two weeks ago,” Weeks said. “When you’re opening a business, you…