633 Brewing Announces Closing Of Waynesboro Brewery This November

633 Brewing will be closing its doors in Waynesboro, after serving the community for about two and a half years. The closing is set as TBD in November after they do one final fundraiser.

The brewery, owned by business partners Kevin Barrick and Heather Weeks, first opened its doors in February 2021 at 118 Walnut Street in Waynesboro. After a little over one year in business, the brewery has already expanded its taproom, doubling in size.

The brewery announced the closure on social media in the following post:

This is an extremely difficult letter to write. After much thought and time reflecting Kevin and Heather have decided to close 633 Brewing in November. It was a hard decision but ongoing family medical issues made us reevaluate our priorities. It is important for us to be with our family in the coming years. To make those memories while we can.

We would like to enjoy the moments. We love all of you that have made 633 your home. We are so proud of what you helped us create for this community especially the money you help us raise for Veterans. We know we will still see most of you and you will be an important part of our lives. Thank you, Kevin & Heather

LAST DAY IBA IN NOVEMBER AFTER WE DO OUR FINAL FUNDRAISER FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY VETERANS AFFAIRS OUTREACH FUND ON VETERANS DAY

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