After 15 Years Liquid Art Closes Brewery

Shortly after their announcement to close their Philadelphia taproom, Liquid Arts has decided to completely shut down brewing operations. The brewery formerly known as Roy Pitz Brewing announced on social media that after 15 years in business they would be calling it quits, officially closing October 8th.

The announcement also comes just 6 months after they opened a new taproom in Gettysburg.

Liquid Art launched in 2008 when Ryan Richards and Jesse Rotz, childhood friends from a young age, returned to their hometown of Chambersburg to start the brewery in a basement of a 19th-century warehouse. After perfecting their business plan at West Chester University and their recipes at brew school at Siebel Institute in Chicago, they began by focusing on classic German styles served direct to local customers.

The duo built the business around the idea of Liquid Art, infusing craftsmanship not only in the liquid itself but in the culture surrounding the brand and the beers. Since the beginning, art in the form of oil on canvas paintings representing the true nature of the beers themselves adorned the bottles, cans, and bars where it is poured.

The closure will include the final remaining locations; their Beer Stube in Chambersburg and taproom in Gettysburg. You can see the full announcement below.

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