Co-Hops Brewery And Cannery Seems To Have Closed Their Taproom In Hatfield

It would appear that the Co-Hops Brewery taproom in Hatfield has closed. While no official announcement has been made by the brewery there are multiple signs that point to the closure.

When searching the business on Google (as you will see below) their listing shows them as “permanently closed”.

In addition to this, the brewery has seemed to have removed its Facebook page. When searching for the business on the social media platform their business page is not shown.

One final piece of information worth mentioning is from the Central Bucks Cornhole league which regularly held events at the taproom. Earlier this month the cornhole group posted the following on social media noting that the taproom would be closing on January 23rd.

Many will remember Co-Hops for being a one-of-a-kind location within the Pennsylvania beer landscape. Unlike traditional brewing operations, the Hatfield brewery did not operate as a traditional brewing business with the intention to produce its own product. Almost all of their production was done on a contract basis, meaning a majority of the liquid produced from this location is meant for other breweries to sell and distribute.

What made it even more unique was how the business was a craft beer incubator for the industry. Many of the brands produced from this location were from smaller breweries that had no taproom presence but were looking for a way to get their canned product out to customers.

As of this writing, there has been no official announcement of the status of the taproom and brewery in Hatfield. We will continue to update as information is available.

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