Lost Planet Brewing Brings Passion For Craft Beer And Scratch Kitchen To Montgomery County

One of Pennsylvania’s latest craft breweries opened in Montgomery County in late September 2022 and is bringing a passion for handmade items to the local community. Lost Planet Brewing opened at 301 Walnut Street in Royersford and, as you will see below, has become a must-visit location within the Pennsylvania craft beer landscape.

The brewery is set in what was the first firehouse in Royersford; Humane Fire Engine House No. 1, with firehouse themed decor throughout the taproom. Features such as an antique Gamewell and restored piano (both of which originally came from the building) are paired with more modern items such as rustic fire extinguishers and other memorabilia throughout the taproom.

The 6,500+ square foot building houses the 10-barrel brew house, large taproom, outdoor beer garden, and a second floor space that will eventually be used for both public and private use. The spacious first floor taproom also offers five different big screen TV’s making this the ideal location to catch a game.

See inside thee space from our behind the scenes visit:

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The duo behind the brewery are Kathy Platz and Tom Lacky who will also be the team behind brewing operations. While their passion lies with German-style beers, Belgian’s, and Saisons, they offer a robust variety of beers featured on their 12 tap system (one of which is the famed side pull). At the time of our visit, they had a draft list featuring a Hazy, Pale Ale, Grisette, West Coast, Lite Lager and more.

Craft beer is just part of their beverage offerings. Lost Planet also features a variety of seasonal cocktails, locally made wine, and even canned cocktails. In addition, the brewery has two slushie machines to offer adult themed frozen drinks as well. You can see the complete drink menu here.

The beverages are just the beginning of the handmade menu items. The brewery proudly offers a robust food menu that is handcrafted by their kitchen staff and lead by their executive chef. During our visit, their menu featured items such as smoked chicken wings, Neopolitan style pizza, handheld sandwiches, desserts, and more. As the brewery continues to grow they expect to expand its menu even more to offer a high end beer and food experience that will even include pairings of both for customers to enjoy.

You can see some of the food and beer produced by Lost Planet so far below (photos courtesy Facebook):

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As of this writing, the brewery is open five days a week (closed Monday and Tuesday). The hours of operation are as follows:

Wednesday: 3:00 – 10:00 PM
Thursday: 3:00 – 10:00 PM
Friday: 12:00 – 11:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 – 11:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 – 8:00 PM

To keep up with Lost Planet Brewing be sure to follow them on Facebook and Instagram, and visit them in Royersford.

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