Sterling Pig Public House to Open in West Chester this Week
The 3,900 square-foot location is bringing its award-winning brews to the heart of Chester County.
Photo courtesy of Sterling Pig Brewery.
The wait in West Chester is over for the borough’s newest brewery, opening this week. A sibling pub to its Media homebase, Sterling Pigs Public House brings its well-loved concept of solid brews and barbecue to the heart of West Chester. “I have been going out to West Chester for many years. I really enjoy the area, especially the many restaurants this area has to offer. We felt like it would be a great fit for our second location,” says CEO Loic Barnieu.
The Public House will offer an award-winning inventory of Sterling Pig’s own beers like Big Gunz and Shoat, the Snuffler and the Baltimore Pike Porter on nitro, all from The Little Piggy Series, as well as other local suds. Several of the 24 taps are also currently pouring craft cocktails and ciders.
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Executive chef Will Tankeloff is manning the kitchen and will feature the classic pub fare that guests of the Media location rave about, plus some new surprises. Lunch service is scheduled to begin next week.
The 3,900 square-foot location features exposed brick, several TVs behind the bar and a garage door façade, which floods the space with natural light. Upcycled eclectic furniture provides a casual rustic vibe.
113 W. Market St., West Chester.