Victory Brewing today announced the opening of its second brewpub in the Philadelphia area, a 7-barrel brewery and restaurant that seats 220 in more than 8,000 sq. ft. of space.
Dubbed Victory at Magnolia, the brewpub in Kennett Square, Pa. will serve a rotating lineup of both site-specific and signature Victory beers brewed on-premise. The new location will also feature a menu highlighted by traditional pub fare and newly created dishes. The brewpub will be open seven days a week and boast a retail component where consumers can purchase beer, beer-infused food products, and other merchandise.
“We are personally thrilled to be welcomed into the Kennett Square community,” Victory co-founder Bill Covaleski said in a press statement. “Our commitment and support of our local economy have created a dedicated following of fans we hope to have for generations to come.”
Victory currently operates a brewpub in Downingtown, Pa., its home market, making the Kennett Square location its second in a string of brewpub outfits it plans to open. As Brewbound reported in September, the company also plans to build out a brewpub at its second brewery in Parkesburg, Pa., as well as one in Leesburg, Va., its first such endeavor out of state. The company also operates a branded beer hall at Philadelphia’s Xfinity Live! entertainment destination.