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The Creamery Pop-Up Beer Garden and Entertainment Venue Opens in Kennett Square

Charlie Collazo of the Institute Bar and Doug Hager of Whetstone Tavern and Brauhaus Schmitz will provide food for the reclaimed multi-dimensional space

Coming to Kennett Square this summer is The Creamery, a pop-up food, drink and entertainment space on the site of a century-old dairy facility that's sat empty for a decade. Beginning today at 5 p.m. The Creamery will feature a veritable smorgasbord of activities for kids and adults, starting with three different food options: the beer garden, serving full lunch and dinner off the grill from Jeremy Nolen, from Brauhaus Schmitz, and the folks at The Industry; sandwiches, salads, fruit and smoothies at lunchtime from The Produce Place; and on Fridays, food trucks.

Four craft cocktails will pour alongside of a rotation of wines and summer-friendly beers on tap and in the can (think 21st Amendment's cult classic Hell or High Watermelon). Adding to the vibe are yard games, a kids' area, live bands, artists and even a private event space.

The Creamery will open Thursdays through Sundays until September 30.

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