Saturday April 16th, 2022 * 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Come join us for an ADULT Easter Egg Hunt and to see what the drunken Easter Bunny brought to the brewery.
You will be able to get an egg for every beer you buy, and each will have a prize inside!
Thursday February 17th, 2022 * 7:00 PM
The Middleburg/Mason-Dixon Line Historical Society will meet at the State Line Ruritan Building, 15481 Park Drive, located off Route 11 at the State Line, PA Community Park.
Guest speakers are Hope Berger Bigler and William Berger from Franklin County, PA.
Hope Bigler is the owner of Undone Kombucha, a brewery business in Chambersburg, PA.
The program will be “Kombucha: Its History, Mystery and Future.”
Kombucha is a fermented tea enjoyed for its flavor and health benefits.
The presenters will share the history of this ancient beverage and present the process of making Kombucha.
They will discuss ancient myths of health cures surrounding this drink, its current acceptance in the USA, and its future.
The public is invited, free. Visit www.middleburgmasondixon.org or call 301-739-0357.
Tuesday Nights October 26th – December 21st * 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Come support local Food Truck vendors and the Brewers Tuesday Nights at Roy-Pitz Brewery.
Ample outdoor seating, outdoor games, music, brewery tours, special beer releases and Q&A with the brewers of Roy-Pitz.
We’re taking advantage of all of our outdoor space and new pavilion to spark up Tuesday nights around the brewery.
We are re-opening the Brewers Den (former Growler Room) located in the Production Brewery (basement of 140 N Third).
Enter down the ramp under our awning in the parking lot.
Stube & Side Slice will be closed during events, this is a limited chance to visit the brewery, sample new releases, and enjoy Roy-Pitz favorites available for purchase on tap in our Beer Garden and new Outdoor Pavilion Spaces along with a great local food truck options weekly.
We’ll update our weekly food truck menu and special events and releases here each week.
Join us as we make Tuesday nights around Roy-Pitz a beer and food destination this fall!
Food runs till 8:00 PM and last call is 8:30 PM. Outdoors close at 9:00 PM
Franklin County Visitors Bureau (FCVB) showcases fresh food and great dining in Franklin Fresh Food & Dining Guide. Franklin County has an abundance of freshness to share. The county ranks second in vegetable production in the state, is home to the Chambersburg peach, and yields 850 million pounds of milk annually. With such a variety of fresh foods, foodies love Franklin County.
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