Goose Island Brewhouse has shut down its location in Fishtown after greater than 2.5 years on Canal Street, changing into the newest Philadelphia enterprise to shutter on account of the effect of COVID-19.
The Chicago-based brewery made the announcement over the weekend, thanking staff for his or her resilience throughout the pandemic and beer lovers for his or her visits over a previous couple of years.
“Philadelphia has been our second home and we are so appreciative to the city for visiting, sharing beers with us, and allowing us to be part of your hometown,” the homeowners wrote. “Here’s to you, Philly.”
Goose Island rapidly grew to become a preferred place to seize drinks and a meal in 2018, forming a part of the rising leisure hub anchored across the Fillmore Philadelphia. Its giant garden and quick proximity to Punch Line Philly gave it what ought to have been a protracted life in Philadelphia, had been it not for COVID-19.
If it is any comfort — and with so many companies shuttering, it actually is not — the location would appear to have a vivid future each time that day arrives.
Plans for the remainder of the realm proceed to evolve, as Brooklyn Bowl goals to carry a music venue, restaurant, and bowling alley to 1001 Delaware Ave., the previous web site of Revolutions, in some unspecified time in the future sooner or later.
Philadelphia eating places are barred from providing indoor eating by at the very least the remainder of 2020, a part of the town’s technique to include a surge in COVID-19 circumstances and rising hospitalizations throughout the area.