Zeroday Brewing Company has officially opened in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The brewery hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony with Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse this week. (I hear a stormtrooper was in attendance too.)
The brewery’s name Zeroday, pays homage to a hiking term that refers to a day spent exploring a town, off the trail.
“We want Harrisburg to be a zero day town,” Theo Armstrong, brewery co-founder said. “It’s a place worth stopping and exploring.”
Zeroday’s launch beers include Firstborn, a dry stout; Wits End, a Belgian Witbier; Cheap Date, American Blonde ale; Dolce Vita, Chocolate Hazelnut Sweet Stout, and Zeroday IPA. Light fare is also served at the brewery, and soon, food trucks on the weekends.
Zeroday Brewing Company
250 Reily Street, Suite 103
Harrisburg, PA 17102
4-11 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, noon to 11 p.m. Saturday and noon to 8 p.m. Sunday.