Union Brothers Brewing debuts a sick mural at it’s soon-to-be-open taproom!

Union Brothers Brewing Murual
Union Brothers Brewing Murual
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Our friends at Union Brothers Brewing in Harmony, PA recently debuted a serious mural on the fence in front of their soon-to-be-opened tap room.

The mural is an ode to the ‘steel’ roots of Pittsburgh and done by two local artists. Max Gems Gonzalez contributed the front portion of the fence featuring a train and a three workers. Shane Pilster contributed the sides featuring the Carrie blast furnaces on one side and the Union Brothers logo, graffiti style, on the right side.

Owner Zach Waltz told Fueled By Hops they need just a few inspections in order to open, however, as one could expect, the coronavirus concerns have delayed the inspections and thus the grand opening.

Once the brewery is able to receive their final inspections and open to the public, we think you should certainly plan to check it out. Aside from the great beer, visitors to their tap room will be able enjoy their 17,000 square foot patio, fire pits, bocce court, corn hole, live music and more.

No official opening date has been set, however, rumor has it Fueled By Hops will be on hand for opening day.

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