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Berks County microbrewery Schaylor Brewing Co. has announced a projected April 5 opening date for its new brewpub in the Lebanon Farmers Market.

Schaylor Brewing is taking over the space on the third floor of the market most recently occupied by Red-Headed League, which closed in early March.

Co-owner Lucan Schmidt previously told LebTown that Schaylor will operate the brewpub using a satellite/brewery storage license, which was still in “pending” status with the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board as of publication time.

Read More: Berks County brewery plans to operate brewpub above Lebanon Farmers Market

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