LoSo Brewing Company Coming to Trevose Shopping Center

The new brewery will be located at 1850 Brownsville Rd. in Feasterville-Trevose.
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Craft beer fans will soon be able to enjoy LoSo Brewing Company’s best beers all in one place when they open in the Trevose Shopping Center in mid-Spring of 2022. Bucks County brewers are getting ready to start construction within the 10,000 sq. ft. space at 1850 Brownsville Rd. in Feasterville-Trevose, which has been unoccupied for over two decades.

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LoSo Brewing Company is owned by CJ Joynt, the head brewer, Joe Beatrice, Jeff Perrini, and Matt DiSantis— who are all from Lower Southhampton Township, hence the name LoSo.

“We wanted to stay in the Township, and the Trevose shopping center is kind of the heart of the Township,” Joynt, a homebrewer for 18 years before LoSo was launched in 2019, told What Now Philadelphia. “We got talking to the landlord, and they were really excited about the opportunity to have us. They were finally able to rent that space to a local company looking to help build up the area and give back to the community. That’s why we wanted to stay local.”

LoSo Brewing Company’s new brewing area will take up about 4,000 sq. ft. while the bar and taproom will take up about 6,000. There about 10 taps for LoSo’s original beers with a guest tap or two for other local Pennsylvania beers. They also plan to add state-made wines and spirits to their offings. Customers will be able to bring their own food to snack on or enjoy eats from nearby eateries within the shopping center or food trucks that will come around on the weekend. They are looking into collaborating with other local restaurants for delivery to the brewery. You can currently grab the LoSo Brewing Company’s small-batch beers in cans through distributors, like Trevose Beer and Soda, or on tap at local events and establishments, like Maggio’s Restaurant in Southhampton.

“We’re a local, small business interested in being a pillar of the Lower South community for years to come. We partner with other local businesses whenever possible and donate our time and products for great causes such as Pints in the Park, sponsored by the Cancer Support Community,” their website says.

You’ll find the complete list of where to get LoSo Brewing Company’s o unique brews, like the Battle of Wit, a Belgian Witbier that is sweet and spicy with a citrusy touch, here.

“We focus on small-batch beers made with all-natural ingredients, brewed with meticulous care emphasizing taste over strength. Some of our beers are very powerful, but the alcohol level is a part of the overall beer, not the main component,” their website says. “LoSo Brewing Company was founded with one purpose in mind: putting the best beer possible in your glass, and making you happy we did it!”

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article was updated with comments from co-owner and head brewer CJ Joynt.

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D.G. Sciortino is a journalist, digital media specialist, and founder of Westchester Woman. She has over a decade of experience and has been published on sites like Patch, Reader’s Digest, and Sweet and Savory. D.G. is a fan of comedy and rock and roll and loves crafting works of fiction that inspire love and humanity.
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Ann
Ann
1 month ago

I’m sorry but they actually just kicked a founding member out for no good reason whose wife is battling cancer, that speaks volumes. I will never walk in.

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