Over the past few months we have seen the local community support the food and beverage industry through ever changing restrictions, requirements and standards. Locally owned restaurants in particular have been valued and supported more than ever by those who want to see them continue to succeed through this pandemic. Bowman Development has seen this support through our locally owned restaurants, Bulls and Bears and 28 South. We can’t thank the community enough for what they have done to allow us to remain open and provide jobs for our amazing employees. Many of our tenants have also felt the love of the community and have been able to remain open. We are not discouraged by recent events but rather we’re excited to be working with some other locally owned establishments that will open up in 2020. We hope you choose to support them and welcome them to the area with open arms.
Cushwa Brewing Company
Located in the Bowman Business Park, Cushwa Brewing Company has been a tenant here since 2017. However, they recently expanded into a new space that has doubled their bar, taproom seating area and allowed them to increase production. Cushwa describes themselves as, “providing small batch, experimental beers, creating a new experience every visit”. Their new space will soon feature some of the best brick oven pizzas around by Rad Pies.
10210 Governor Lane Blvd. Suite 2010 Williamsport, MD 21795
Monday and Tuesday- Closed
Homaide Brewing Co
Located in the former Cushwa Brewery Space in the Bowman Business Park, Homaide Brewing Co. is a new startup with a whole lot of hype. Homaide describes themselves as, “a nano brewery dedicated to well-crafted beer in a variety of styles. Embracing traditional + variation recipes using fruit, spices , barrel aging methods / processes to make our craft beverages.”. They look to open within the next few months and we can not wait to sample their delicious beers. With two local craft breweries within walking distance, Williamsport is sure to be a destination for craft beer drinkers.
10212 Governor Lane Blvd. Suite 2010 Williamsport, MD 21795
To Be Determined
Opening in 2020
Downtown Hagerstown is full of interesting architecture, businesses and new concepts. With the recent completion of the Urban Educational Complex, the Maryland Theatre expansion, and numerous other construction initiatives, it seems like downtown is truly the place to be. We are excited to welcome another new business concept downtown into our historic Masonic Temple building on South Potomac Street. Meinelschmidt Distillery will produce, “high-quality whiskeys, bourbons, and vodkas,” and plans to open for the 2020 holidays.
Support Meinelschmidt Distillery:
54 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, MD 21740
Meinelschmidt Distillery’s Website
To Be Determined
Opening in November/December 2020
The Prohibition Hub located in downtown Hagerstown plans to open by August 2020 and it’s sure to be your new hang out spot. Described as an, “old fashioned speak easy where you can enjoy a fine cocktail and a great selection of cigars,” this concept is like no other in the area. Enjoy your drinks on their open air patio or play a game on their regulation shuffle board table. They will also offer delicious small plates of fresh food and snacks. You might even see some local craft beverage options available on their vast menu!
Support the Prohibition Hub
28 South Potomac Street Level B Hagerstown, MD 21740 (Former Avas Space)
To Be Determined
Opening Summer 2020