May 03, 2021
For a long time, 101 N. Washington St. was Havre de Grace’s Green’s pharmacy. It later became a bike shop and also a hair salon. The building sits on the foundation of another building that is said to have been burned down by the British during the War of 1812.
Now, friends, co-workers and business partners Kyle Hurst and Kevin Wilson have turned the site into a nanobrewery, one they hope will become a gathering place for Havre de Grace residents for years to come. The Battery Island Brewing Company officially opened May 1…
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