our gears, set in stone, by the main entrance

photo courtesy of: Ryan Smith / www.ryansmithphoto.com

We are a small craft brew pub, aiming to produce high-quality, farm influenced ales and lagers with a focus on supporting our local resources and highlighting the Cumberland Valley region of Central Pennsylvania


L-R: Erin Kozloski, Jessee McMath, Heather Gray, Candice McMath, David Kozloski, and LaVan Gray. Taken at DirtFest 2016

Our story began in 2014, when Heather and LaVan Gray introduced their newest friends, Erin and David Kozloski, to Candice and Jessee McMath. All six of us were sharing common interests: enjoying and sharing craft beers, biking (the one you pedal), and good food. We took it upon ourselves to make a beer together, and things rapidly started happening from there. We all live locally, in Chambersburg, PA, and are passionate about what we put in front of our customers, as we constantly aim for the best in quality.


AS OF 11/15/2017 WE ARE OPEN:

Wednesdays* – 4pm – 9pm


Thursdays  –  2pm – 10pm

Fridays  –  2pm – 11pm

Saturdays  –  12pm – 11pm


We fill ALL styles of growlers upon request*

We have two styles of stainless steel, 64 oz. Growlers for sale

32oz. Crowler Cans are also available for takeout*

*price/fill determined at register is dependent on choice of beer and quantity of fill; GearHouse Beers only can be purchased for takeout


We at GearHouse Brewing Company strive for great beer. Our Head Brewer, David, has been professionally fermenting things for over 10 years, and brings his variety of experiences into every beer he creates.
You may not find the same beer each visit, but we hope you find a great beer in your glass every time!

 Interested in a private party or event at GearHouse?

Please email our Events Manager for further information

Are you in a BAND!??  Are you interested in performing at GearHouse?

Please email your contact information and availability here.

Interested in working for GearHouse Brewing Co.??

Are you motivated, self-driven, ready and willing to learn new things? Want to work in an operating brewery?
Please send any requests for further information, or for an application, here.

A local collaboration: chocolate bars made by Nathan Miller Chocolate using previous batches of GearHouse Chocolate Porter to soak the cocoa beans that make the chocolate to make more beer…