Roy-Pitz Brewing Company has realized great success from investing in our liquid artists. There are many similarities between beer and food, so we thought it was about time to invest in our own culinary artists. The food side of RPBC, like the brewery, had very humble beginnings. Our kitchen began with just sandwich fridge and a panini press. Thanks to the talent of Chef Sock and his culinary team, those modest tools pumped out many delicious sandwiches over the years. Sure, two years ago Chef Sock could have found work in a full size kitchen, but he knew that if he turned out the best paninis possible, the day would come when he would have a full kitchen of his own to pair great food with great beer.
We are extremely excited to share that the day has finally come. We have invested in a complete kitchen renovation and build out at The Stube in Chambersburg. Chef Sock and his fellow culinary artists have spent the last couple of months coming up with a menu to embody the Roy-Pitz spirit of classic favorites with an artistic twist. He has invested heavily in his community by sourcing local ingredients as much as possible.
Our new menu is now live on our site, and we invite you to come join us in Chambersburg and enjoy our unique combination of culinary and liquid artistry, local ingredients, and a social and relaxed environment.