Sly Fox Brewing Co. of Pottstown plans to open a restaurant in a former outlet building in Wyomissing.
John Giannopoulos, a managing partner of the brewing company, said the 5,900-square-foot restaurant could be open as early as late summer.
The restaurant will be in the former Dooney & Bourke outlet, which was part of the former VF Outlet Center.
The building is now known as The Knitting Mills in Wyomissing and is a $70 million mixed-use redevelopment project by Philadelphia’s Equus Capital Partners, which is expected to include office, retail and restaurant space.
Sly Fox has operated a brew house and eatery in Phoenixville since 1995, and a brewery and tasting room in Pottstown.
The Phoenixville location is a sit-down restaurant with casual American fare. The tasting room serves lighter, self-serve fare including brick oven pizza, sandwiches and salads.
Giannopoulos said the Knitting Mills restaurant will be more in line with the atmosphere and menu of the Pottstown tasting room.
“We do sell a lot of beer in Berks County,” he said. “We’re excited to get started and become a part of the community.”