During the 1800's and into the 20th century, Manayunk was known for the manufacture and sales of fine textiles, and Krook's Mill, now the Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant, was one of the linchpins of that then booming industry. Anne Dawson opened the mill in 1822 at the mouth of the Manayunk Canal and the Krook family followed with the existing building just short of 100 years later in 1912. A cornerstone from the first mill was placed in the new building. Krook's Mill closed its doors in 1992. Don't miss the antique scale in the downstairs pub which was used to weigh the wool brought into the factory.
Harry Renner IV brought the large mill factory back to life as a space for retail business, a fine eatery, a brewery and as an entertainment complex for both neighbors and visitors alike to enjoy. Their first batch of fresh-brewed beer was tapped on October 17, 1996.
Sunday Brunch Live Jazz & Buffet 10:30am to 2:30pm