April 25, 2012
 Westchester County residents looking to try daring new craft beers won’t need to take a train, but will have to visit the station to find them. Heartland Brewery, the well known New York City restaurant and pub plans to move into Port Chester’s historic 1890 train station building, MTA officials announced.
Heartland, which brews daily will be named “Port Chester Hall” and is scheduled to open in June 2013:
(via Heartland Brewery plans to open in Port Chester station | LoHud Commuting Blog)

 Westchester County residents looking to try daring new craft beers won’t need to take a train, but will have to visit the station to find them. Heartland Brewery, the well known New York City restaurant and pub plans to move into Port Chester’s historic 1890 train station building, MTA officials announced.

Heartland, which brews daily will be named “Port Chester Hall” and is scheduled to open in June 2013:

(via Heartland Brewery plans to open in Port Chester station | LoHud Commuting Blog)

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