Dryville Hotel being converted to Liberty at Dryville | Berks Regional News – 69News WFMZ-TV

ROCKLAND TWP., Pa. - Nestled in a quiet area of northeastern Berks County sits an old watering hole slated to become a new watering hole.

The old Dryville Hotel in Rockland Township is an old hotel and bar that served everyone, from weary travelers to neighbors down the street.

Now, it's in the hands of Tony Reber, who already owns the Liberty Taproom in Exeter Township, the Liberty Ale House in Reading, and the Tavern on Liberty in Allentown. His latest venue, Liberty at Dryville, will be the oldest one yet.

"The building dates back to the mid-1800s," said Reber.

It's an area where there aren't many restaurants and bars to choose from. Reber said he was drawn to that and the hotel's aesthetics and history.

"Things like that kind of spoke to us," said Reber.

He bought the hotel in January, weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic set in. He said now, he has no choice but to be all in and plan for opening in October.

"We're excited to get open and see how it's received in the community and are just happy to be part of the community," said Reber.

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