Back to list January 04, 2018 Hampden Township brewery among projects to land state loans The following article was published in the Central Penn Business Journal on January 4, 2017. Five midstate businesses, including a new brewery in Cumberland County, have received state loans as part of a program to bolster economic development in Pennsylvania. The Wolf administration on Wednesday announced 13 low-interest loans through the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority. Those loans, all fixed at 2 percent and totaling $8.7 million, went to borrowers in nine counties. One of the recipients was Mellow Mink Brewing, which is slated to open this year in Hampden Township. Mellow Mink was approved for a 10-year loan for $98,300. The loan, which was facilitated through the Cumberland Area Economic Development Corp., will help the brewery acquire machinery and equipment to be installed in its facility off the Carlisle Pike. Read the entire story from the CPBJ here.