Get fired up to drink amazing craft beer from over 40 Pittsburgh-area breweries while hanging out in the historic former blast furnace power house and one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks.
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A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Rivers of Steel Heritage Corporation and their mission to promote resource conservation and development, heritage tourism, cultural and educational programs and economic revitalization in the greater Pittsburgh area.
East End Brewing Company – Larmer
Helltown Brewing Company – Mount Pleasant
Grist House Brewing Company – Millvale
Church Brew Works – Pittsburgh
Draai Laag Brewing Company – Millvale
Four Seasons Brewing Company – Latrobe
Brew Gentlemen – Braddock
Apis Mead – Carnegie
Arsenal Cider House – Lawrenceville
Butler Brew Works – Butler
Eleventh Hour Brewing – Lawrenceville
Full Pint Brewing Company – North Versailles
Spoonwood Brewing Co – Bethel Park
Hitchhiker Brewing Company – Mt. Lebanon
Hop Farm Brewing Company – Lawrenceville
Laurel Highlands Meadery – Herminie
North Country Brewing Company – Slippery Rock
Reclamation Brewing Company – Butler
Cellar Works Brewing – Sarver
ShuBrew – Zelienople
Rock Bottom Brewery – Homestead
Rivertowne Brewing – Export
Rusty Gold Brewing – Canonsburg
Pittsburgh Brewing Company – Pittsburgh
VooDoo Brewery – Meadville
Dancing Gnome Beer – Sharpsburg
Levity Brewing Company – Indiana
The Blue Canoe Brewery – Titusville
Bloom Brew – West Newton
Abjuration Brewing – McKees Rocks
Insurrection Ale Works – Heidelberg
Brewtus Brewing Company – Sharon
Noble Stein Brewing Company – Indiana
Mindful Brewing Company – Castle Shannon
Helicon Brewing – Oakdale
Conny Creek Brewing Company – New Kensington
Allegheny City Brewing – North Side
War Streets Brewery – North Side
Big Rail Brewing – Harmony
Fury Brewing Company – Irwin
Crooked Tongue Brewing – Edinburg
Quinn Brewing Company – North Huntingdon
Recon Brewing – Butler
Clarion River Brewing Company – Clarion
Whitehorse Brewing – Berlin
Aurochs Brewing Company – Emsworth
412 Brewery – McKees Rocks
Erie Brewing Company – Erie
It’s pretty simple. We love Pittsburgh. And we love beer. Our mission at Beers of the Burgh is to showcase and celebrate the diverse craft-brewing community unique to our city. With over 30 established breweries in the area, and even more in development, we’re committed to providing a resource for people to stay exposed to each and every one of them.
Through semi-annual events and weekly blog profiles, Beers of the Burgh will keep the craft beer community connected, from brewers to bar owners to ale enthusiasts of every kind. And because we want to do our part for the city we love, each Beers of the Burgh event will each be held in benefit of a local nonprofit organization. We believe in a strong correlation between the growth of craft beer in Pittsburgh and the growth of Pittsburgh as a whole. Cheers to 3 rivers... united by beer.
Rivers of Steel Heritage Corporation conserves, interprets and develops historical, cultural and recreational resources throughout western Pennsylvania, with a mission to link our colonial and industrial heritage to the present and future economic and cultural life of the region and the communities it serves. Rivers of Steel works to both celebrate our past and embraces our future, by connecting people to their environs.
To achieve these ends, Rivers of Steel fosters and promotes resource conservation and development, heritage tourism, cultural and educational programs and economic revitalization in partnership with hundreds of local communities in the greater Pittsburgh area, and along the Monongahela, Allegheny and Ohio River valleys, the very places that gave birth to the most powerful industrial heartland the world has ever seen.
Beers of the Burgh is committed to keeping our events sustainable and environmentally friendly. Through partnerships with the Pennsylvania Resources Council and Zero Fossil Energy Outfitters, we've been able to divert waste from landfills to compost or recycling centers AND conduct previous festivals using clean, solar energy.
As we continue to grow, we're constantly looking for ways to further reduce our carbon footprint through innovative practices and like-minded partnerships.