Pittsburgh has come far since James Parton described it in 1868 as “hell with the lid taken off.” Gone is the industrial valley choked by its own smoke. In its place is an emerging tech hub. Beautiful parks from the Point to Mount Washington. Two major research universities and an eminent medical center. Downtown neighborhoods... View Article
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News October 28, 2014 - Staff
(Press Release) SAN MARCOS, CA—Further expanding their reach in the state of Pennsylvania, Port Brewing and The Lost Abbey have announced they’ve signed with distributor Wilson-McGinley to cover the Pittsburgh market. “We certainly did our homework and due diligence to find the right wholesaler partner to represent our brands in the Western PA region” Said... View Article
Full Pints - Live Beer - Travel - Travel Features Great Beer Towns You’ve Almost Heard Of July 1, 2008 - Mark Lisheron
You have to hand it to Don Russell, although what you had to him might vary depending upon the city where you prefer to drink beer. In Philadelphia, Russell is Joe Sixpack, a man who turned beer into a full time job: reason enough to admire him. He has also rather brazenly declared his hometown... View Article
Beer Travelers - Full Pints July 1, 2006 - Paul Ruschmann
Three Rivers. The Steel Curtain. Heinz ketchup. Pete Flaherty. And now, Da Bus… But would you think of beer if someone yelled out “Pittsburgh”? We were pleasantly surprised recently when we visited the Iron City on a trip across Pennsylvania.
Full Pints - Travel Features September 1, 2005 - Paul Ruschmann
As part of its silver anniversary celebration, All About Beer Magazine asked me to name my 25 favorite American beer cities. Lists like these invite controversy, which isn’t a bad thing. Differences of opinion make for good discussion and are amicably resolved over a pint or two.