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Old 01-20-2013, 06:35 PM   #71
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Pittsburgh's much the same, and what few small brewers we have are so-so...Church Brew Works (just what the name says, a brewery in a big ol' church, with the fermenters right up on the altar), FOundry Ale Works (though I think they may have gone under), Penn Brewing, and the best of the bunch is tiny little East End Brewing. Some good beer bars, particularly if you like Belgians, and a couple of great sixpack shops. If I go to the Beer Cave, it seems like I can find damn near any beer someone mentions on this board (mild exagerration), and they'll let you mix and match to make 6ers.
Was there about 3 months ago and saw a shirt in the Strip District
"A Drinking Town With A Football Problem"
I think that sums up the whole Pittsburgh experience.

 
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