While your trip has long been over, just for others in the pittsburgh area.
Bocktown was alright. I'll be blunt, a cook gave me grief because I pronounced "Weyerbacher" WAYer instead of WIREr. They still didn't have their imperial pumpkin.
Waiter was nice and did his best.
(I was at their Beaver Valley Mall location) Only 1 trip there.
Hollywood Gardens in Rodchester http://www.hollywoodgardensbar.com/index.html
I saw was unmentioned. I guess it is about 30 mins from Pittsburgh. IMO its worth the trip. They only have 300 some beers, but have 20 some on tap. The waiter we had was also very knowledgeable on the beers they had. It is bit of a hipster kinda place, poorly lite, industrial feel, open ceilings, etc. Drink another you won't care. Its similar to Bocktown that you can walk into their "Beercave" and have a look at their selection. Foods pretty cheap too. If your there and like tattoos, check out Crayons, its only a block or two away, went to school with one of the artist there. Also only 1 trip there, BUT! Founders Brewing was there giving out FREE samples of their Breakfast Oatmeal stout and their IPA. MMMMMMM free beer
North Country Brewery http://northcountrybrewing.com/welcome.htm
Another unmentioned but an hour away. A little pricey, they do limited their "high octane" beers to two, but they brew all their own beers. Foods pretty good too, just a little pricey like I said. Not far from 79
Full Pint http://fullpintbrewing.com
I didn't see them mentioned either, I had heard one of the guys from North Country left and started Full Pint with a couple other brewers, but thats just hearsay. I don't know the true story. All I do know is their "Night of the Living Stout" is perfect. I've haven't had their Perc E Bust or the TRI-PA. The Chinookie is very hoppy, very. All of it is pretty good. The Festavis is also pretty good. I don't see it listed on their "soon to be open" site.
Please let me know if their is a Pittsburgh thread, this was just the first I came across.