The craft brewing scene is currently taking Pittsburgh by storm. Not a month goes by where you don’t hear about some unusual off-the-wall creation or brewery opening up in the region.
It is our lofty goal to visit all of the breweries that are popping up in our great city, and in this guide we’ll be sharing some of the best and most unusual. So if there is a brewery out there producing something unique or getting outside of the IPA overload scene, you can be certain we will feature it here (and don’t worry, we’ll check out the hops heavy ones too).
Voodoo Brewery in Homestead
As far as breweries are concerned, Voodoo Brewery’s Homestead taproom hits all of the best points: a wide selection of delicious beer, an incredible ambiance, and a decent food offering from their Foodoo food truck.
In a way, a visit to this brewery is an assault on your senses as the walls and ceilings are covered with chalk board art, the food truck design looks like something out of mural of graffiti, and I would be lying if I didn’t say that I spent the first few minutes in the brewery appreciating its beauty before even considering the beer.
When it came time to order, we had a significant challenge ahead of us as Voodoo Brewery offers roughly six permanent beers as well as six seasonal beers that rotate throughout the year. We sampled several of their beers including a fruit infused Belgian tripel, a strong coffee stout that is one of the most flavorful we’ve ever had, a Polish lager, and a Belgian wheat ale with strong citrus flavors and spice notes.
Voodoo Brewery has everything we look for, and we look forward to returning many times in the future.
Voodoo Brewery‘s local taproom is located at 205 E 9th Avenue in Homestead.
Roundabout Brewery in Lawrenceville
If you’re looking for less-than traditional craft beers (read: probably not overloaded with IPAs), you will want to check out the draft list at Roundabout Brewery in Lawrenceville.
This rather small brewery opened its doors in 2013 and is home to a constantly changing tap list that cycles in new beers every month. During our visit we sampled an apricot flavored Berliner Weisse, a tart beer produced through sour fermentation; Ginga Wheat, a wheat beer infused with strong flavors of ginger; and Black Possum, a black lager with notable coffee and chocolate flavors.
The flavors in these beers may take a few sips to get used to as they are not what you’d likely expect when ordering, but after being confronted with overly hoppy beers at other breweries, where each seems to want to have more hops than the last, it is refreshing to try something new.
We’re keeping an eye on Roundabout Brewery as although they are quite small, the potential to be something amazing is there. I can’t wait to see what they will be doing in a few years’ time.
Roundabout Brewery is located at 4901 Butler Street in Lawrenceville.
Hop Farm Brewing Co. in Lawrenceville
For the longest time we never visited Hop Farm Brewing Co. because the name suggested that their beers would be, well, hoppy! (If you can’t tell, we’re not really big fans.) It wasn’t until trying their beer at a local event that we realized they offer far more than the hoppy IPAs we are not into, and we knew we had to go.
During our visit we were able to try all of the beers on the menu, ranging from barrel aged red ales, low IBU specialty ales, a very delicious coffee porter, as well as a seasonal sour cranberry Berliner Weiss (and a barrel aged counterpart that was completely different) which ended up being our favorite of the bunch. Toss in a few of their delicious sausage sandwiches and you have a good night out in the Burgh.
Hop Farm Brewing Co. is located at 5601 Butler Street in Lawrenceville and is open Wednesday through Sunday.
Cinderlands Beer Co.
Cinderlands Beer Co. is a trendy brewery located in the heart of Lawrenceville that focuses on house made beer, cocktails, and a relatively modest food menu. The ambiance is hip and trendy and is a perfect reflection of everything Lawrenceville has become.
We visited this one on opening weekend and sampled four of the five available beers on tap- the test piece (a NE IPA), the Passionfruit Whipper (a berlinner weisse with passionfruit), the Blazing Crude (a coffee milk stout made with cold brewed Ethiopian coffee and steeped orange peels), as well as the cobra tonic (a tea and turmeric infused kolsch).
It isn’t often that we sing the praises of all the beers we try at a brand new brewery, but we quite enjoyed all of the ones we sampled. The IPA was not too strong on the hop flavors and had a nice clean finish, the passionfruit berlinner weisse had a tart kick without being too tart, the cobra tonic had a nice strong ginger flavor with backend notes of tea, and the blazing crude packed in some powerful flavors (and a nice kick from the 7.5% abv).
Overall, for opening weekend the beer here was better than average- giving us high hopes for what comes next!
Cinderlands Beer Co. is located at 3705 Butler Street in Lawrenceville.
Eleventh Hour Brewing Co.
Eleventh Hour Brewing (or 11th Hour Brewing, depending on how you search for them), opened in Pittsburgh’s Lawrenceville neighborhood just off of the main strip of Butler Street in late 2017.
We visited shortly after opening while the brewery was still releasing their beers as beta products, and they had a fairly straight forward offering of a mosaic IPA, pale ale, oatmeal stout, and Belgian blonde to name a few. The IPA and the Belgian blonde stood out as being our favorites as they were crisp and clean iterations of popular brews. In fact, their Belgian blonde is perhaps one of the best we’ve had in recent memory as it had a nice bite you’d expect from a Belgian without any weird aftertaste the brews sometimes have.
Although we can’t say much more for Eleventh Hour just yet as they have only recently opened, we have to say that the beers, space, and food truck lineup we’ve seen so far gives us reasons to be encouraged. But as Lawrenceville’s fifth brewery, they also have solid competition to stand out from as well. Here’s to their success, and a future return on our part once their offering improves!
Eleventh Hour Brewing Co is located at 3711 Charlotte Street in Lawrenceville.
Spoonwood Brewing Co. in Bethel Park
Located in the South Hills in Bethel Park, Spoonwood Brewing Co, is making a name for itself not only for their wide selection of craft beers but also for their attached restaurant that serves a full menu complete with ample bar fare and perfectly executed wood-fired pizzas.
During our visit we sampled several beers, including their cream ale, Belgian strong ale, chocolate stout, and a smoked amber ale- a decent cross-section of their lower IBU offering. As far as traditional craft beer styles go, Spoonwood Brewing Co. does a great job at the essentials, with the Belgian strong ale being one of the best iterations you can find thanks to its strong fruity notes. The smoked amber ale was also a delicious offering as the smoke flavor did not overwhelm the constituent flavors as is often the case in beers of this style.
The rest of their draft list begins to push the boundaries of brewing slightly, with coffee ale made from local roasters and barleywine being two unique features on their menu. However, if you are looking for something a bit different from the standard craft beer spread you may not find it here (although if you take the time to make a visit, I’m sure you will not be disappointed in their offering in the slightest).
It is worth noting that our visit to Spoonwood Brewing Co was on a busy Saturday night that found the brewery approaching capacity, with a significant portion of the seats being occupied by young families with a lot of children. Although this was a bit unexpected for us when visiting a brewery, based on staff conversations we overheard it is a good bet for you to anticipate this being the case during your visit as the large dining room and robust menu makes this one a popular spot for families.
Spoonwood Brewing Co. is located at 5981 Baptist Road in Bethel Park.
The Brew Gentlemen Beer Company in Braddock
On the outskirts of Pittsburgh lies the city Braddock, and within it is The Brew Gentlemen Beer Company. It may be a bit of a stretch for some to make the drive out to visit this brewery, but your effort will be certainly rewarded if you make the trip. The taproom here gives an aura of sophistication with a minimalist design including a long draft line of identical spouts with no labels and a gentlemanly bar staff wearing formal button-up shirts and ties. Samplers are priced individually, with most being about $2-$3. Our selection included three wheat beers as well as the saison and coffee stout.
It is not often that an entire sampler plate get positive exclamations from us, but some how the Brew Gentlemen did it. The coffee stout had a rich, full body and a strong aroma and flavor of coffee. The saison had just enough hops for us to notice, but was immediately overtaken with floral and citrus notes as the hops flavor quickly went away (another bonus for us). The true gems of the night were White Sky, a chai infused wheat beer, and Garden Party, a seasonal cucumber infused wheat beer served with a twist of lime. Normally these descriptions are turn-offs, because more often than not you do not get the flavor that is promised. But in these you do, and when we say that the flavors of chai and cucumber are strong and in your face in their respective beers, we mean it. Neither sound like they go with beer, but for some reason, some how, it works.
Our only problem at the end of the night was to figure out which we liked more. In the end it was a draw as Angie’s love of Indian chai spice and my affinity to the cucumber wheat resulted in a stalemate. A very delicious stalemate.
The Brew Gentlemen Beer Company is located at 512 Braddock Avenue in Braddock, Pa (just past the Squirrel Hill Tunnel).
Draai Laag Brewery in Millvale
Did you know that the greater Pittsburgh area is home to a Belgian brewery that focuses on wild and sour fermentation? We didn’t, and it was only recently that we found out about Draai Laag in Millvale even though they have been opened for several years.
Their sole purpose in the brewing scene is to expand the science of sour and wild fermented beers, and with a current portfolio featuring about two-dozen beers ranging from Belgian ales, sour beers, to seasonal lambics, they’re really getting the job done right.
I had the privilege of listening to Dennis from Draai Laag talk about his love of the science of fermentation and using wild micro-organisms in brewing, and he had me convinced that Pittsburgh is truly lucky to have him here. Not only are they expanding the flavor combinations in beer (naturally, without artificial flavors), they’re doing it using local yeast strains found nowhere else in the world.
Overall, Draai Laag has some of the finest beers we’ve tried in Pittsburgh- although our love for European brew may be making us a bit biased when it comes to this local gem. In any case, you should definitely check this one out and be sure to follow their Facebook page to be notified when limited edition barrels are available- they go way too fast!
Draai Laag is located at 501 E. Ohio Street in Millvale. Do not let the address fool you, it is indeed Millvale and not the North Side despite the same street name.
Grist House in Millvale
Right down the road from Draai Laag in Millvale is the Grist House. This brewery hits all of the major points we look for in a place to grab a draft beer, namely: a varied and large traditional draft list, a great ambiance (they’re dog friendly!), the ability to see the brewing floor while drinking, and a packed house.
In between petting the dogs and sampling food from the visiting food truck, our first visit involved a tasting tray including five beers as well as a generous “sample” of a sixth which ended up being roughly the same size as the tasting beer (did I mention at no extra charge?).
The beers covered the spectrum of common craft beers ranging from our favorite, hefewiezens and American wheat, all the way to rich coffee porters, kolsch, and hoppy IPAs. On the lower hops spectrum all of the beers at Grist House were very aromatic and had strong flavor profiles with fruit flavors dominating the palette in combinations we would not have expected.
Grist House also has limited-run, high ABV barrel-aged beers that occasionally make an appearance (we sadly missed the most recent which ended its run before our last tasting), as well as experimental beer lines with periodic productions meaning that this one truly has enough for everyone, regardless of what flavors you enjoy.
If you’re in the mood for Saturday brewery hopping, a trip to Millvale to visit Grist House and Draai Laag should be on your must do list very, very soon.
Grist House is located at 10 East Sherman Street in Millvale. Sadly, the tasting trays are no longer offered at Grist House, but you can grab a growler to go and go axe throwing at Lumberjaxes a few blocks over!
Church Brew Works in Lawrenceville
If ambiance is something you desire to have while visiting a brewery, look no further than Church Brew Works in Lawrenceville- one of Pittsburgh’s oldest and most iconic microbreweries.
As its name suggests, Church Brew Works is located inside a decommissioned Roman Catholic Church (the historic St. John the Baptist church, to be precise). The altar includes fermentation equipment on display for all to see, the pews are replaced with dining tables for patrons to enjoy its expansive restaurant menu, the stained glass is as beautiful as the day it was installed, and the slogan “on the eighth day, man created beer” is visible just about everywhere.
The beer menu itself is quite robust and includes over a dozen different styles of beer, including a Dunkelweizen (a dark wheat beer) and Baltic Porter (full of smokiness and spices) that I was able to sample on a recent visit. As far as the restaurant is concerned we are personally not the most impressed with the menu; however, this does not discourage us from visiting when we’re in the mood for a beer in a truly unique setting as this one.
Church Brew Works is located at 3525 Liberty Avenue in Lawrenceville.
Penn Brewery in the North Side
Out of all of the breweries featured in this list, Penn Brewery is one of the only ones operating in a historic brewery building (that is approaching 170 years old), giving it an incredibly unique vibe that is more reminiscent of a European brewer than of a small producer that only opened in the USA 30 years ago.
The staple beers on the menu here include a Pilsner, Dark, Gold, Weizen, Kaiser Pils, and Biergarten IPA- a very standard assortment you’d come to expect from breweries in the city. The flavors of these beers are about as true-to-form as they come, which means that they’re decent iterations of the style but do little to stand out among a sea of competition- both in the local and national scenes.
Where Penn Brewery shines, however, are in their seasonal beers and new experimental creations which have come about in recent years (more than likely to help stand out in the city’s growing craft beer scene). Keep an eye out for the Tangerine Swirl, Hot Ginger, and German Chocolate Cake Stout (without the coconut rim) for some truly delicious creations we have not seen anywhere else.
Penn Brewery also features a full restaurant menu featuring an assortment of bar fare and German menu items. If you’re in the mood for a bite to eat, be sure to try the pretzels as they were worth the visit alone. Penn Brewery also hosts many events throughout the year, including one of the largest Oktoberfest celebrations in Pittsburgh.
Penn Brewery is located at 800 Vinial Street in the North Side.
Allegheny City Brewing in the North Side
Allegheny City Brewing opened its doors in Pittsburgh’s Deutschtown neighborhood in late 2016, much to the joy of North Siders looking for a supplement to the iconic Penn Brewery.
This brewery produces an incredible selection of beers, with eight on tap at any given time. A decent percentage of the beers are of the flavored variety, and include gems such as the Allegheny Common (a brown ale aged on Commonplace Coffee beans- tasting more like a smooth porter), a Graham Cracker Porter, a Habanero Stout, and Ginger in the Rye (ginger beer aged in rye whiskey barrels) to name a few found during our recent visit.
Our favorite of the bunch was the Funkhauser, a funky farmhouse that had the nose of an IPA (something we traditionally do not enjoy) but the body of a session ale that we could keep drinking all day. This is dangerous because, as North Side residents ourselves, we just might do that.
Allegheny City Brewing is located at 507 Foreland St. in the North Side.
Rivertowne Brewing in the North Side
When you hear the name Rivertowne Brewing, your first thought may be about PNC Park thanks to the Hall of Fame Club restaurant the brewery runs. But what you may not know is that this brewery has a second tasting room in Pittsburgh located just a few blocks away on the North Shore- complete with a full menu and over a half-dozen of their beers on draft (and a selection of many others from around the country).
During our recent visit we tried three beers, the Maxwell’s Scottish Ale (a rather malty delight), the Grateful White (a Belgian wheat beer that lacks the common bitter aftertaste your normally get from this variety), as well as the Hala Kahiki (a pineapple flavored beer that can be found just about everywhere at PNC Park).
Before trying the Hala Kahiki I was convinced I was going to hate it, purely because pineapple does not sound like a flavor that would go well in a beer. Not only did we enjoy this one, we actually find it to be far and away the best of the beers we tasted as the sour pineapple flavor was well pronounced and lacked any of the foul aftertaste flavored beers typically have. We know this one certainly isn’t for everyone, but if you are up for something different give it a try- you just may enjoy it more than you think!
Rivertowne Brewing‘s North Shore location is located at 337 N. Shore Drive.
Southern Tier Brewing Company in the North Side
New York-based Southern Tier expanded into the Pittsburgh marketplace with their North Side brewery and taproom in early 2017. The establishment is set up in gastropub format with a full food menu, almost two dozen beers on tap (including several from Victory Brewing which is now partnered with Southern Tier), and also includes local creations exclusive to Pittsburgh (check out the Pittsburgh Speed Date if it is available as it is a collaboration between over a dozen Pittsburgh brewers).
Our visit was shortly after opening where we found the brewpub packed on an early Sunday evening. Even with the crowds, we were waited on at the bar by a passing waiter who saw we were without beer and wanted to fix that for us (he also kept us full the entire night). Win!
This is one of those places where you’ll get lost sampling beer as we ended up having six pints between the two of us, mostly on the brown ale side and fruity side of the spectrum (while also trying sips of about five more along the way). The staples are quality you’d expect from Southern Tier, and some of the more unusual, like Creme Brulee, really go out into the weird realm in a way that oddly works (although I struggled to finish my entire glass as the flavor is really strong). I’m not sure I can pick out one that was an overall favorite of the group, but they were all generally good and there is something to be said about that kind of consistency with a draft list this large.
As such, you have no excuse not to visit this one as Southern Tier literally has something for everyone.
Southern Tier Brewing Company is located at 316 North Shore Drive in the North Side.
Yellow Bridge Brewing in Delmont
Yellow Bridge Brewing is a relatively small brewery in Delmont, Pa- about 30 minutes east of downtown Pittsburgh.
The taproom offers roughly six beers on draft which during our visit included a fairly standard spread of a Summer Session, American and New England style IPAs, a nut brown ale, and a Lemondrop cream ale to name a few.
The standard styles are fairly straight forward iterations of the beers, with the nut brown being one of our favorites from our visit due to its robust roasted nut flavor and a slight malty-ness on the backend. The lemondrop was also an unusual one was, while the name would suggest it is a bit on more on the lemony side, we thought the cream ale came through a bit stronger than anticipated with a fairly solid citrus flavor coming in throughout.
Overall, Yellow Bridge Brewing was still in its early days during our visit, and we’re looking forward to more unusual creations like the Lemondrop in the future!
Yellow Bridge Brewing is located at 2266 PA-66 in Delmont, PA.
Insurrection AleWorks in Heidelberg
Insurrection AleWorks opened in Heidelberg (just south of Pittsburgh) in 2015. Out of all of the breweries we’ve visited in Pittsburgh, it is easy to say that this one is on the smaller side. But what it lacks in size it makes up for in its offering as its beer and food menus are quite robust!
The draft list consists of about six to eight different beers at any given time, covering a wide spectrum of brews ranging from Pink Yoga Pants (a take on a Gose with Himalayan salt, coriander, and hibiscus- an unusual sour that works) to Captain Trips (a double IPA). Some of the more traditional ales are on the hoppier side here, but are well balanced in such a way that they’re not off-putting to even the strictest critic (which, in this case, would be us).
On the more unusual side, Biere de Miel is a rustic American ale that has a blend of local honey mixed in, giving it an almost mead like finish. And then there is the Pink Yoga Pants, which is an incredibly complex sour with an unusual flavor profile from the three core ingredients mentioned above. Somehow, it works flawlessly.
Looking towards their food menu, Insurrection AleWorks could stand as a restaurant on its own and their offering features a wide assortment of wings, sandwiches, and wood fired pizzas- not to mention a cheese and charcuterie menu that is one of the largest in the region. Overall, no matter what you’re in the mood for, be it beer or simply good food, this one is worth a visit.
Insurrection AleWorks is located at 1635 E. Railroad St. in Heidelberg, PA just south of Pittsburgh
East End Brewing Co. in East Liberty / Larimer and the Strip District
For those who love hoppy beers, East End Brewing Co. is calling your name. As is readily apparent by our coverage in this post we tend to stick with less hoppy flavored beers when drinking, and can often easily pick up the variation in hops in our selections (most of which we are not fans of). The trend we noticed with all of East End’s permanent beer collection (an iPA, stout, brown ale, and Hefeweizen- the latter traditionally being our favorite beer style) is that you can pick up very pronounced flavors from the hops in all of the beer- even the Hefeweizen.
For those like us, East End has been expanding their experimental and seasonal selection quite a bit (up to 24 seasonals at last check) which have flavor profiles far more balanced than their permanent collection that we’ve been enjoying more and more of over the years. Try the lemongrass wit if it ever rotates back on tap- it is divine!
East End Brewing Co. is located at 147 Julius Street in East Liberty/Larimer and also has a tasting room in the Strip District.
Full Pint Wild Side in Lawrenceville
Full Pint has made its name for itself in recent years as one of the premier breweries in western Pennsylvania, with their White Lightning (a Belgian-style wheat ale) being a staple in area bars and restaurants. A recent expansion into Lawrenceville resulted in the opening of the Wild Side Pub, giving all Pittsburghers the opportunity to try their numerous beer styles without driving out to their brewery in North Versailles.
With over a dozen beers on tap at any given time, Full Pint has something for everyone.
On our recent visit we were lucky enough to sample eight different beers thanks to their $10 sampler with six generous pours of beers of your choosing ($2 surcharge for high ABV beers). The aspect of Full Pint that we really enjoyed is that their beers run the spectrum from hoppy IPA, to European wheat beers and bourbon barrel aged stouts (always a favorite), and continues to even more obscure flavored ones like the blackberry T-Funk- a sour beer you’d almost expect to find at Draai Laag. Although other breweries on this list may push the boundaries more when it comes to unusual flavor profiles, Full Pint offers an incredibly well-rounded tap list that is sure to make any visiting group happy (and ensures our return many times in the future).
Full Pint Wild Side is located at 5310 Butler Street in Lawrenceville.
War Streets Brewery in the North Side
War Streets Brewery has faced a long and winding road to finding a place to serve their beers in Pittsburgh, and after about two years of work trying to get off the ground they finally found a permanent home at Bier’s Pub (formerly Benjamin’s Burgers) in the North Side- now owned by the brewery.
We’ve been fortunate enough to try many of their creations while waiting, and have to say that their beers are as delicious as they come. The Sherman Avenue Stout has a robust malt, coffee, and chocolate flavor; the Sampsonia Way Smoked Porter has a wonderful balance between the smokiness and traditional porter flavors; and the Resaca Red Ale has us converted on a style of beer that we quite frankly never liked that much.
This should come as no surprise, as head brewer Jake Bier won a home brewing competition hosted by Wigle Whiskey in 2014 (beating about 50 other competitors).
For now, getting your hands on their products is still somewhat limited. Bier’s Pub is only featuring one or two of their brews at any given time while they ramp up production (while featuring other local and national favorites on the remaining taps). Here is to hoping that more drafts come online in the near future as this is one you don’t want to miss!
War Streets Brewery is readily featured at Bier’s Pub at 900 Western Avenue in the North Side.
Helltown Brewing in Mount Pleasant
Out of all of the breweries featured in this guide, visiting Helltown Brewing requires the most dedication. This one is located in Mount Pleasant, PA- roughly an hour southeast of Pittsburgh via the turnpike. It would’ve been easy for us to simply sample this one in the many bars and restaurants that carry it locally, but we decided to make the long journey down to their facility for the full experience.
It was not what I expected.
First there is the location. Mount Pleasant is a small town in southern Pennsylvania with a charming central business district with several mom-and-pop shops and restaurants. Helltown, on the other hand, is located just a few blocks away on what could be considered the outskirts of town. They’re housed in a tiny metal barn with a corn field next to it, and during my visit the gravel parking lot was full of Harleys and a group of bikers were heading in for their $5 pints. Odd? Sure- but I like their style all the same.
Helltown keeps six taps running with a nice selection of beer styles, ranging anywhere from their famous Mischievous Brown (a solid English-style brown) to the M&M #12 Cream Ale (perhaps my favorite cream ale I’ve ever tried in the city), to IPAs, Hefeweizens, and more depending on the rotation. I missed the Hefeweizen by a few days and instead decided to fill my growler with that incredible cream ale for a scant $10. To top it off, I picked up a large bottle of the Wretched (a Belgian strong golden ale that is on the sweeter side) and the Kriek (a Belgian sour aged in bourbon barrels with sour cherries that would give Draai Laag a run for its money)- both $10 and worth every penny.
Overall, Helltown Brewing is a hike to get to, but if you are looking on stocking up on some incredibly delicious (and cheap) beer, this one may warrant the drive. Otherwise be sure to do yourself a favor and try them out next time you see them on tap in the city!
Helltown Brewing is located at 13 Henry C Frick Street in Mount Pleasant, PA (about 60 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh).
Cobblehaus Brewing Company in Coraopolis
Fancy an old world beer? Cobblehaus Brewing Company in Coraopolis is the place for you! This brewery features European style beers from German Hefeweizens to Belgian Tripels and everything in between- with some new world twists thrown in along the way.
The Rising Phoenix, their take on a Belgian Tripel, is a strong entry into the beer style and at 8.8 ABV certainly packs a punch. Complementing this, during our visit the brewery was featuring a fruity Belgian Tripel in their experimental line simply known as “X” which is perhaps the best beer we tried purely because it was complex, fruity, and different from any Tripel we’ve had in Pittsburgh. (Note: Their “X” beer may be different by the time you visit as it is not exclusive to one beer and is a generic name for their experiments only.)
Beyond the Belgians, their Imperial Shadow, a stout, comes with a bit of hops flavor that will catch you off-guard. The IBU is 76 afterall. And, best of all, their top seller in the first few weeks after their 2017 opening is a traditional German Hefeweizen- our favorite style that we sadly missed out on because it was so popular in the brewery’s initial launch.
Overall, the beers at Cobblehaus Brewing are as solid as they come. If you are fans of European style beers, especially of the German and Belgian variety, then this one is highly recommended. Although they opened in early 2017 and are still new into the commercial brewing seen, this one came out swinging and we are very excited to return in the future- for far more than just the Hefeweizen we missed.
Cobblehaus Brewing Company is located at 1021 Fifth Avenue in Coraopolis, PA
Hitchhiker Brewing Company in Mt. Lebanon and Sharpsburg
As a travel addict, Hitchhiker Brewing Company resonated with me instantly. So its not surprising that after a quick look over the draft list we were in the car making the trip down to Mt. Lebanon to check them out. (Being open on a Sunday didn’t hurt, either.)
The draft list at Hitchhiker typically has around eight of their crafted beers, most of which are constantly rotating, as well as a homemade dry cider, homemade rootbeer, and a mead from Apis Mead in Carnegie. Our visit being in the fall meant that two of the most popular seasonal styles, Oktoberfest and Pumpkin Ale, were available- both of which we wanted to try.
Unfortunately Oktoberest was sold out and waiting for the next batch to come in, but the Pumpkin Ale more than made up for it as the flavors were quite bold and had very strong notes of holiday spices. We’d go as far as saying this was one of our favorites out of any that we’ve had of the variety, and that is saying something.
On the more traditional side of the spectrum we tried a Smoked Wheat Gratzer which had a moderate smokiness (much less than a similar variety from the Grist House which was a bit too much for us) and the Farmhouse Saison- two solid beers for their styles.
Overall, the most exciting part about our visit to Hitchhiker Brewing Co., in addition to the beer, was getting word that they’re planning on expanding to a location closer to downtown Pittsburgh. It can’t happen soon enough!
Hitchhiker Brewing Company is located at 190 Castle Shannon Blvd in Mt. Lebanon. In late 2017 Hitchhiker opened a second location at 1500 S. Canal Street in Sharpsburg.
Couch Brewery in Larimer
Couch Brewery opened up in Pittsburgh’s Larimer neighborhood (just next to Highland Park) in early 2017, and we timed our visit to check them out on opening night with a subsequent visit a few months later. This brewery has an unusual focus on all things furniture, with their beers being named after different sofa styles and the interior decor being mix-and-match seating from love seats to plush recliners depending on whatever inventory they have at the time.
This theme is a bit odd and will be attractive to a certain kind of beer drinker who values kicking back and relaxing as much as enjoy a good brew (although we have to admit the layout in our second visit was a marked improvement from opening weekend).
The beer itself at Couch Brewery is a bit hard to judge as most all of the beers are quite light, and a few, like the double IPA, don’t even taste like what we’d consider the named styles to be like. In fact, hardly any of the beers were super strong on the hops despite their descriptions as most are added for aroma purposes only- so hops addicts may have a hard time finding a favorite here (although I’m certainly not complaining about that).
Our favorites from opening night were the HiFi Hefeweizen and Zitten Wit- two citrus-heavy varieties of our favorite style of beers, as well as their American Pale Ale. Much like the double IPA, this one had a very subdued hops flavor and was instead malty and sweet. Very unexpected for a pale ale, but decent all the same. On a subsequent visit we tried the HiFi Hefeweizen again and found it was even better due to some refinement in the recipe to be a bit less citrus heavy and more forward on the banana and clove flavors.
The winner at Couch Brewery so far, above all others, has been one of their first seasonal beers known as Siesta. This one features three kinds of dried peppers, green tea, and ginger. This one was released on Cinco de Mayo in 2017 and lasted until mid-July, so be sure to check back for this one in the future. It is truly unlike any beer we’ve had in the city.
Overall, Couch Brewery with all its eccentricities has some potential that we hope they grow into (and maybe out of) in the coming years. We’ll be watching.
Couch Brewery is located at 1351 Washington Blvd in Larimer, just east of Highland Park
The Leaning Cask Brewing Company in Springdale
Springdale’s resident brewery, The Leaning Cask, has one focus: English style beer! This brewery was founded after the owners spent quite a bit of time in England where they spent quite a bit of time drinking at the pubs. They wanted to bring the experience to the USA with a modern American twist, and The Leaning Cask was born.
The line-up at this one includes creations such as a Scotch Ale, an Extra Special Bitter, a Golden Ale, several IPAs made with English hops, and even an English-style cider as well! Other more common brews (for American breweries, at least) include a nitro porter, a Belgian blonde ale, and a black IPA which hold up well to the English-inspired creations.
We tried eight beers during our visit and have to say they were all fairly solid, especially so for a new brewery. The IPAs have a lighter hop nuance which is typical of European style beers (go for the Mosaic Mastiff- a session IPA) and the Scotch Ale and Golden Ale are delicious iterations of these lesser served brews.
We’re looking forward to seeing what comes next, and also sampling a beer from their cask aged series which sadly kicked right before we got there!
Dancing Gnome Brewery in Sharpsburg
I really hate to classify breweries by a certain type of beer that they produce, but I would be remiss if I didn’t point out that Dancing Gnome Brewery is incredibly hops forward in their beers.
Now, if you’ve read through this guide to this point, you probably know that we are not hops fans (this got a laugh out of our server when we mentioned it here). But I will say that the beers we sampled, including Lustra, Aevum, and Pharmakon, were on the lighter end of the hops spectrum were incredibly mild and full of wonderful citrus flavors without the overwhelming bitterness. (We’ll leave the IPAs for others)
The brewery’s dry porter, Wonka, is also a fantastic iteration of this style that would have us driving back for more of alone.
So while those who love IPAs and hops-rich beers will absolutely love this brewery, those who do not (like us) still have several reasons to make the journey out as well!
Dancing Gnome is located at 925 Main Street in Sharpsburg, PA.
Aurochs Brewing in Emsworth
Aurochs Brewing Co. is unique out of all of the breweries featured in this guide as it is the only brewery in Pittsburgh dedicated to making gluten-free beer.
Yes, you read that right- all of the beers here are sourced to ensure they contain no gluten at all and instead include somewhat unusual grains like millet and quinoa.
Aurochs Brewing opened a few years back on a small scale, but shut down in late-2015 to undergo an expansion. This expansion finished in late-2016 where they re-opened with a soft-launch of select drafts on Saturday afternoons only.
As we visited during this time we only got to sample two beers, the Aurochs White Ale and Aurochs Brown Ale, two light session style beers that go down quick (and had you not told us otherwise, we never would’ve guessed was gluten free).
We’re really looking forward to returning to this one in the future when they have their full-scale opening!
Aurochs Brewing Co. is located at 8321 Ohio River Blvd in Emsworth, PA- just west of Pittsburgh.
Mindful Brewing Company in Castle Shannon
Mindful Brewing Company opened in January 2017 in the South Hills and is the kind of place that has something for everyone, with no stretch of that phrase in the slightest.
The reason for this is because aside from making their own beer (with about a dozen available on opening week during our visit), they also have another 60 or so drafts featuring a variety of domestic beer, draft wine, and even draft cocktails- the latter being a new one even for us.
Going further, Mindful Brewing has their own kitchen featuring a full menu, an upstairs patio and second bar with a condensed draft list, as well as a 1,000+ bottled beer and wine selection that makes this spot one of the largest alcohol-focused places in all of Pittsburgh.
As for the beer, we tried five different beers from Mindful’s in-house draft list during our visit, including Shh-tick-uh (an Altbier), Putin’s Revenge (A Baltic Porter), Putin’s Revenge Coffee (A coffee iteration), Lime Agave Wheat (an American Pale Ale), and Redbrain (An American Amber/Red), and were not that impressed as most of the flavors were somewhat muted across the board. Our favorite by far was the Putin’s Revenge Coffee which was a solid porter with very mild coffee hints, and the Lime Agave Wheat was reminiscent of a Corona or Sol with a lime wedge shoved inside.
Overall, we look forward to seeing how Mindful Brewing progresses with their beers, but even though we weren’t as impressed with the in-house selection on our first visit, this one has more than enough to make up for it to warrant our return.
Mindful Brewing is located at 3759 Library Road in Castle Shannon.
North Country Brewing Company at the Harmony Inn
North Country Brewing Company is based out of Slippery Rock, PA, about 50 miles north Pittsburgh. For those who do not want to make that long of the drive just for a beer, the brewery owns The Harmony Inn restaurant in Harmony, PA, which is just about half the distance and is a place we visit quite frequently for their amazing meals and delicious beer.
When we think of North Country Brewing, our first thoughts are of a brewery that produces an incredible array of beer styles, but also is not afraid to go out on a limb to try something unique.
In fact, we think the unique beer styles are the ones worth visiting North Country for, and recent favorites have included dingleberry, lavender, and margarita sour. Unusual? Yes, but you won’t regret trying these. Upcoming ones we hope to try include Taco Tuesday, Ginger Snaps, and Peach Sour to name a few. So do yourself a favor and make the drive to Harmony to check out this amazing spot- you won’t regret it!
ShuBrew in Zelienople
Located just around the corner from The Harmony Inn is ShuBrew, with two locations in Zelienople. Their main taproom and restaurant is located on Main Street and is fairly small, but this one makes up for its size with a decent selection of beer (four or five on draft at any given time), a massive food menu, and even beer floats!
During our first visit to ShuBrew we tried their European-inspired Dubbel and Dunkel and thought both were a bit light from the full-bodied flavor we would otherwise expect. However, ShuBrew’s portfolio is quite large despite having a small draft list at this particular spot.
During our second visit to ShuBrew we visited their seasonal outdoor draft house located on Evans City Road near I79 (right next to the historic Harmony cemetery). This outdoor taproom features a dozen or so beers on draft, an outdoor fire pit, and more- perfect for those looking to unwind after a long workweek.
During this visit we were able to try two more beers: Gingers Have No Sole (a light belgian ale with hints of vanilla and ginger), as well as the El Zapato (a robust Mexican chocolate stout that has a strong kick of ancho chiles and habanero- not for the faint of heart). The latter was a marked improvement in flavors over the first samplings, and gives us a lot to look forward to in future visits!
ShuBrew is located at 210 S. Main Street in Zelienople, PA.
Coal Tipple Brewery in Burgettstown
Coal Tipple Brewery opened in October 2016 at Kramer’s Greenhouse located at the southern edge of Hillman State Park.
As this brewery is quite young, they only have a handful of beers on draft that follow a fairly standard spread of styles including an IPA, red ale, strong ale, wheat, and stout, to name a few. Most all of the styles here are fairly low proof, making them more of a session style and light in the body than other breweries on this list.
These beers may certainly quench your thirst after a long hike in Hillman or Raccoon Creek State Parks (as does the wine from Raccoon Creek Winery served at the same bar), but they also could stand for some improvement overall as it is a young brewery through and through.
Although some may take this as a slight, we look forward to this brewery finding their footing as they grow in the beer making business in the future!
Coal Tipple Brewery is located at 1905 Steubenville Pike in Burgettstown, PA, just outside of Hillman State Park.
Helicon Brewing in Oakdale
Helicon Brewing is located in Oakdale, and is just steps away from the Panhandle trail that is popular for walkers, runners, and bikers.
The first thing you’ll notice about Helicon when walking in is the massive facility that they own, which is clearly set up for rigorous expansion in the coming years. Although the tasting portion of the building is rather small, I’ll never turn down the opportunity to drink beer in the shadows of industrial brewing equipment- one of my favorite sights.
During our visit we were able to sample six different beers, including a German style lager, Oatmeal Stout, an Imperial Red Ale, and Dr. Yeast Love (a saison/IPA hybrid created in partnership with a few other local breweries for Pittsburgh Craft Beer week).
Some of the more standard styles here fell a little flat, if only because while they were decent creations of each style, they offered very little to stand out in a sea of stellar breweries in Pittsburgh’s beer scene. The more unique creations like the Dr. Yeast Love and the German lager, however, offered much more complex flavors which we greatly appreciate and hope to try more of in the future.
Ironically, as people who are not big fans of the hop train when it comes to beers, we do have to point out the irony of the more hop-forward beers being among our favorites. That truly says something!
Helicon Brewing is located at 102 Union Avenue in Oakdale, PA.
Bloom Brew in West Newton
Bloom Brew in West Newton is rather unique out of all the breweries featured in this guide in that they do not sell pints, nor cans, nor bottles. When you visit the tasting is free, and you can fill up a 32 oz or 64 oz growler to go- and that is it.
The reason for this is because Bloom Brew focuses on small batch production, with a side of experimentation, and delivers on a full two dozen beers that rotate rapidly over time. In fact, their tasting room also doubles as the production facility, aging room, and laboratory. This one is about as small batch as you can get, and run by some of the nicest guys we’ve met to date.
During our visit we tried a barrel aged raspberry sour, a kumquat sour, their IPA, and a sour cherry wheat. The raspberry was amazing. The kumquat not so much. But with a free tasting and two dozen options, this is part of the fun. We ultimately settled on a growler of the Dr. Yeast Love, the collaboration beer with Grist House and Helicon Brewing that we have mentioned previously in this guide. At $6 for 32 oz, we filled up our 64 oz growler for a scant $12 with a ton of free samples on the side. Win!
Now, I know what you’re thinking. If I can’t buy a pint, what do I do?
Well, Bloom Brew sells 32 oz growlers for a couple bucks, and most fills are $5-$6 from there. So fill the growler up, exit the store with a couple cups, and enjoy your beers. They may not be able to sell pints directly, but at $5 for what would be two pints, and a couple well placed picnic benches that were clearly placed by another company on the premises, I’m sure you can figure out to do.
Bloom Brew is located at 100 Riverside Drive in West Newton, PA. Their entrance is on the back side of the large warehouse, and is a bit hard to find if you don’t know where you’re looking.
Quinn Brewing in Irwin
If there is an award for unusual location, Quinn Brewing in Irwin would be in the running for it. This one is located in an office complex that is home to conventional businesses as well as acclaimed restaurants and other commercial entities.
When we arrived, we thought we were at their main office because it was eerily quiet, a door alarm was going off, and no one was in sight. We had to call to confirm we were in the right place, and in fact were and had to go all the way in and around the back to get to their brewery.
Once inside we were greeted with friendly hosts and an array of beer options, and we settled for four in a flight- the Grand Reserve Tripel, the Yinzensteiner Hefeweizen (a perfect name if there ever was one), the Lindencross Double IPA, and the Forth & Clyde Scotch Ale.
Most of the beers here were fairly straight forward for their styles, if not on the lighter side. I thought the tripel and the scotch ale had a bit of an off aftertaste, while Angie didn’t notice it as much. In any case, the beers are easy drinking and go down quick so if you’re in Irwin and looking for a pint, give this one a shot.
Quinn Brewing is located at 3000 Commercial Loop Suite 3200 in Irwin, PA
Fury Brewing Company in Irwin
Fury Brewing is located in a strip mall in Irwin and opened in May 2017. An unusual place for a brewery, we’ll admit, but we’ll go with it all the same.
The early beers here include a decent spread from a clove heave Hefeweizen to a double IPA, a kolsch, two kinds of brown ale (American and English), and everything in between.
The Hefeweizen (called Weiss Khalifa- yes they went there), was the one I set my sites on, and I was pleasantly surprised that Fury Brewing took the clove heavy approach when other breweries tend to go so citrus loaded that it almost is a wit style. The pineapple here is faint, and we’re told that in future iterations they’re going to try and bump up the pineapple flavor which would make it a solid iteration.
The Ale-ementary is a decent English brown ale that has a nice malty flavor to it with a smooth finish that we absolutely enjoyed. Naturally, these two were also the bartenders favorites. From there, we also sampled the Donora Fog IPA which was a bit on the bitter side for us (if only slightly), as well as the Stealth stout which could’ve used a bit more body, but all around a decent entry for a new brewery.
Fury Brewing is also located just a mile or so down the road from Full Pint Brewing’s main brewery, making these two a perfect outing for those who want to sample a few different spots!
Fury Brewing Company is located at 13380 US-30 in Irwin, PA.
The Washington Brewing Company in Washington
The Washington Brewing Company opened in September 2017 in the heart of downtown Washington, PA. The beer styles are fairly standard and on our visit included an amber ale, APA, IPA, double IPA, red IPA, coffee brown ale, and oatmeal stout. We tried the coffee brown ale and the red IPA, both of which were fairly straight forward iterations of the styles at large.
If you’re hesitant about driving all the way down here for the beer alone, another draw to the brewery is their food menu. The brewery’s owner used to own the now-closed Upper Crust Italian Bistro, which had some of our favorite pizza in the greater Pittsburgh area– well worth the drive for the pizza first with some house made beer to go along with it!
The Washington Brewing Company is located at 28 E Maiden St. in Washington, PA.
Abjuration Brewing in McKees Rocks
There is something about Abjuration Brewing that I love. It could be that their theme appeals to my background in chemistry and my recently discovered love of programming. Or perhaps it is because they are open source with their recipes, serve their beer in beakers, and release beer in version numbers based on the batch.
In any case, you don’t have to be a nerd like me to enjoy Abjuration Brewing’s beer (but it certainly doesn’t hurt).
During our visit a few weeks after they opened we were able to try five of the seven beers on draft. Several ran the spectrum of being somewhat standard iterations of beer (like the DIPA and Session Dry-Hopped American Blonde) but others (like the Chocolate Hot Pepper Stout, Rye Brown Porter, or the Vanilla Oak Belgian Ale which clocks in at a staggering 15% abv) take a bit more chances that we are looking forward to seeing more of in the future.
The only regret we had from visiting was that we couldn’t try the Almond Pecan Brown ale due to Angie’s tree nut allergy, as it is supposed to be one of the best of the bunch. Don’t worry, I’ll have to make a return trip to this one alone to give it a go as I am already planning a return trip for more.
Abjuration Brewing is located at 644 Broadway Avenue in McKees Rocks. They are in the same building as The Parkway Theater.
All Saints Brewing Company in Greensburg
All Saints Brewing Company is located in Greensburg, PA, and offers a rotating tap list of about 8 to 10 different beers ranging from more standard brews like an Amber Ale, English IPA, and Coffee Porter to more unusual creations like a Nitro Pale Ale, Watermelon, and Blueberry Wheat to name a few.
During my visit I was able to try a flight of five different beers for $6, with the nitro pale ale and the blueberry wheat being two standouts. The nitro pale ale stands out for being one of the few non-dark nitros out there, giving the beer an interesting mouth feel, while the blueberry wheat had a light aroma of blueberries while still being a wheat beer first and foremost.
Try and visit on Thursday afternoons for their happy hour for $3 pints!
All Saints Brewing Company is located at Route 119 and Roseytown Road in Greensburg, PA.
Butler Brew Works in Butler
Butler Brew Works is a trendy brewery in Butler, PA, that operates under the theme “adventurous ales.”
The beer menu reads like most breweries and sound fairly straightforward, but the ingredients are anything but and helps this one stand out from the pack.
During our visit we tried five beers in the flight size pours: the La Noche Triste (a sweet stout made with lactose sugar and coffee from Gasoline Street Coffee, served nitro), the Tokoloshe (a chili porter made with molasses, habanero, and cocoa), the Hunker Down (a winter warmer made with cinnamon, star anise, orange peel, and brown sugar), and two beers from their experimental Adventurer’s Log series (a New England IPA that had strong earthy flavors as well as a Norwegian Farmhouse IPA that was heavy on the lemon).
All things considered, the unique ingredients to the beers stood out in all except the Tokoloshe (which had little to no habanero flavor, sadly) and was quite the surprise to us! As such, when ordering here be sure to note the extra ingredients thrown in as odds are good those are the flavors will really come out here.
Butler Brew Works also has an Adventurous Ales mug club that features successive reward tiers for return visits. Those who visit 150 times get to help make a recipe to be served at the brewery (if only we could manage 150 visits any time soon).
Butler Brew Works is located at 101 S. Main Street in Butler.
Reclamation Brewing Co. in Butler
Reclamation Brewing is a second brewery located on the main street in Butler, PA, just a few doors down from Butler Brew Works above (yes, double header!).
Unlike their neighbor, this one has less of a focus into adventurous recipes and operates under the theme of “we’re not beer snobs, we just think beer shouldn’t be crap”- another motto I can get behind.
During our visit we tried four beers in a flight: the Promised Land (a cream ale brewed with lactose and honey), the Double (a double IPA pegged at 100+ IBU), the Wittenburg (one of the best Witbiers we’ve ever had), and Sweet Christmas (a winter warmer).
Like its neighbor a few blocks away, all of the beers we sampled here were stellar; however, Angie and I had a little internal argument over whose winter warmer was better (she likes Reclamations while I liked the stronger spice at Butler Brew Works). The Promised Land had the right amount of honey without being too sweet, The Double had a nice flavor profile despite the high IBU which took us off guard (we normally don’t like that bitter of a beer), and as noted above, the Wittenburg would rival any Witbier you put in front of us.
Overall, a solid spread and good combo to visit with their neighbor!
Reclamation Brewing Co. is located at 221 S. Main Street in Butler.
Recon Brewing in Butler
Recon Brewing is located just outside Butler, PA, and opened in early 2016. The brewery pays homage to the Bantam Reconnaisance Car (BRC) that was the first Jeep prototype created in Butler in 1940.
The brewery focuses on simple beers with drinkability, which is an apt description of their beer which follows a fairly baseline flavor profile for the styles. During our visit we tried five: the Drink Drank Drunk (a session IPA), the Raspberry Goes Ahh (a raspberry gose), the BRC (an American IPA), the Kick it One Time (double black IPA), and the Fixed the Newel (a Christmas porter).
As mentioned above, we don’t have many highlights from these as they are fairly straight forward iterations to the beer styles. The highlight of the bunch was the Raspberry Goes Ahh as it was less tart as far as gose beers are concerned and tastes like raspberry juice (juice that comes at 4.7% ABV, mind you).
Recon Brewing is located at 1747 N. Main Street Ext in Butler, PA.
Beaver Brewing Company in Beaver Falls
Beaver Brewing Company is located in the heart of Beaver Falls, PA- roughly 40 minutes northwest of downtown Pittsburgh. This small brewery has been operating for several years and has produced a line of fairly unique brews that took me by surprise.
One of the breweries mainstays, a chamomile wheat, was an interesting combination of citrus with a light floral note that oddly worked (I really could drink this one all day, if I’m being honest). Their collection from there includes the full spectrum of beer styles including a dark ESB that had a pronounced maltiness to it, relatively mild gose (including a passion fruit gose that had the right balance of sweetness to the tartness of the gose), a black and tan featuring a rotating blend, a habanero cider that had a kick that caught me off guard, and so much more!
My first flight of five was so good, in fact, that as soon as I finished them I ordered another with five new beers to bring my sampling up to ten- and then the bartender added on one more for good measure. The only regret I have from this one is that I did not get to try their best seller, Basil, an amber ale that is loaded up with pounds of basil leaves.
It sounds odd, but as I am here preaching the joys of a chamomile wheat beer, I’m going to give it the benefit of the doubt.
In either case, this one is worth the drive to Beaver Falls if you can make it up for their somewhat limited operating hours.
Petrucci Brothers in New Brighton
Petrucci Brothers Brewing (formerly 4 Brothers Brewing) is a relatively small brewery in New Brighton, PA, that is only open Fridays and Saturdays.
During my first visit I sampled a flight of four beers and opted for a mix of their menu which ranged from Oktoberfest and winter ales to IPAs during my mid-November visit.
The 5th Avenue Blonde is their take on a typical blonde with fairly light citrus flavors and a relatively clean finish. The Uncle Barneys Brew is an interesting red ale that is aged on wood chips with some bourbon thrown in the mix for good measure- good if you like that style but a bit much to me due to the strong red ale bite. I also tried two seasonal beers, the Big Joes Winter Wassail which was almost overpowered in its smokiness for a winter ale as well as the Oktoberfest which had a moderate maltiness which let out more of the sweetness and mild hints of spices (and was probably my favorite from the visit).
One of the highlights of Petrucci Brothers is that they are also one of the cheapest breweries we’ve visited to date, with most pours ranging from $3.75 to $4.00 and a flight for $7.00- a hard deal to beat!
Petrucci Brothers is located at 911 5th Avenue in New Brighton, PA
More Coming Soon!
We’re continually visiting new craft breweries in Pittsburgh and will be updating this guide as we discover new ones worth your time in the city!
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