Come check out the review of Commonwealth Press’s third annual PGHTEE event. It was a free tee-shirt art show housed in Commonwealth Press’s warehouse. Over 20 local artists showcased their best printed tee’s for our viewing pleasure. The tee’s were displayed on clotheslines and tables throughout the warehouse. Plus, this event had free beer! Local homebrewer’s associations like T.R.A.S.H and T.R.U.B provided the flavorful brews for the night. We had a blast checking out all of the super creative tee’s while drinking some awesome PGH brews! Look at what we did at PGHTEE 2014!
Every year, East End Brewing Company throws a rather unique event- a Keg Ride. East End Brewing is an environmentally sustainable brewery and a fun way to spread the news about how they operate as a near-zero waste brewery is by delivering the first Pedal Pale Ale kegs of the season by…bicycle! Participants do not know where they are heading, but they are guaranteed some great sights and the first taste of the Pedal Pale Ale 2014 at the end of the journey. We rode all around Pittsburgh and got some amazing shots.
Take a look at how much fun we had during the East End Keg Ride of 2014
Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week has officially begun! To kick it off, we enjoyed a mouth-watering beer and food “Hoppy Hour”. Every Friday in April, Market District Settlers Ridge throws a relaxed beer tasting paired with small plates.
To start this savory adventure, eager foodies and hopheads alike sampled the Collaboration Beer named “Honey, I Spiced the Wit” by Church Brew Works and Apis Meadery. Next, we sampled four brews by Deschutes Brewery.
We ended this tasting adventure with Southern Tier’s Pittsburgh Left Ale. This bad boy was brewed specifically for Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week! Check out these awesome food pairings and brew reviews here!