PCBW 3-Event Review and Wrap-up

Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week may be over for 2014, but it will forever live on in our memories. And online. To relive a few of the events, I’ve reviewed the Caliente Pizza The Bruery Tap Takeover Event, a random PCBW visit to Full Pint Brewery, and the House of 1000 Beers Voodoo Barrel Room Rare Beer Tasting Event.

Check out the full post over at my all-craft-beer, all-Pittsburgh website, beerPittsburgh.com. The craft beer info doesn’t end when PCBW does! To keep up with all things craft beer in Pittsburgh all year long, such as events, rare beer sightings, etc., check out the beerPittsburgh page anytime, or follow us on Twitter or Facebook.

Beermuda Southern Tier Tap Takeover Event Review

Another wildly successful PCBW local neighborhood bar event occurred over at Beermuda in New Kensington. It was just one of those evenings where the surprises keep coming. It was one of those nights where you find so many new favorites, you strongly hope you remembered to write down their names. Luckily, beerPittsburgh surrounds herself with just those types of drinkers. Want to read the details? Check out the full review over at my site, beerPittsburgh.com.

Event Review – Allegheny 6 Pack & Doghouse Finch’s Beer Homemade Chili Pairing

To get Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week 2014 underway, we started off at Allegheny 6 Pack & Doghouse over in Cheswick. They did an awesome pairing of Finch’s Beer-infused homemade chilies with the Finch’s Beers. This was the type of local neighborhood bar event that makes PCBW the great concept that it is.

Want the full scoop on Allegheny 6 Pack, Finch’s Beer, and the event? Curious about the “special ingredients” in the chilies? Check out the full post over at my site, beerPittsburgh.

Many PCBW Events are Selling Out Fast!

Wow. We all knew PCBW was a big deal, but did we know it was THIS big of a deal? Turns out that some of the PCBW events are already sold out, with one major event selling out in 4 minutes flat!  Check out my post about it here, on my all-Pittsburgh beer blog, beerPittsburgh.com.

The post offers some great alternatives and suggestions if your favorite event is already sold out. The moral of the story, though, is that if you have your eye on a certain event and tickets can be bought in advance, consider doing so now. The not-sold-out events are selling out fast. After all, it’s Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week. It’s kind of a big deal.

To keep up with all things craft beer in Pittsburgh all year long, such as events, rare beer sightings, etc., check out the beerPittsburgh page anytime, or follow us on Twitter or Facebook.