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.

My PCBW – Day 10: That’s a Wrap, Folks!

After 10 days of celebrating craft beer with those who make it special, it’s time to close the chapter on the 2014 edition of Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week. There was so much jam-packed into the last 10 days, it was impossible to walk away without something new and exciting to tuck away in your memory bank.

Since the party started on April 25th, I’ve chronicled my adventures through Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week and I hope you’ve enjoyed reading them as I have writing them. The entire event was a remarkable experience for me and I hope it was for you as well.

To all those who made Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week 2014 possible, I’d like to personally thank each and every one of you for the amount of work you poured into making it all run smoothly. Without your efforts, we wouldn’t have anything to celebrate.

This is my final adventure through Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week 2014. As you relive the memories and reflect on all that took place, look forward to a full year of celebration and camaraderie with the beers you tasted and the people you met over this epic 10 days.

Can’t wait for #PCBW2015!

Breaking Brews

My final installment in the My PCBW 2014 series