We love local craft breweries and the community that surrounds it! Here's a round up of some events around the Pittsburgh area that are coming up over the next several weeks that we hope to see you at.
Beers of the Burgh Festival June 4 & 11, 2022, Carrie Blast Furnaces
What's more Pittsburgh than drinking beer at a former steel mill? Over 70 breweries, local food trucks and bands, plus a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Rivers of Steel Heritage Corporation. Ticket inventory is low for this banger of a fest! Info & tickets here
Greensburg Craft Beer Week June 17-25, 2022
Collab releases, beer pairings, & beer festival oh my! 20+ breweries will be participating in the first ever Greensburg Craft Beer Festival taking place at St. Clair Park in Downtown Greensburg. Info & tickets here
PA Brewery Running Series at Sly Fox, the Highline Saturday, June 25, 2022 11am
The Pennsylvania Brewery Running Series has various events this summer in Pittsburgh and Erie. This is a 5k-ish fun run course that starts and ends at Sly Fox's new brewery & taproom that finally just opened at the Highline. Weave through the surrounding area at whatever pace you like, no matter what there’s a beer waiting for you at the finish line! Registration available on Eventbrite Their May event at Allegheny City Brewing sold out well in advance so be sure to sign up!
Pennsylvania Homebrew Invitational At Hop Farm Brewing Saturday, July 16, 2022
This event is part of a statewide competition to crown the best homebrewer in the state. We always love the creativity from home brewers and the community is awesome! Enjoy unlimited samples from over 20 homebrewers and you can vote in the People's Choice award. More info here
Yoga & Beer at Necromancer Brewing Thursday, July 21, 2022
Ales & Asanas will be rocking the monthly yoga & beer session in the brew house of this favorite brewery in the North Hills. A beer is included with the registration - no judgement if you sip while you stretch.
Pittsburgh Beerfest at Stage AE July 29 & 30, 2022
Sample more than 150 local and craft brews, as well as new craft wineries and distilleries. This one is a little more commercial, often having larger national brands like Sam Adams in tow (technically they are still considered craft beer), but hey we'll take it. More info & tickets here