Ticky Tocky, Ticky Tocky…Oi! Oi! Oi! No, I don’t have turrets. If you’ve ever been to a Penn Brewery Oktoberfest, you know exactly what I’m talking about. The Pennsylvania Brewing Co. was the first craft brewhouse in all of Pennsylvania and is still a big player in the micro brewing industry.
It’s easy to be taken aback while walking through the giant iron gate at the main entrance of the Brewery in Pittsburgh’s Northside. The buildings and surrounding offices were once part of the Eberhardt and Ober Brewing Co. and are listed on the National Register of Historic Sites.
Go for the beer. Stay for the people. The beer is the highlight of a Penn Brewery visit. They have won numerous awards in beer excellence at The Great American Beer Festival, World Beer Cup and others. Andy Rich, Nich Rosich and Rick Brown make up the highly decorated and experienced team of brewers.
Preamble to the Constitution of the Penn Brewery
We the brewers of Penn Brewery Beer, in Order to form a more perfect Union of Barley, Hops, Yeast and Water, establish a brewing standard, insure Domestic Drinkability, provide uncommon refreshment, promote the general great taste and establish the Fermentation of Penn to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution of the Pennsylvania Brewing Company. – PennBrew.com
They are conveniently located near downtown Pittsburgh, PA and not far from the stadiums. Enjoy the scenic outdoor biergarten and live bands. It’s a great place to host events and business functions and they cater to almost any sized group. For more info, check out PennBrew.com.
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4.0% ABV – European-Style Dark / Münchener Dunkel
Tender, slow cooked pork loin, seasoned with caraway seeds and served with pan gravy, mashed potatoes and sauerkraut.
800 Vinial Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Business: (412) 237 – 9400
Restaurant: (412) 237 – 9402
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