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Allegheny City Brewing Opens Its Doors Wednesday at 4:00pm
There’s a lot happening in the Pittsburgh craft beer scene this week. Last Friday, I put up a post that Dancing Gnome Beer will be opening its doors for the first time this coming Saturday. You can check out that post here. But, before we get to the weekend, we’ve got even more new beer to check out!
Allegheny City Brewing, located in the historic Deutschtown neighborhood in Pittsburgh’s North Side, is ready to pour and will be cutting the ribbon on their new taproom this Wednesday, September 28th. Allegheny City is the first of several new breweries on the cusp of opening their doors and joining the thriving Pittsburgh beer scene this Fall.
Allegheny City Brewing is located at 507 Foreland Street and will be open for business at 4:00pm. Before heading down for your first pint, Like them on Facebook.
It’s a busy week for new beer in the ‘Burgh. And I’ve got a hunch you’re OK with that.