SHORT POUR: Beerhead to Host Big Bad Beer Night February 21st

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Beerhead Pittsburgh Set to Host Inaugural Big Bad Beer Night

The North Shore’s Beerhead Bar is set to knock the dust off some rare beers and you’re invited to reap the benefits.

For one night only, the crew at Beerhead will be tapping into a stash of highly-coveted barrel-aged and rare beers from premier craft breweries at the inaugural Big Bad Beer Night on Wednesday, February 21st starting at 3:00pm. The lineup will be curated by Beerhead’s in-house Beer Pros and will feature a variety of world-class rare and barrel-aged offerings, including Thirsty Dog Barrel-Aged Old Leg Humper, Heavy Seas Siren Noire, New Holland Dragon’s Milk Reserve Mocha Mint, and more.

No tickets are required to attend the event and the beers will flow from opening until they’re gone.

Beerhead, founded in 2012 under its original name – The Beer Market, is an emerging craft beer bar that marries the appeal of offering nearly 500 brands of locally and regionally brewed beers with wines and other locally-sourced beverages in a contemporary, yet timeless atmosphere. They feature communal tables, live music, and always serve as a great spot to his before or after any sporting event or concert in Pittsburgh’s lively North Shore neighborhood.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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