SHORT POUR: Fat Head’s Beer Dinner at Breakneck Tavern March 15th

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Fat Head’s Beer Dinner Taking Place at Breakneck Tavern

Fat Head's Breakneck Beer DinnerThere is no denying the impact Fat Head’s has made on the world’s craft beer scene. They started off as a kick-ass pub in the South Side and have since blown up into one of the nation’s most renowned breweries. Their list of award-winning beers reads like a who’s who in their respective categories, and new beers introduced to the market rarely disappoint. Their pub on East Carson Street has some of the best food in town and, if you leave hungry, you did it wrong. They’ve collaborated with other successful craft breweries, including their most recent project with New Belgium Brewing, and always look to pour the most quality products into our glasses.

Fat Head’s will always be a staple in the Pittsburgh community. Even though the beer is brewed in neighboring Ohio, they’re considered a local favorite by many, and for very good reason. And in keeping up with the theme of impacting Pittsburgh in a positive way, they’ve joined forces with Breakneck Tavern in Mars to bring you a six-course beer and food pairing dinner on Tuesday, March 15th starting at 7:00pm. This event will combine the exquisite plates of Breakneck paired with several popular beers from Fat Head’s Brewery.

Take a look at the full menu here:

Fat Heads Beer Dinner Menu

You do not need to purchase a ticket in advance to attend this stellar dinner, but you do need to make a reservation for your party. Call Breakneck Tavern at 724-625-9150 to reserve your spot. The cost of these six courses + six Fat Head’s beers is $60 + tax and gratuity.

At the time of this Short Pour, only a few spots remain to experience this one-of-a-kind dinner. Don’t get left out in the cold…reserve your seat today!






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