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Noble Stein Brewing Opens Saturday, October 15th
And the hits keep on comin’. Over the past couple of weeks, Pittsburgh has been graced with the openings of two brand new breweries: Allegheny City Brewing in the North Side and Dancing Gnome Beer Company in Sharpsburg. This Saturday, our constantly-evolving beer scene prepares to welcome one more into the fold.
After months of planning, construction, and brewing, the crew at Noble Stein Brewing Company in Indiana, PA are ready to cut the ribbon and open their doors to the public for the very first time. Noble Stein is the second brewery to set up shop in Indiana County this year, joining Levity Brewing who kicked off their operations in June. Both breweries are located within one mile of each other, making the Indiana beer trail super-easy to navigate.
Noble Stein will have several beers on tap for their grand opening festivities, including Sweet Oak Stout, Hop Hired Hands Saison (a personal favorite), and more. They are located at 1170 Wayne Avenue in Indiana and the doors will open at 1:00pm this coming Saturday the 15th.
On behalf of the Pittsburgh craft beer community, I’d like to congratulate everyone at Noble Stein for reaching this juncture and welcome them to the big show. Looking forward to a lot of great beer coming from these guys and Indiana County as a whole!