SHORT POUR: Rusty Gold Brewing Opens For Business Today

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Rusty Gold Brewing Opens Today!

In what has become a regular, awesome thing, I am happy to announce the population of Pittsburgh breweries will officially go up by one today at 11:00am. Rusty Gold Brewing in Canonsburg has gone through the long, arduous process of obtaining permits, construction, furnishing, and brewing their first batches of beer and will officially be pouring those tasty beverages to thirsty patrons today, June 15th, starting at 11:00am. Regular hours for Thursdays will begin at 4:00pm in the future, but the early opening will help the first day run more smoothly, said Justin Viale, Head Brewer at Rusty Gold.

The new brewery is the latest to join the party in our region and is getting the ball rolling with five offerings, seen below. From left to right are 1802 Cream Ale, Primer Pale Ale, Pike Street Amber, Serious Business IPA, and Yorkshire Rose Oatmeal Stout. Further info about said beers can be seen below the professional-ish flight photo. To round out the tap list for the grand opening, they’ll also feature some alternatives from friends, also seen in the photo below, which is proving to be quite informative at this point…

 

 

In addition to beverages, Rusty Gold touts a full menu featuring chicken wings with a variety of sauces, sandwiches, fried pickles, and…wait for it…Deep Fried Peanut Butter & Jelly a La Mode. Friggin’ delicious. The menu extends beyond that, but you’ll have to zoom in on the flight photo above or take a trip to Rusty Gold (recommended) to experience the rest.

It should be a great weekend in Canonsburg. On behalf of the entire craft beer community, congratulations to everyone at Rusty Gold Brewing for reaching this point. Make it a priority to show them some love this weekend!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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