Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week: April 20-28

By CraftBeer.com

Pittsburgh, PA – The Pittsburgh Craft Beer Alliance is pleased to introduce the first annual Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week (PCBW), slated to run from April 20-28, 2012, here in the ‘Burgh.’ Local breweries, distributors, bars, restaurants, and other passionate fans will be teaming up for numerous events during PCBW to spread the gospel of all things craft beer.

“Other cities across the country have had craft beer week celebrations for many years, but this is the first time we’re taking the plunge here in Pittsburgh,” said Andy Rich, Chairman of the Pittsburgh Craft Beer Alliance and head brewmaster at Penn Brewery.

“Our goal is to educate Pittsburghers about craft beer and help them appreciate the vibrant scene that’s right here in their own back yard. Among other events, PCBW will feature beer tastings, beer pairing dinners at local restaurants, and Meet the Brewers sessions. A special highlight will be the unveiling of three collaboration beers that will be made by mixed teams of brewers from various local craft breweries. Ghese will be served on draft at participating bars and restaurants during PCBW.

Collaboration Brews Include

Event planning is underway, and a calendar of activities for the week is listed on PittsburghCraftBeerWeek.com. The list of events continues to grow as additional bars, restaurants, and breweries sign on to participate.

PCBW is being funded via paid sponsorships from local businesses involved with the craft beer industry. More information on sponsorships is also available on the PCBW website.

The Pittsburgh Craft Beer Alliance is a non-profit 501(c)(6) organization overseen by a board of brewery managers, restaurant managers, craft beer industry employees and others to help promote and raise awareness of Pittsburgh craft beer.

For more information about Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week, please contact Chris Momberger at 412-215-2611 or visit PittsburghCraftBeerWeek.com.

Contact Info

Company: Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week
Contact: Chris Momberger