Craft brewery opening summer 2014 in the Pittsburgh International Airport area.
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Jones Craft Brewing Company is the brainchild of two friends with a shared interest in all-things-beer, particularly craft beer. Brendan Jones is a mechanical engineer. Chris Restifo is a chemical engineer. Brendan’s background in fabrication paired with Chris’ experience in processing and automation allow them to build a vast majority of their brewing equipment by hand.
JCBC’s unique, experimental twist on traditional brewing styles in small batches results in exceptional flavors that have garnered the attention of various local food editors while vending at local beer festivals.
Jones Craft Brewing Company is currently working to expand current capabilities to a 5 BBL (155 gallon) brewing system in a Crescent Township (Pittsburgh International Airport area) storefront. From this location the intention is to hold shop hours Thursday-Saturday for sales and host Growler Hours. JCBC looks to self-distribute locally.
A nice mention about us at Beers of the Burgh.
pgplate.com BeerA great day for Beers of the Burgh Written by Bob Batz Jr. on April 13, 2014Yellow-T-shirted volunteers -- including Emily O'Brien, left, and Amber Ohiokpehai -- helped attendees find their way. Organizers couldn't have picked a nicer day for the inaugural Beers of the Burgh festival.In addition…
[04/13/14] Thanks to everyone who came out to Beers of the Burgh and tried our beers. We had a great time serving up some tasty brews. Next time, we'll bring lots more beef jerky and pretzel sticks so we don't run out.
Nice little write up in the PG for today's event. #412beer
www.post-gazette.com This Saturday's new festival is called "Beers of the Burgh." But it could be subtitled "beers of the future." About a third of the nearly 30 area breweries that will be pouring samples -- in a warehouse at 97 40th St. in Lawrenceville -- aren't yet fully licensed and operational. "You'll be surprise...
If you're going to Beers of the Burgh, remember to be kind to the people who brew the beer you drink.
Canciones de marineros, autores: Poxy Boggards
Like good beer? Of course you do since you're following us! Come to Beers of the Burgh and taste some of our beers along with beers from other excellent breweries in the Pittsburgh area. Details and tickets at http://beersoftheburgh.com/.
Our preliminary line up (subject to change, names to follow) is:
Cause of Death IPA....Yep, it'll be back. Limited pour, however. We don't want to be responsible for accidents, fights, grandiose stories of questionable truthiness, or unwanted pregnancies.
beersoftheburgh.com The Beers of the Burgh Festival is your chance to sample an unprecedented variety of beers unique to the Three Rivers regional area. We’re talking 20+ local breweries and over 50 of their finest lagers, ales, ciders, stouts, porters…
Still trying to find a new location, but in the mean time, Sunday Brewday this week means Fizzy Yellow Beer: a light body, low ABV session beer with notes of citrus, coriander and black pepper.
We support the Session Beer Project, do you?
[06/12/12] Cause öf Dëath is now up to 14.7% ABV, and we still haven't dumped in the High Gravity yeast!
[05/26/12] The unnamed Quad finished at 12.5%, and we decided to bottle condition it as well, these will be unreal in 2 months but there are only 100 bottles on the wall. They will be offered only at our grand opening.
[05/22/12] Who likes big beer? Cause of Death & unnamed Belgian Quad are both nearing 12% ABV and still climbing. There is so much TLC & attention that goes into beers like these, you'll have to take our word for it!
Brewer's log, star date 17 May 2012:
Cause of Death is cranking along, currently at 10.5% ABV, and the unnamed Belgian Quad is 11.2% ABV and both are still climbing.
It's Craft Beer Week, you know what to do!
craftbeer.com An image of the official 2012 American Craft Beer Week Untappd badge has been released. Thousands of craft beer lovers are invited to earn the ACBW badge during the "Mother of All Beer Weeks," May 14-20. more >
[05/09/12] Cause of Death live blogging: ABV is now up to 8.7% and climbing steady. Our un-named Belgian Quad is 9.8% and still moving up. We're trying to time the releases of these bad boys to coincide our grand opening, hopefully in 8-12 weeks.
[05/08/12] “Sometimes when I reflect back on all the beer I drink I feel ashamed. Then I look into the glass and think about the workers in the brewery and all of their hopes & dreams. If I didn't drink this beer, they might be out of work and their dreams would be shattered. Then I say to myself, 'It is better that I drink this beer and let their dreams come true than to be selfish and worry about my liver. ” - Jack Handey
If you're looking for new brews to try or are ever out of town, here's a searchable/interactive map of breweries & brewpubs in the USA. There is also an international version if you back out onto the homepage. Cheers!
beermapping.com Select a region for your travels and plan a beer trip by viewing maps of US Breweries and Brewpubs. United States Brewery Maps separated by region.
Good news from the folks at Craft Pittsburgh!
craftpittsburgh.com Are the times really changing? Is Pennsylvania finally beginning to emerge from the dark ages? One of any Pennsylvanian’s biggest gripes has been in regards to the state’s archaic liquor code, created just after the abolition of Prohibition, and rarely amended since. House Bill 242 -- the biggest al...
Good news for craft beer lovers!
[03/17/12] Whatever you do today, please don't ruin your beer with green food dye.
[03/12/12] We hope everyone had a great afternoon at Biba today, fabulous food, fabulous beer! Thanks again Chef Jason!
Our beers are being paired at Biba in Beaver, PA. Guaranteed to sell out, be sure to make your reservations early! Monk's Delight Belgian Tripel, Campfire Stout, Haus IPA & American Wheat will be served.
[02/27/12] What kind of one-off beer should we brew on Wednesday for Leap Year? Thinking it should be another high ABV experiment.
[02/17/12] Biba is braising their Pork Belly cut with our Winter Solstice, we had some tonight & it was fabulous! You had better get there soon, we dropped off the last of the Winter Solstice this evening & it's not back until December!
We're late to this party, but the beer regulations in PA got a little better at the end of 2011. You can now buy any volume desired in any container from a brewery in PA. It was previously limited to ~144 fluid ounces per purchase. Act 113 of 2011 if you care to read the legalese.
Can't find out of state regional or small brews due to PA's 3-tier system? Try beerjobber.com!
post-gazette.com A new Pennsylvania-based business is shipping cases of craft beer direct from breweries around the country to consumers, including consumers here in Pennsylvania. We just can't get any beer from the several Pennsylvania brewers who've already signed on to the service.
Main St Bar was bought by The Manns in 2002. Its a great little bar with a big personality. They are best known for thier Jumbo size wings. Great food, great company - its a good time.
"Why go anywhere else!"
Come in & enjoy our cold beverages & hot food! Live entertainment every weekend. Bands,Dj, fun glow parties. Check out our events for new things todo.
Delivering a Brazilian spin on traditional steakhouse eats, The Palms roving Gauchos tote hefty skewers of flame-grilled meats to tables and carve fresh forkfuls directly onto diners' plates
Live Music and Survival!
Birthday Celebrations: Patron's birthdays will be celebrated the third Saturday of every month. Free food, music, fun, and prizes.
A small bar, with great drinks, an amazing bartender, and a home like feel...