Things were buzzing Thursday in Troy Hill.
Summer’s warm weather makes this the perfect time of year to kick back, relax and cool off with a glass of some of the city’s best local liquor and brews.
With the winter holiday season and New Year’s Day over, there’s still one upcoming celebration that many people look forward to: Mardi Gras. French for “Fat Tuesday.” This year’s Mardi Gras falls on Feb. 12 come join in on the Fat Tuesday festivities at these five bars, which host the best Mardi Gras celebrations in the area.
As the leaves start to change color and the temperatures cool, it’s time for specialty seasonal beer brews to show up at the taps of local bars and breweries. Read on for an inside look at where to find the best Oktoberfest, pumpkin and dark seasonal beers in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh’s fall festivals are an excellent excuse to get outside after the summer heat subsides. Outdoor adventures, good food, drink and celebrations of the area’s heritage and history abound at the best fall festivals in the Pittsburgh area. From pumpkin patches to Oktoberfest, this city has something for fest-goers of every kind.
While rebuilding an old stone wall, workers decided to take a peek into the old entrance to the lagering cave.
Brewmaster Andy Rich, of Penn Brewery, has the attention of visitor Joe Rooney whose grandfather, late Steelers owner Art Rooney, was part of a family tradition that dates back more than a century.
Pennsylvania is home to some of the oldest breweries in the nation; and tours of these facilities offer a great first-hand look at the brewing process.
There’s a HUGE variety of free & affordable things to do this weekend – whether you’re looking for a free family event, a great night out with friends, or learning more about social media (like we said, it’s a pretty big range), we’ve got you covered. Ranging from reasonably priced to FREE, there’s something for everyone in Pittsburgh this weekend without breaking the bank! LivingPittsburgh.com’s bargainistas Heather Walsh and Rachel Booth highlight free and affordable ways to enjoy these last days of summer in the ‘Burgh!
It’s our favorite day of the week: “Free & Affordable Friday!” The ladies of LivingPittsburgh.com, Heather Walsh and Rachel Booth, are sharing their picks for the best deals in town. This week, the bargainistas are featuring family-friendly, summer-themed activities!
It’s “American Craft Beer Week,” and small breweries have a lot to celebrate. They have bucked a national trend of the large business swallowing the smaller one.