Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week will highlight the region’s craft beer culture, expanding the reach of craft beer through education, collaboration, cooperation and responsible libation.
Pittsburgh is an amazing region for craft beer, and Bocktown is place to explore the latest upstarts year round. Expand your craft beer knowledge at Bocktown Robinson and Bocktown Monaca during PCBW. Our unique events include
– Kegs n’ Eggs
Chef Michael has some creative early morning grubbery to fuel you through a week of local craft beer love and revelry.
– Find Your Style
Jason Cercone from the Pittsburgh Craft Beer Network guides us through locally brewed classic styles
– Tastings from local craft breweries including All Saints Brewing Company, Apis Meadery, Battlefield Brewing, Bloom Brew, Brixton Brewery, Erie/Lavery and North Country, Four Seasons Brewing, Outtafocus Brewing, Spoonwood Brewing Company, Grist House Brewing, Four Seasons Brewing, Otto’s Brewery, and Shubrew
– Homebrewer Showcases from Three Rivers Underground Brewers (TRUB) and Beaver County Homebrewers
– A Regional Tap Takeover all week long
With daily events at both locations, there will something for everyone. Connect with the brewers, PCBW and Bocktownon facebook, twitter, untappd and instagram using the hashtag #pcbw. Explore our entire list of April events at www.bocktown.com.
Bocktown Beer and Grill is the Place to Beer featuring 16 ever-rotating American Craft Beers on tap, over 400 bottled beer choices in the Beer Library, and great homemade food. Enjoy yourself while having fun with family and friends at this locally owned and operated gastropub where they cook with Pittsburgh Pride using high quality Pennsylvania products. The Bocktown crew works closely with area breweries, vendors, farms and people to bring you a unique and fresh dining experience. Outdoor seating. Smoke free. Full menu until midnight daily. Bar open until 1 am.
Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week is an annual celebration of great local beer in the Steel City. PCBW is a collaboration between the breweries, distributors, bottle shops and restaurants that have made a commitment to supporting craft beer in the Pittsburgh region. Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week is organized and operated by the Pittsburgh Craft Beer Alliance, a non-profit 501(c)(6) organization overseen by a board of brewery professionals, restaurant managers, craft beer industry employees as well as others to help promote education and raise awareness for Pittsburgh craft beer.