The story of Allegheny City’s formation is quite an interesting one. Three Pittsburghers named Al, Matt, and Amy, moved to the Rocky Mountains of Colorado in the late 2000s. During that time, the trio would deep into brewing, even making their own personal brews. They moved back to Pittsburgh in 2013 and have been open for business since 2016.
They have twelve choices of beers to choose from, with options for any taste. ABC partners with local food trucks so that there is always a place to grab a snack. They also have a beer garden that can seat up to seventy-five people. This alongside an offering of live music and a wall covered with an ever expanding picture wall of patron’s dogs, givesAllegheny City Brewing a hospitable environment and makes a key stop while you’re in Pittsburgh.
Allegheny City Brewing Reservations and Information:
507 Foreland Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212, United States
The brewery is accessible to people using wheelchairs, strollers, and walkers. A free parking lot is available on the other side of buillding. There are four other parking lots surronding the brewery that are available for use.