After Years in the Making, Brew: The Museum of Beer Hosts Coming Out Party 10/19

11 October 2016


The First Large-Scale, Comprehensive Museum of Beer Takes First Step to Launch


Brew: The Museum of Beer, a widely anticipated Pittsburgh-based museum dedicated

to the fascinating story of 10,000-years- worth of beer. Brew will be a must-see 50,000-

square-foot complex capable of accommodating 400,000+ national and international

visitors per year. Aside from unique beer artifacts and exhibits, the multimillion dollar

museum will also include a 300-seat brewpub, state-of- the art interactive technology,

gift store, Beer Hall of Fame, and a Brewers Wall capable of including information on all

4,800 breweries in the U.S. The size and scope of Brew is comparable to Cleveland’s

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

To celebrate the first-ever national beer museum with such range and

comprehensiveness, Brew is taking the first official step of launching by hosting an

exciting, must-attend Coming Out Party where it will kick-off of a large-scale national

campaign, including a crowdfunding effort, to make the dream become reality.

WHERE Upper Beer Hall, James St. Gastropub, North Side, Pittsburgh 

422 Foreland Street

WHEN Wednesday, October 19 - 6:00-9:00 pm EST

TICKETS for-brews- official-launch- party-tickets- 63ZYQ0

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