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The Beer Lover's Guide to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Goose Island is traveling across the country to share the brewery love during Migration Week. But a person can't live on beer alone: In addition to some awesome breweries, the Goose Island team found amazing spots for everything from pistachio-flavored cocktails to funeral-home-turned-coffeehouses during their stop in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Butcher and the Rye

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Butcher and the Rye is a cozy restaurant and bar with an impressive whiskey selection. We we went head over heels for their pistachio Old Fashioned.

East End Brewery Taproom

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Tours of the East End Brewery are offered every other Saturday, so be sure to stop by on a weekend and enjoy a few pints in the attached tap room afterwards.

Union Pig and Chicken

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Located in East Liberty, Union Pig and Chicken is a great spot for barbecue and classic sides. It may seem crazy to suggest a tofu option at a barbecue joint, but trust us — it was delicious.

Row House Cinema

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Row House Cinema is a cool movie theater that also doubles as a bottle shop and a bar. They have a top-notch beer selection and change up their movie themes every week, which gives you two reasons to keep coming back.

Smallman Galley

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This restaurant incubator is helping four young chefs learn and refine their craft. The space operates as four separate restaurants and two bars, which will change every eighteen months.

Churchview Farm

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This is a beautiful farm located just outside the city limits. Stay on the lookout for their summer-long series of happy hours and food events.

The Abbey on Butler St

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Formerly the site of an old funeral home, this coffeehouse and bar may sound spooky, but it's actually a gorgeous space and a great spot for enjoying some beer.
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Butcher and the Rye

Butcher and the Rye is a cozy restaurant and bar with an impressive whiskey selection. We we went head over heels for their pistachio Old Fashioned.

East End Brewery Taproom

Tours of the East End Brewery are offered every other Saturday, so be sure to stop by on a weekend and enjoy a few pints in the attached tap room afterwards.

Union Pig and Chicken

Located in East Liberty, Union Pig and Chicken is a great spot for barbecue and classic sides. It may seem crazy to suggest a tofu option at a barbecue joint, but trust us — it was delicious.

Row House Cinema

Row House Cinema is a cool movie theater that also doubles as a bottle shop and a bar. They have a top-notch beer selection and change up their movie themes every week, which gives you two reasons to keep coming back.

Smallman Galley

This restaurant incubator is helping four young chefs learn and refine their craft. The space operates as four separate restaurants and two bars, which will change every eighteen months.

Churchview Farm

This is a beautiful farm located just outside the city limits. Stay on the lookout for their summer-long series of happy hours and food events.

The Abbey on Butler St

Formerly the site of an old funeral home, this coffeehouse and bar may sound spooky, but it's actually a gorgeous space and a great spot for enjoying some beer.

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