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Here’s What’s Brewing on Charlotte Street in Pittsburgh!
Lawrenceville's hometown brewery is just a block away from Butler Street in a renovated 146-year-old building. Eleventh Hour Brewing Company, established in late 2017, is churning out new beers for the 'Burgh monthly.
They almost always have a seasonal beer brewing alongside their classic lager and pale ales. Currently, they are serving their pineapple pale ale which they use over 400 pounds of pineapple puree in the making. Also available are gluten-free options like cider and mead on tap from other local breweries. You can enjoy fresh beer in their comfortable tap room complete with couches and board games, or take their beer to-go in a growler.
The other side of the tap room is where all the magic happens. The brewing takes place in a visible and open space just beyond the bar where you can see the giant metal vats full of beer. Check out Eleventh Hour Brewing Company on Charlotte Street or on tap in local Pittsburgh bars.
What makes Eleventh Hour different from the rest? This brewery has the ins with almost every food truck in town. They partner up with different food trucks from day-to-day for you to enjoy when you visit the brewery. You can check their food truck schedule online to see what will be parked out in their front lot when you arrive. Some regulars are Wise County Biscuits, Blue Sparrow, and Pgh Po Boy.
Pittsburgh is home to a constantly growing craft beer scene. If you're interested in learning more about breweries in the 'Burgh, check out two of our other blogs - Where to Enjoy a Summer Beer and 9 Awesome Craft Breweries.