Wednesday, May 20, 2009

The Church Brew Works, Pittsburgh, PA

If you are ever in Pittsburgh, PA, you really need to count The Church Brew Works as one of the Steel City's "Must See" places.



The building that gives this place its name really is, or was once anyway, a functioning Catholic Church. The church building is a historical site and is as beautiful as it is rock solid.



It's hard to describe how impressive this place really is. It starts with the walk up to the building.



That continues all the way up to the front door.



The first thing I noticed when I pulled the door open was the malty smell of a beer being brewed. The light was perfect and streamed through the big purple, blue and red stained glass windows.

The Church Brew Works
3525 Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
412-688-8200 fax 412-688-8201 cbw1996@comcast.net

Hours of Operation
Monday thru Thursday 11:30 AM to 11:45 PM
Friday & Saturday 11:30 AM to 1:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 PM to 10:00 PM

OK, the beers are really, really good. With the word brew in the name, would you expect less?

7 comments:

Harshita said...

Aha! so therez lot of sight-seeing with work... :)

Mel said...

What a beautiful old building.....*sigh*

Employee No. 3699 said...

I went and checked out their website...very cool. I see it's also a restaurant, did you happen t eat there?

Leni Qinan said...

Do they really brew beer in the church building? WOW.
Well, actually, I shouldn't be so surprised. The monks distill excellent spirits too. Measure and balance is the key!

Amber Star said...

That building is a lovely old thing. Glad they didn't tear it down and put up a speed fab crete monstrosity. I'm enjoying your work trip very much.

Leah said...

That's incredibly cool.

Suzanne said...

Beautiful. Baby, have you met CSI? You two and beer. Match made in Heaven.

Excellent architecture and reuse. Love you darling. XO