Why Pittsburgh Brewing Co. can’t bring beer production back to the original brewery – WPXI


PITTSBURGH – When Pittsburgh Brewing Co. announced last week that it would start making its own beer again next year at a new brewing facility being built at a former PPG factory in the Allegheny River community of Creighton, a major question remained unanswered.

What about the old Iron City Beer brewery, the one that had been operating in Lawrenceville since the Civil War?

This is the future of the Lawrenceville complex which totals more than 20 buildings on nine acres, the full reuse of which remains largely to be determined.

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