Thousands of beer fans will pour into Stage AE for Pittsburgh Summer Beerfest! Get ready because it’s one of the top 5 largest craft beer festivals in the nation. The awesome live music venue is throwing a huge two night party, featuring over 250 craft beers, ciders, and seltzers. You can enjoy those brews with local food trucks, along with music from the The Lava Game. Another cool thing: Beerfest is both inside and outside, if you prefer to take a break from the heat. And new this year—the opportunity to sample numerous cocktails!

Pittsburgh Summer Beerfest
Photo Credit: Pittsburgh Beerfest, Facebook

The event is presented by Fat Heads Brewery. Check out a variety of brews from White Claw, New Belgium, Southern Tier, BrewDog, Pittsburgh Brewing Company, Two Roads, and many more!

Here’s the full beer list!

All the ticket info! There’s a choice between Early and Regular Admission. Early admission runs from 6:30-11pm, with unlimited sampling and an 8oz souvenir beer mug. $55 by July 11, $65 day of event.

Regular admission runs from 7:30-11pm, with unlimited sampling and a 5oz souvenir beer mug. $45 by July 11, $55 day of event. The Designated Driver non-drinking ticket is $20, with a $5 voucher for food at any food booth, and water/soft drinks at the event.  

The event is for a good cause and helps in raising funds for Animal Rescue Partners (Bigger Bullies of Pittsburgh), an “organization dedicated to supporting numerous animal rescues, pet adoption groups, and community spay/neuter programs in the Pittsburgh area and beyond.”

Buy tickets before they sell out!

When: July 12th and 13th

Where: Stage AE

Time: 6:30-11pm Early Admission,

7:30-11pm Regular Admission


This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Josh McCann

Josh McCann is a contributing writer for Made in PGH, where he writes about events and music. He's a Point Park University alumnus, musician, and founder of the music blog Where The Bands Are. His writing on rock and roll has appeared in the Globe and the Northside Chronicle.

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