PITTSBURGH, Pa. – There’s a new beer festival on tap for the greater Pittsburgh region, and this one’s got bite. As beerfest buzz continues to bubble across our great city, GoodTaste! Pittsburgh is giving its famed food-show reputation a new twist with the introduction of its first-ever Pittsburgh Brew ‘N Chew, sponsored in part by the Monroeville Convention Center.
The inaugural event, taking place January 11, 2014, at the Monroeville Convention Center, will offer attendees a selection of libations from brewers both big and small, alongside a wide range of food pairings from several local eateries. Not your ordinary beerfest, the Pittsburgh Brew ‘N Chew will also give attendees a chance to work up an appetite or enjoy the sweet taste of victory at a number of interactive stations. Whether it’s darts, pool, bowling or simply taking in the sights, sounds and smells while lounging at golf’s 19th hole, attendees will have the opportunity to eat, drink and be merry throughout the day.
“The Pittsburgh Brew ‘N Chew is a new take on the modern beerfest,” said event organizer and President of GoodTaste! Pittsburgh, Dee Weinberg. “We’re taking an interactive approach by offering more than just beer and food. Visitors will be able to take part in games, learn tailgating tips and tricks and listen to live music from popular Pittsburgh bands. And, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and Give Kids the World, visitors can feel good knowing that their participation is helping make a difference in the community.”
To learn more about the inaugural Brew ‘N Chew event, purchase tickets or find out how you can become a sponsor, please visit www.goodtastepittsburgh.com.
About GoodTaste! Pittsburgh
GoodTaste! Pittsburgh is Western Pennsylvania’s largest food and cooking extravaganza, dishing up events that showcase food and spirits as an entertaining, exciting and engaging experience. Our plate is full with large one-day shows that feature national and local chefs; corporate events for clients and employees; food events and shows with stellar regional partners like the Heinz History Center; and workshops for foodies.