There is a lot going on with Brew: The Museum of Beer. Did you catch the new article about us in the Post-Gazette? We will be talking to folks and displaying some interesting beer materials at Big Pour on Saturday, September 15. Hope to see you there. We could still...

Brew Gets Around!

Jeff Tobe shows off his Brew gear at the Valley of the Temples in Sicily.   Send us photos of you in your Brew gear and you too may end up on our website. Help Spread the...

St. Brigid, Patron Saint of Beer

February 1 is the feast day of St. Brigid, the Irish Patron saint of beer. Ordained a priest by St. Patrick, she became a de facto bishop of Ireland, and she was a big fan of beer. St Brigid is credited with writing: I would like a great lake of beer for the King of...

Video – The Story of Beer in Pennsylvania

You already know that Brew: The Museum of Beer will tell the 10,000-year-old story of beer, from the origins of civilization through the rise of craft beer. Plans for Brew have always included covering the story of beer in our region and through the Commonwealth. Now,...

The Story of Beer in Pennsylvania

The Story of Beer dates back 10,000 years, to the origins of civilization and Pennsylvania has played a central role in illuminating that story. Dr. Solomon Katz, anthropologist at the University of Pennsylvania, has suggested that the reason people gave up the...

The Close Connection Between Beer and War

Stories from the front…and WWII’s influence on beer trends Joe Willis needed something to drink. The paratrooper had taken shrapnel in both legs while fighting as a member of the U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division to hold off a relentless German attack. Now, laying...