We Would Love to Hear from You

Brew is a ground-up venture. We want to have broad-based input and involvement in this project. We welcome your ideas, your talents and your time. Please feel free to reach out to any of us.

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Keep up to date on news and developments with Brew: The Museum of Beer. We will let you know about upcoming Brew events and coverage in the press. You will be among the first to hear announcements.

Volunteer

We are always on the look out for people willing to lend a hand. Help on the tech side is particularly welcome, although we can find a way for anybody who is motivated to be involved. Contact Debbie, our volunteer coordinator, at Debbie@BrewMuseum.com.

Contribute

Have a fascinating collection of beer memorabilia that you want to make sure the world gets to see? Contact Rachel, our Archivist, at Rachel@BrewMuseum.com.

Own a piece of Brew history

The Brew: Museum of Beer online store is now open!. It is the place for Brew apparel and memorabilia, along with other unique beer items.

Spread the word

Please, spread the word to your beer drinking and beer brewing buddies and let’s make sure we put this museum on the map.

For general inquiries:  info@BrewMuseum.com

Debbie Stueber
Director of Community Relations and Volunteers
Debbie@BrewMuseum.com

Denis Meinert
Co-Founder
Denis@BrewMuseum.com

Joe McAllister
Founder
Joe@BrewMuseum.com

Rachel Rampa
Archivist
Rachel@BrewMuseum.com

Matt Sherwin
Co-Founder
Matt@BrewMuseum.com

14 Comments

  1. Martin Beck

    I’m interested in volunteering.
    I’m retiring soon and will need to fill in the time void.

    Reply
    • Joe

      Glad to hear from you Martin. Please reach out to our Volunteer Coordinator, Debbie, at Debbie@BrewMuseum.com

      Reply
  2. Steve hoffman

    There is another brewery in Oxford pa. Hollow earth brewing.

    Reply
    • Joe

      Thanks, Steve. We’ve got them now.

      Reply
  3. Sue B.

    I have several tin beer advertisement signs and a few neons as well as a beer can collection that I am looking to sell to the right person. Are you interested? Are YOU the right person? Do not want to just give it away. My fiance recently passed away and I inherited the collection. Looking to liquidate all of the beer memorabilia.

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    • Joe

      You can contact our Archivist directly at Rachel@BrewMuseum.com. Thanks for thinking about us.

      Reply
  4. Melissa Miller

    I realize you are in the process of finding a space for Brew and the process is well underway. Have you considered the former Produce Terminal in the Strip District? The location is central and as of this past March plans are to focus on a portion of the building on foods, craft, creative arts, etc. Brew would be a great fit. See recent Post Gazette article http://www.post-gazette.com/business/development/2017/03/12/Chicago-developer-will-lease-historic-produce-terminal/stories/201703120145 It is URA owned and they are entering into a partnership with McCaffery the developer behind the conversion of the Cork Factory. I’m guessing that you’ve already considered this option, but given recent developments (and the fact that there have been a lot of plans over the years for Produce Terminal), I thought I should mention it.

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  5. Todd

    Is there going to be a ticket for the first brew or just show up. I couldn’t tell from the website.
    Looking forward to it.

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    • Joe

      There will be ticketed admission. Don’t worry, we will keep you posted as the date for opening draws near.

      Reply
  6. Eddie Liker

    I want to comment regarding your endeavor in finding a location for “Brew”. I am aware that your team is looking for a location to build the museum and you haven’t found a location yet. As a person who works downtown in the hotel and travel industry I am in contact with many guests everyday. Many international and many national. My suggestion to your team is this! The BEST location for “Brew” in my humble opinion would be a location in the STRIP DISTRICT near the Heinz History Center. Think of the scenario here for just one moment.

    Pittsburgh at this time does NOT have one area which is truly considered to be a ‘tourist destination’. Most of the ‘tourist’ sites around Pittsburgh are scattered out and about away from the downtown core. Many are rather hard to visit for out-of-towners who do not have a reliable mode of transportation. The Strip is the closest ‘tourist destination’ to Downtown Pittsburgh.

    What makes perfect sense to me would be a location in the Strip across from or near Heinz History Center. Currently the site has vacant parking lots. I am also aware that Wigle Whiskey wants to open up a national whiskey museum here in Pittsburgh as well. So, my question is this.

    Why not hook up with Wigle to build ‘Brew’ and ‘WAM’ together next to each other near the Heinz History Center in the Strip?? Across from the Homewood Suites hotel?? Talk about a ‘destination’? THERE you would have a true DESTINATION!! Think about it. Thank you for reading.

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    • Joe

      Thanks for your thoughtful comments, Eddie. We will certainly consider them in our search process.

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      • Eddie Liker

        My pleasure Joe. You would make a ‘killing’ down in the Strip because of its proximity to Downtown. Moreso, than say..Lawrenceville, Oakland, North Side, Troy Hill, or East Liberty even. Plus the Strip is growing with development. I just wish they could make the Strip a retail district along Smallman Street because of the lack of shopping and retail downtown. Granted Penn Avenue is active during the day with the local shops but Smallman is pretty much underserved.

        It would be nice if the city could bring in some national and international retail as well as some local retail to go along with what is currently on Penn Avenue. Smallman Street could open up great opportunities for tourism combined with shopping, museums, interactive events, and hotels as well. Plus Riverlife is redeveloping the riverfront which will add to the process.

        Best of luck to you Joe.

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  7. Rocco Ieraci

    Hello everyone! My name is Rocco, and I recently purchased a house in the Central Northside and absolutely LOVE craft beer. I would love to volunteer to help you all with anything you need. Unfortunately, I currently work a full time job, and am hoping to start writing for a beer magazine, so my time is sort of limited, but I am eager to see your project through and hope to help in whatever limited capacity I can. My only discernible skills right now are my writing ability and my drinking abilities, and I am happy to lend them both to you all!

    Please let me know if there will be need/opportunity to help, and I look forward to hearing back from you!

    Thanks,
    Rocco

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    • Joe

      Thanks, Rocco, and welcome to the neighborhood! We will be happy to put you to work. Contact Debbie, our volunteer coordinator, at Debbie@BrewMuseum.com and she will get you going.

      Reply

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