This is the Burgh’ers you’ve come to know and love, now with our very own house brewed beer! The beer will hold true to Burgh’ers core, FARM TO TABLE, TOP TO BOTTOM beliefs…
Meet Burgh'ers Brewing Tap List
Penn Ave. Pale Ale
American Pale Ale
A satisfying American Pale Ale that gives a slight edge to its malty composition over the palate refreshing, slightly bitter and floral hop character.
Burgh’ers is just a short trip down Penn Ave to Lawrenceville!
Oat Black Water
A medium bodied oatmeal stout that invites another sip after the last. A balance of rich roast, milk chocolate, subtle vanilla and just a hint of spicy hops.
This is an homage to our Brewermaster Neil and a catchy tune from the Doobie Bros (Black Water). Neil hails from Hattiesburg, MS near the banks of the Big Muddy. “Oat Black water, keep on rolling… Mississippi moon won’t you keep on shining on me…”
Publick House Bitter
A traditional Brittish pub ale known as an ESB (extra special/strong bitter) with a robust bready malt presence and a complimentary pairing of spicy bittering hops that finish crisp and clean.
This beer is a cheeky homage to the liquor cartel as we know them here in PA to be quite controlling. The name is a throwback to when the UK government nationalized brewing and pubs during WW1 to control the productivity of munitions plant workers. They were called Publick Houses.
New England IPA
Tons of fruit from this slightly hazy, big bodied tropical and citrus fruit flavor and aroma burst juice bomb.
Brewed in the hip New England style for our hip new location in Larryville.
A delicate French style Saison with a barely noticeable nuance of Arp Rosemary that plays well with the white pepper, coriander and citrus character of the Saison Dupont yeast strain.
This beer is made in honor of Michelle. It’s a softly spoken blonde hiding lots of flavor with a big punch.
Belgian Golden Ale
Czech and Slovenian hops add a touch of floral and spice to the soft distinctly “Belgian” juicy fruit and mild banana flavors imparts ad further subdued by the crisp carbonation and higher alcohol content.
This beer is an homage to the former pavers of our city streets, the Belgian block; a big hunk of marble. When the crew broke ground for Rivers Casino, they unearthed a trove of discarded 1800's Belgian blocks that were replaced with modern asphalt. They were give new life in the reconstruction of Market Square.
Burghers 1890 Lager
A American Lager just as American as our beloved Pirates. Light bodied, light in color and just the right amount of flavor to quench any beer drinker’s thirst.
This beer pays homage to our first baseball team, the Pittsburgh Burghers. They played for only one year in 1890 before the leagues consolidated and they became the Pirates. Before becoming the pirates the Burghers did some shady trading to acquire a big time player from another team and the news characterized their actions as “piratical” and the Pirates name stuck to this day.
A traditional Berliner Weisse soured with lactose and fermented very dry with a crisp refreshing tartness perfect for sunshine drinking.
This style of beer is traditionally served “Mit Schuss” (with syrup), usually raspberry or woodruff flavored.
The name literally means ‘over bridge’ but is used as a transitive verb to mean to bridge the gap. Berlin is a city of bridges too. 1700 of them in fact! Pittsburgh is a community as rich in German heritage as it is in over water crossings.
Sweat & Gold
West Coast IPA
An old school throwback to the west coast original IPA. A slightly malty body supported by Piney, earthy and dank hops with just a touch of citrus to keep it clean.
Pittsburgh is more than a city," declared Herbert Casson in his popular history The Romance of Steel (1907). It was "the acme of activity," "an industrial cyclone," a region of "sweat and gold," a singular place where labor became "an untiring fury to produce." As awe-inspiring as the Grand Canyon, Pittsburgh possessed the "secret of perpetual energy which science cannot explain." Another popular image put it simply: "Pittsburgh is hell with the lid off."
Jail Trail Wheat Ale
American Wheat Ale
A summer time refreshing American style wheat beer with subtle spice, tangerine and ripened lemon notes.
Jack Rabbit DIPA
Our double dippa', just like the one yinz love at Kennywood.