1765 The year that British soldiers built a brewery at Fort Pitt, the first brewery in Allegheny County 348 Breweries in Pennsylvania, according to the Brewers Association 4,000 Breweries in the U.S. in 1872, before mergers and Prohibition 5,300 Breweries in the U.S. at the end of 2016 29,000 Breweries we would have in the U.S. if we had the same ratio of breweries to people as in 1872 29.8 Size, in barrels, of the brew house at Penn Brewery 1 Size, in barrels, of the brew house at Abjuration...
Abjuration: a repudiation or renouncement of a belief. Familiar with the term thanks to a shared love of Dungeons & Dragons, owners Tom Glover and Dave Hallam thought it a fitting name for their brewery, where they reject traditional beer styles in favor of a more experimental approach. Brewing in the back of the Parkway Theater, Abjuration is the second brewery to come to McKees Rocks (412 Brewery opened earlier this year, though it doesn’t yet have a taproom).
It was the last place I’d expect to find a brewery. On a sunny Thursday afternoon in late October, I found myself staring at the front of a movie theater in McKees Rocks. There was no sweet smell of cooking grain, no truck beds loaded with kegs, no signs at all that there was any brewing (or anything at all, really) going on within. But this was the address I had, so I headed around the back of the building and knocked.
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