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Beer Release & Food Truck Roundup 10/2-6

October 4 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every day that begins at 5:00pm, repeating until October 6, 2019

Food truck times are estimated.

WEDNESDAY 10/2: Pub Chip Shop + RELEASE: CPA
THURSDAY 10/3: Blue Sparrow
FRIDAY 10/4: Blowfish BBQ
SATURDAY 10/5: Gyros N’at

SUNDAY 10/6: PGH Tortas

RELEASE: CPA
Back on tap is CPA, a soft and juicy all-Citra pale ale with flavors of candied orange, tangerine, and citrus zest. CPA is part of our series of Occasional Releases, a diverse collection of beers we release intermittently throughout the calendar year. Available on draft and to go in growlers starting this week.

BUILDING A BIGGER BG, PART TWO

This is part two of a three-part series on the story of our expansion. Part one covered the planning stages leading up to the onset of construction; parts two and three will cover the construction project itself.

PART TWO: THE FINER POINTS OF FLATNESS ENGINEERING
It’s been said that a good floor is a brewery’s most valuable piece of equipment. Taking that into consideration, the construction timeline can be broadly separated into two phases – Phase One: Things That Involve Floors, and Phase Two: Everything Else.

The moment we were given the go-ahead, we attacked Phase One with a stockpile of pent-up vigor. We set to work carving out trenches for drainage plumbing, turning eight thousand square feet of existing concrete floor into a tidy maze of cliffs and canyons. The trench floors required an even fall from each branch of the system to where it met the main sewer line, giving us our first real taste of precision flatness engineering. In came the plumbers, laying down a seriously chunky tree of piping with vertical stalks projecting upwards where each fixture would eventually be located. The plumbing inspector gave it his blessing, and we backfilled the trenches with crushed limestone.

Thus began a multi-week demolition ballet, loudly converting the remaining floors from big rocks into little rocks. Truckload after truckload of rubble was carted off, leaving us with a warehouse-sized zen garden of loose earth and mill slag. Time to engineer some more flatness.

Details

Date:
October 4
Time:
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Website:
brewgentlemen.com

Venue

Brew Gentlemen
512 Braddock Ave
Braddock, PA 15104 United States
Phone:
412-871-5075
Website:
https://www.brewgentlemen.com/

Organizer

Brew Gentlemen
Phone:
412-871-5075
Website:
https://www.brewgentlemen.com/