Trace Brewing, the newest addition to Pittsburgh’s bustling craft beer scene, will open it’s doors for the first time on Thursday, December 16, 2020, but only for to-go beer and merch sales, at least for the time being.
Due to Pennsylvania Governor Wolf’s recent restriction on inside dining, the brewery will only be offering to-go sales at this time.
Beer will be sold in 4-packs of 16oz and the brewery will be offering five beers on it’s first day lineup. Those five beers will be:
- Brass & Bronze – 7.3% IPA.
- Penny Auction – 5.0% Session Ale.
- Sun Shadows – 6.2% Lager.
- Guavagool – 5.4% Fruited Sour.
- Ray – 6.4% Saison.
The brewery will also be selling a full line of merch which includes shirts, hats, beanies, sweatshirts, stickers and glassware.
Sales of to-go beer start at 2pm on Thursday, December 17th, 2020 until 7pm at the brewery. Walk-ups to the brewery are welcome and no reservations or preorders are required.
The brewery even offers curbside pickup. Guests are asked to order by calling the brewery at (412) 904-3555 and to pullover or park right in front of the brewery on Main Street when they arrive.
It should be noted that Trace is adhering to all Center of Disease Control (CDC) guidelines as well as the guidelines of the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD). Patrons must wear masks at all times and keep at least 6 feet of between between other customers.
IMPORTANT! The brewery will be offering a contactless experience, so all sales will be credit or debit card only.
More information on Trace can be found at www.tracebloomfield.com.
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