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Strange Roots Experimental Ales Welcomes Pittsburgh Sandwich Society to Onsite Kitchen!

Strange Roots Experimental Ales Welcomes Pittsburgh Sandwich Society to Onsite Kitchen!

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The perfect brew can easily be amped up a notch by a meal that is to die for. We are blessed with so many amazing food trucks throughout Pittsburgh. Whether it’s sushi, pizza, or anything in between, the perfect meal can make the perfect beer even better. Starting this weekend, there’s an epic combination coming to Millvale!

Strange Roots Experimental Ales is one of the most unique breweries in Pittsburgh. One of the things that I love about this place is that they are never afraid to push the envelope and produce some of the quirkiest brews in the ‘Burgh! This week, they announced a killer partnership! 

Pittsburgh Sandwich Society, a local food truck with sammies to die for, is officially calling Strange Roots’ Millvale location their home! With hours from Thursday-Sunday each week, you can catch this amazing food at Strange Roots from here on out. 

With options such as a yinzer version of an In-N-Out burger and a chicken club that is a smash hit, Strange Roots is teaming up with a partner that is a much-beloved food truck here in Pittsburgh. Recently, Pittsburgh Sandwich Society released the PGH Jawn.  Loaded with roasted pork, fries, broccoli rabe, cheese and other fixins, you can’t miss this sandwich. Paired with an IPA, you’ve got a perfect meal. 

The brunch menu for each Sunday also has me salivating. Burger lover? Check out the Big MacMuffin, a beef patty topped with plenty of cheese, a dippy egg, and burger sauce, all stuffed between an English muffin. Available with beef or vegetarian, this sounds like the perfect brunch. More of a chicken or hot dog fan? There’s options for you too. The BrunchDAWG is a bacon wrapped hot dog with egg, cheese, aioli, onions and candied jalapeños. Available on Sundays, this is a brunch to remember. 

With things up and running officially in Millvale, I can’t wait to see the great food that Pittsburgh Sandwich Society turns out, especially paired with Strange Root’s fantastic beers. Cheers to this amazing partnership and the great things to come! 

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