The late golfer preferred a drink that was two parts tea and one part lemonade.
Time to get into the pumpkin state of mind, area eateries are offering pierogies, mac ‘n’ cheese, bagels and martinis with pumpkin content.
First-ever event at Lawrenceville’s Hop Farm Brewing Co. offers two, three-hour sessions and Chihuahua costume contests.
Aurochs Brewing Co. reopens its doors to an expanded brewery, tasting room and tap list on Ohio River Boulevard in Emsworth.
The two help launch private alcohol sales in Pennsylvania for the first time since Prohibition.
“Brew: The Museum of Beer” aims to be a heady first-day tourism attraction on par with Cleveland’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
New spread will be home to a main winery, new brewery and distillery, and you also can visit the company’s other winery, cidery and more.
Construction Junction is welcoming other events around its annual Steel City Big Pour beer, food and art fest on Sept. 10
The moonshine, vodka, bourbon, whiskey — even the barrels — are made by hand at McLaughlin Distillery.
For the first time, 94 Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores now have Sunday hours, and more stores will be added soon.
The group meets every Thursday for happy hour at a different bar in the city, and has since June 2011.
Lawrenceville brewpub in a church is serving a beer dinner made by its original brewmaster and original chef.
Second annual festival celebrating Pittsburgh’s British ties pours it on Sept. 6-11.
Westmoreland County attraction plans to make Pennsylvania rye whiskey.
The logistics of getting a new system up is going to be a challenge, according to those involved in both the licensing and retail sides.
A new local distillery, the maker of Liberty Pole Spirits, opens Saturday as part of the fun.
Somerset County’s “first legal distillery since Prohibition” is serving moonshine and aging whiskey and more.
The second brewpub on Main Street in the Butler County seat joins Reclamation Brewing Co.; Church Brew Works heats up with meteorites.
For years, the prevailing history of American whiskey has been framed as a lily-white affair.
The cocktail in the copper mug turns 75 this year and a pair of city bartenders’ recipes will be in a coffee table book about the drink.
For the first time, the Sharp Edge’s mostly-imports beer festival will benefit Make-A-Wish.
The Symphony, the Mavericks and the Laurel Highlands Bluegrass Festival all scheduled for this weekend.
Abjuration Brewing will give a taste of the beers it will be making in the Parkway Theater in McKees Rocks.
Members of online craft beer community to hit brewpubs and bars across the city July 14-17 and local beer geeks can join them.
Red Pump Spirits and the Washington Winery are within blocks of each other on Main Street and close to Liberty Pole Spirits, too.
Spirits makers to open in the Strip District, Somerset and West Overton.
Mingo Creek Craft Distillers is making whiskey near where rebels protested a tax on their rye whiskey after the Revolutionary War.
The bill takes effect in 60 days, though it might take months before Pennsylvanians will be able to buy wine at grocery stores.
The North Side’s Penn Brewery hosts the last of the beer festivals it started in 1995 that helped build the craft beer industry.
The new urban winery makes a variety of wines and is not far from Wigle Whiskey’s Barrelhouse and Whiskey Garden.
Sunday afternoon series is a chance to enjoy a shot and a free local beer, German food and other fun at the Wigle Barrelhouse and Garden.
Pennsylvania winemaker Tony Narcisi says the state’s wine gets a bad rap.
Deer Hunter, Jewel and a Bluegrass Benefit Concert are slated for the weekend as well as ”Cirque de la Symphonie” at Heinz Hall.
May 7 dinner of five courses with Full Pint beers previews the new Downtown restaurant by chefs Richard DeShantz and Keith Fuller.
In the heart of the Allegheny National Forest, CJ Spirits’ Wilds Leek Vodka and first Leekfest celebrate the ramp.
The German beer will flow as the North Side’s Teutonia Mannerchor marks the passage of Rheinheitsgetbot this weekend.
The South Side club Lava Lounge will close at the end of the month to become Monster, an LGTB-friendly bar.
Pig Iron Public House’s new house beer is a red India pale ale with plenty of other local color.
Starting Friday and running through April 24, the promotion of the region’s craft beer industry is in its fifth year.
Events are planned at brewpubs, breweries, restaurants, bars and other places across the city and region April 15-24.
One of the first craft beers in the country started here, with a Philadelphia twist.
Homer City’s Disobedient Spirits wins two silvers in American Distilling Institute judging; Strip District’s Maggie’s Farm wins two bronzes.
Proceeds from sales of this women-brewed beer at Rock Bottom in Homestead go to scholarships for women beer professionals.
Here’s an elegant, Japanese-inspired drink to celebrate the arrival of Washington, D.C.’s, famed cherry blossoms
The Bunny Trolley runs, Blake Shelton hits town and the Orchid Show displays luminous flowers.
Maggie’s Farm Rum wins best of show spirit and Wigle Whiskey wins a dozen medals.
Globally, in per capita wine consumption, the U.S. ranks 39th, but in wine production it ranks fourth.
Tea dueling and tea-infused beer are part of the three-day event, which begins Friday.
Mountain biking member makes a special bourbon barrel stout for the occasion.
Laurel Highlands Meadery opening a tasting room in Irwin.