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Primanti Bros, East End Brewing to unveil pickle beer for Picklesburgh

Paul Guggenheimer
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Pickle beer? What will they think of next?

Primanti Bros. Restaurant and Bar has partnered with East End Brewing to create the city’s first pickle-flavored craft beer.

“Almost Famous” Pickle Beer is being unveiled Thursday morning at the Primanti Bros. location in Market Square.

The pickle beer is making its debut just in time for Picklesburgh, the Steel City’s free annual festival celebrating all things pickled. It’s happening this weekend along the Roberto Clemente Bridge to the riverside lanes of Fort Duquesne Boulevard between Stanwix and Seventh streets.

The beer is available at selected Primanti Bros. locations in the Pittsburgh area and at East End Brewing in Larimer, while supplies last.

At this point, it’s difficult to say exactly what the beer tastes like but it’s been described as “dillicious.”

Paul Guggenheimer is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul at 724-226-7706 or [email protected].

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