|Fri||5-10pm (Taqueria El Pastorcito)|
|Sat||2-10pm (El Gusto Criollo International)|
Strange Roots exists at the intersection of farmhouse brewing tradition and creative, locally-driven experimentation. We’re passionate about celebrating our environment through the use of local ingredients, varying fermentation methods and micro flora, and strive to create unique artisan ales inspired by our surroundings here in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains.
Gibsonia – Brewery
4399 Gibsonia Rd.
Millvale – Taproom
501 E. Ohio St.
|Wed||4-10pm (Pittsburgh Sandwich Society)|
|Thu||4-10pm (Pittsburgh Sandwich Society)|
|Fri||4-Midnight (Pittsburgh Sandwich Society)|
|Sat||12-10pm (Pittsburgh Sandwich Society)|
THE PLAGUE IS COMING…
We are excited to announce that we will be releasing The Plague 2021 this Wednesday (10/20) at noon via our online store (store.strangerootsbeer.com). We are also excited to be releasing a brand new addition to The Plague series – “The Omen.” Pick ups for all bottles of The Plague, The Omen as well as T-Shirts will begin on 10/27 at our Millvale location and 10/29 at our Gibsonia location. We are also offering PA Shipping for bottle purchases to many areas throughout the State of Pennsylvania via Quick Courier Service. More details below…
Frequently Asked Questions
Wild beer is a type of beer that is typically fermented with yeast, wild yeast (brettanomyces) and bacteria. The bacteria, often found in other foods like cheese, bread, and yogurt, produces acids that give the beer a tart and refreshing flavor profile. Most of our sour beers are aged in oak barrels for an average time of 9-12 months.
A coolship (koelschip) is a low lying, open, flat vessel in which beer naturally cools overnight (24-48 hours). During cooling, resident microorganisms (part of our terroir) inoculate the beer to initiate the fermentation. So, when we use our coolship, we don’t add yeast…it all comes from nature.
Terroir is a term typically used in the wine industry to explain the complete natural environment in which a particular wine is produced, including factors such as the soil, topography, and climate. The specific conditions create characteristic tastes and flavors imparted by the environment in which it is produced. In the sour beer community, terroir is very important because the process is very much like wine making.
No. We prefer not to use this method and rely on a more natural approach.
We love supporting and participating in local events, however like we mentioned before, we’re a small brewery and our ability to donate beer is very limited. Additionally, PA laws are strict on donation of alcoholic beverages. If you have an event that you think would be a particularly good fit, feel free to reach out to Mark at email@example.com.
We currently can only ship beer to residents of Pennsylvania. To order, visit our online store at https://store.strangerootsbeer.com/.
A small percentage of our beer is available in bars, restaurants, and retailers in the Pittsburgh area. If you are a local establishment interested in carrying Strange Roots beer or a customer looking for a place to buy it, please contact Dennis Hock at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes! Well behaved dogs are welcome to come and hang out in our outdoor beer garden area (but not inside).
Children are welcome if accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Tees, glassware, empty growlers and stickers are available for purchase at both of our locations.
Yes. We will fill 64oz and 32oz growlers of select beers. We also sell empty 64oz growlers for $5.
Yes! Our beer is brewed at our production facility located in Gibsonia, PA.
Same as our regular hours, weather permitting!
Our Millvale location has a full kitchen operated by Pittsburgh Sandwich Society. They are open when we are open. Their kitchen closed one hour before we close.
Our Gibsonia location currently features a rotating line-up of food trucks.
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