BICYCLE SEAT

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WHEAT   ABV  5.1%   IBU  20 Fermentables: 2-Row Pale, Wheat, CaraPils, Honey Malt Hops: Horizon, Cascade Take this one out for a spin…or, it’s just like riding a bike…or some other hackneyed slogan. The weather is getting warmer, so here’s a hazy wheat beer! It’s citrusy on the nose, especially as it warms in the glass. The flavor is …

Do You Even Jenga, Bruh?!

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Do You Even Jenga, Bruh?! Compete in Spoonwood’s First-Ever Really Big Jenga Tournament During Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week! If you’ve visited the Spoonwood Brewing taproom before, you may have noticed an adult-sized version of Jenga tucked away in the far corner of the dining room. And if you didn’t see it, perhaps you heard it as someone’s Jenga fate met …

Screamin’ Danger Pinned and Tapped at Carson Street Deli Thursday Night!

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Screamin’ Danger Pinned and Tapped at Carson Street Deli Thursday Night! It’s been a few weeks since our friends Coheed and Cambria played an absolutely phenomenal show at Stage AE. It was one of the better shows I’ve attended in recent memory and, without question, the light show that accompanied the music was the coolest I’ve ever seen live. Myself …

MARCH 10th LIVE MUSIC: JDA

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March 10, 2016 7:00 – 9:00 PM Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/theJDAband/ YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAdEW0yD_xQ

2 Minutes to Midnight Releases Feb. 26th and 27th

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2 Minutes to Midnight Releases Feb. 26th and 27th After a couple planning sessions, a very fun brew day, several weeks in the fermenter, the addition of vanilla, chili peppers, and chocolate from Sarver’s Speckled Hen Chocolate Company, an enjoyable back-and-forth exchange over the beer’s eventual name, and the anxious wait for bottle label approval, we are happy to report …

Screamin’ Danger IPA: Made in Collaboration with Coheed and Cambria

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Screamin’ Danger IPA: Made in Collaboration with Coheed and Cambria It started with a tweet. It ended with a kick-ass beer. If you were unaware, yours truly and both our brewers, Steve Ilnicki and James Evans, are HUGE Coheed and Cambria fans. Many days, the brewhouse is bumpin’ to the tracks of Coheed while brand new beers go from recipe …

6 Reasons To Join Us For Our Second Beer & Food Pairing

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6 Reasons To Join Us For Our Second Beer & Food Pairing Back in September of 2015, we began a tradition at Spoonwood that showcased the skills of our chefs and brewers while giving you a wonderful opportunity to get to know us a little better. It was our very first Food & Beer Pairing and the night was exceptional. …

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Greetings Spoonwood Nation! We have officially started up a weekly newsletter to better keep you informed on beer releases, food specials, brewery updates, and special events going down in our taproom or at destinations throughout our region. We encourage you to welcome us into your inbox so you never miss what’s happening at Spoonwood Brewing. Signing up is easy. Simply …

WOLKENHIMMEL

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Hefeweizen   ABV 5.3%   IBU 10

In The Tank, Out The Tank (vol. 4)

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I’d like to begin this installment by thanking my loyal readership. You’ve inspired my brewing, you’ve inspired my writing, and I owe a debt of gratitude to the both of you. It’s been a while since I last checked in – more than a month, in fact – and I suppose a lot has happened during that time. We closed …

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One 2015 is in the books. Another holiday season behind us and a brand new year in front of us. This time of year often leads to reflection and a dedication to doing something better with the days that lay ahead. Too often we get so caught up trying to make these monumental changes from some missed steps the year …

COLLAPSIUM

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Barleywine   ABV 11.3%   IBU 69 Fermentables: 2-Row, CaraRye Hops: Horizon, Goldings, Crystal The biggest, baddest beer we’ve ever brewed. This one is all malt, all the time. The heavily concentrated, not-quite-syrupy malt character is achieved by mashing a large amount of 2-row for a small kettle fill and boiling it for three hours, which is twice as long …