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What You'll Get
The pen may be mightier than the sword, but when it comes to ending wars, the pint glass has proven to be mightier than a sword-shaped pen. Pour a glass of frosty primordial lager with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $25 worth of beer, burgers, sandwiches, wings and more from Beer Nutz Bottle Shoppe and Grille. Along with a selection of more than 300 bottled beers and 35 rotating beers on draft, Beer Nutz serves inventive pub fare with a brew-centered approach. Pair a pint with flash-fried ahi tuna rolls ($7.99) or choose from a variety of sauce selections to adorn an order of wings ($6.99 for a dozen). Adventuresome eaters can traverse the Ruination Burger, a sizeable patty—topped with a fried egg, bacon, cheese, and onion rings—that rests between two full-grown grilled-cheese sandwiches ($9.99). A complete liquor and wine menu is also available.
The Valley News Dispatch raved about Beer Nutz. More than 1000 Facebookers have friended Beer Nutz, including actor Jeff Daniels and comedian Colin Quinn. 90% of more than 100 Urbanspooners recommend it.
- The vast selections of beer available reminded us of the kid in a candy store scenario of being overwhelmed with choices -- and excitement. – Valley News Dispatch
- The Beer-Battered Fish Sandwich ($7.99) was awesome. A light and crispy batter coated a thick fillet of cod on an open-face kaiser roll. We never got to the roll because we were busy making our way through the 1-pound of fish that comprised the sandwich.- Valley News Dispatch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Beer Nutz Bottle Shoppe & Grille
Celebrated in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review for its more than 600 hoppy brews, Beer Nutz Bottle Shoppe & Grille pours 35 rotating drafts to complement a menu of delicious—and sometimes intimidating—pub fare. Their featured burger, the aptly named Ruination, challenges bold visitors with its jaw-dropping combination of fried eggs, bacon, and a bun that consists of two texas-toast grilled cheese sandwiches. Lobster rolls and hefty one-pound fish sandwiches round out the menu alongside wings triple flavored by Yuengling marinades, spicy rubs, and tangy sauces. Opened on the same day the Pittsburgh Penguins won the 2009 Stanley Cup, the restaurant hosts game-watching nights as well as regular wine tastings, live music performances, and games of pin the tail on the keg.