A brewery, like the beach, is a relaxing oasis that allows tired travelers to bask in golden hues, frolic in frothy spumes, and get in splash fights with siblings. Savor sudsy fun with today’s Groupon: for $9, you get a full menu tasting, a logo growler, and a logo pint glass at Rust Belt Brewing Company (an $18 value).
Rust Belt Brewing serves a rotating selection of handcrafted microbrews, hosting regular tasting events to help sippers find their favorites. The current brew menu of eight phenomenal fermentations includes the Rusted River Irish red and Coke Oven Stout, which pays tribute to the steel-throated ironworkers of Ohio's industrial history. From the John Young line comes the popular St. Michael's double pale ale, A Big Ail belgian-style abbey, and rich McPoyle's milk stout, the quaff of choice for of-age tabbies and discerning drinkers alike. Budding brewers and hops-craving connoisseurs can sip on skillfully brewed creations before receiving a logo pint glass and a logo growler to commemorate the toast-worthy occasion.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Jambar, and Valley 24 featured Rust Belt Brewing Company. BeerAdvocate reviewers give the brewery's beers a B average. More than 2,900 Facebookers are friends with Rust Belt Brewing Company.
- His beer is brewed with tap water from the city of Youngstown. He does not filter the brews, and even takes pride that they contain a little brewing sediment. But what else would you expect from a big bottle of Rusted River Irish Red Ale? – Bob Batz Jr., Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
- good roasty grain element right off the bat, very nice. Some dark chocolate mid-palate, dry and not too intense. – Brewdlyhooked13 about Rust Belt Brewing Company's Coke Oven Stout, BeerAdvocate