While in Pittsburgh, our friends took us to a local brewery. What makes Church Brew Works interesting is that it was once the building for a big, beautiful church. They converted it to a restaurant/ microbrewery but still kept the design and decor. From the outside, it still looks like a church. You walk into a large open space. In the altar area, they have the beer brewing and the kitchen in located in another connected building. We decided to taste a few of their brews and of course the Pittsburgh staple pierogies.

As you can see, Eric enjoyed his sample of all the different types of beer. I personally enjoyed the special wheat brew they were serving. Besides the yummy food and drinks, it was also neat to see that they used original pews and chairs for seating and the windows still have the stained glass. This was definitely a unique and fun Pittsburgh experience.