‘For Rent’ Sign Appears On Insurrection AleWorks Strip District Taproom; No Mention Of Closure From Brewery

It would appear as if Insurrection AleWorks has closed its taproom in the Strip District neighborhood of Pittsburgh. This would mark the second time in one week that we have reported on a brewery taproom closure with no notice or announcement from the brewery. (Burd’s Nest recently appeared to have closed their main brewery in Carlisle).

As of this writing, there is no word from Insurrection AleWorks on the status of the taproom. However, it would appear as if they have removed any mention of the space from their website.

A “For Rent” sign was placed on their taproom at 1812 Penn Avenue as noticed by the public earlier this week. In addition, the Google listing for the location lists it as permanently closed.

As we reported in the past this location was first announced in 2020 opening in the bustling Strip District neighborhood. Based on the social media activity of the brewery their main operation in Heidelberg appears to still be open for business as usual.

A message sent by us to the brewery was not immediately returned. We will update with any information as it is made available.

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