Trace Brewing Announces Expansion Of Second Taproom In Pittsburgh

Trace Brewing originally opened in late 2020 selling cans for takeout only at their taproom in the Bloomfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Fast forward almost three years later and the brewery is on the verge of opening its second taproom in the Steel City.

Trace Echo“, as it will be known, will be located at 23 Miltenberger Street with an expected opening of Fall 2023. The Pittsburgh based brewery recently announced the news on social media. The location is the site of a major redevelopment project approved by Pittsburgh’s Urban Redevelopment Authority in 2023.

As a part of the announcement the brewery posted an illustration of the space that you can see below. (Illustration courtesy YEAHYELHSA).

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The announcement went on to say about the space: “Trace Echo will carry a similar vibe and similar offerings to those of Trace Bloomfield – on a more intimate level. The small, corner lot on Miltenberger + Forbes will feature a cozy bar, a handful of indoor tables, and a large, three-season outdoor space. Easy access to (upcoming) protected bike lanes and just a few bus stops from the heart of downtown.”

As many locals have come to find, the original taproom in Bloomfield has become synonymous not just with its craft beer but a robust coffee menu as well. The Trace Cafe features a wide variety of espresso, drip and iced coffee, lattes, and much more. And this passion for providing a top notch coffee experience will be continued as the brewery plans to provide the “first-ever dedicated brick and mortar outpost for our friends at #GhostCoffeeCollab – serving daily offerings from a full espresso bar” as the announcement confirms.

You can see the full announcement below:


For now, be sure you visit Trace Brewing for all the latest updates and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to keep up with the news.

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