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Enjoy this pictorial history of the Fort Pitt Brewing Company, which operated in the Pittsburgh suburb of Sharpsburg for more than 50 years. In 1957, its parent company decided to exit the brewing business and make money instead in the jukebox business! The brand continued to appear until the year 1996, made in Baltimore and then Smithton, PA. Even today the Fort Pitt brand name is remembered by beer drinkers in the Steel City, and it is poised for a comeback in 2012, to be produced by the modern Duquesne Brewing Company. This book has 82 pages, is spiral bound, and has more than 560 images, mostly in color, of people, buildings, labels, signs, cans, and you name it.
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Rob Musson is a practicing physician and brewery historian from Medina, Ohio, who has published numerous books on the Ohio and Pennsylvania brewing industry, as well as a medical book on venous disorders of the legs, and a travelogue on U.S. Route 21.
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Book Description Zepp Publications, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0983840431