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PT's Brewing Co. Ready to Pour Out Seven Original Beers

The brewery tapped Dave Otto as the brewmaster and plans to serve a full menu.

The former Tenaya Creek Brewery converted into a PT's Brewing Co.
The former Tenaya Creek Brewery converted into a PT's Brewing Co.
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PT’s Brewing Co.
Address: 3101 N. Tenaya Way
Phone: 725-333-7151
Status: Open 24 hours a day

Here comes PT’s Brewing Co., the first in the chain’s breweries taking over the former Tenaya Creek space in the northwest. The brewery celebrates its grand opening on Friday, Feb. 26, from 6 p.m. to midnight with free passed appetizers and beer, as well as $4 and $5 PT’s Brewing Co. beer specials.

But once that’s over, the brewery serves a full menu as well as its own craft beers on tap, along with other featured local craft and domestic beers. Brewmaster Dave Otto conjured up six house brews as well as a seasonal saison. Most recently, Otto was the head brewmaster at Big Dog’s Brewing Co.

Otto created Horizon Ale, a crisp cream ale brewed with light malts and a touch of American hops; Sahara Pale Ale, a classic American-style pale ale with notes of pine, citrus and stone fruit; Sunset Wit, a new take on a Belgian-style white ale brewed with coriander and grapefruit zest; Sean Patrick’s Irish Red, an Irish-style red ale with hints of toasted malts and caramel; Boulder Stout, a nitro poured Irish-style stout with notes of coffee and cocoa; and a Hualapai IPA, an assertively hopped West Coast-style IPA. Otto’s winter/spring seasonal brewed saison features lemon grass and thyme, dry-hopped with Citra hops and fermented with a classic saison yeast.

Dine on a Brew House burger with peppered bacon, Wisconsin-aged cheddar cheese, sautéed mushrooms, white truffle oil and frie; stir-fried quinoa with chicken and peas; pork ‘n’ beans with a braised pork shoulder with country beans; and dirty paella with dirty rice, shrimp, calamari and braised pork.

Share roasted Brussels sprouts with peppered bacon and beer grain mustard; crispy pork belly with bourbon barbecue sauce; shrimp and grits; and giant Bavarian pretzels with beer cheese.

Or go for one of the sandwiches such as a country fried chicken, a grilled cheese, a barbecue pulled pork, a New Yorker and an A.B.L.T. made with avocado, bacon, lettuce and tomato and mayonnaise on Italian bread. Soups, salads, tavern apps, pizzas and breakfast fare round out the menu.

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