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A Beer Museum Is Coming to Pittsburgh

And yes, it will have a bar Food has earned its rightful place in numerous American museums — Julia Child’s kitchen is enshrined in the Smithsonian, for instance — but what about beer? That’s the idea behind Brew, a museum devoted entirely to the Western world’s favorite grain-based beverage that’s slated to open in Pittsburgh come 2018. According to a press release, Brew will be designed in collaboration with beer and food experts and feature interactive exhibits and activities — including, yes, drinking.
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