• Fort Pitt Beer Coaster Set of 4 - Vintage Beer and Ale . Est. 1906

    This is a round 4" diameter and 1/4" thick, flexible, slip-resistant and durable, rubber coaster set of 4. Coasters are also washable. Polyester with open cell black rubber backing.

    • Color: Green
    • Brand: Fort Pitt
    • ASIN: B01MSIKBPM
    • UPC: 650181158221

  • Vintage Drink Fort Pitt Beer the Good Beer Advertising Bottle Opener

    This is a vintage bottle opener, advertising Fort Pitt Beer, stamped with "Drink Fort Pitt Beer, The Good Beer," unsigned, maker unknown. Length: About 3 1/4 inches long. Condition: Condition is as pictured. You will receive the exact bottle opener that is pictured, please refer to photos for a better idea of the condition.

    • Brand: Black Market Antiques
    • ASIN: B0759T84H1

  • Vintage Fort Pitt Old Shay DeLuxe Beer & Ale Advertising Bottle Opener

    This is a vintage bottle opener, advertising Fort Pitt Beers and Ales, unsigned, maker unknown. Length: About 3 1/2 inches long. Condition: Condition is as pictured. You will receive the exact bottle opener that is pictured, please refer to photos for a better idea of the condition.

    • Brand: Black Market Antiques
    • ASIN: B07623JCDC

  • Fort Pitt Beer Which is Larger? Optical illusion Blotter ca 1940s

    One of a pair, originally. We only have the one. 7 1/4 x 3 1/2", unused back. Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image.

    • Brand: The Jumping Frog
    • ASIN: B0186UG40K

  • Brewing in Greater Pittsburgh (Images of America)

    Although Pittsburgh is best known for the many steel mills that have dotted its landscape, it has also been a major center for the brewing of beer and ale throughout its history. Since 1765, when common beer was first brewed for British soldiers at Fort Pitt, the city has produced a tremendous amount of beer to quench the thirst of steelworkers who toiled in the city’s mills. Brands like Iron City, Duquesne (or “Duke”), Rolling Rock, and Stoney’s are still known in the area today, while old-timers might remember names like Fort Pitt, E&O, Carnegie, and Dutch Club, among others. Many towns surrounding Pittsburgh, such as McKeesport, Latrobe, and Aliquippa, were also home to breweries that thrived for many years. Through more than 220 historic images, Brewing in Greater Pittsburgh looks at the most prominent brewers in the Greater Pittsburgh area, covering Allegheny, Beaver, Westmoreland, and other neighboring counties.

    • Brand: Brand: Arcadia Publishing
    • ASIN: 0738597767