A product of the Boston Beer Company, most of Sam Adams beer was made in the Iron City Brewery in Pittsburgh for many years. Now, Boston Beer has a major production facility in Breinigsville, PA, outside of Allentown.
While Iron city is no longer made in Pittsburgh, it is still brewed in Pennsylvania. It is currently brewed under contract with City Brewery in Latrobe, PA.
Rolling Rock is now made in New Jersey. Its former plant in Latrobe is owned by City Brewing, which makes various beers under contract.
Guinness Blonde was also formally brewed in Latrobe. It is now brewed at the new Guinness Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House is located on the outskirts of Baltimore.
In addition to operations in Lakewood, New York, Cleveland, Ohio,and Charlotte, North Carolina, Southern Tier operates a brewpub of the North Shore of Pittsburgh.
The original Hofbräuhaus is in Munich, Germany. There are also locations in Chicago, Las Vegas, St. Louis, Cleveland, Newport, KY, and Pittsburgh.
Based in Ellon, Scotland, BrewDog has breweries in multiple countries. Its U.S. headquarters is in Columbus, Ohio, but it also has a brewpub in the East Liberty section of Pittsburgh.
Some of Pabst beers were made under contract at Lion Brewery, Inc, in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Pabst is currently made in various Miller factories, but recently announced a deal with City Brewing. No word yet whether that will happen in Latrobe or at another of City Brewing facilities.
Yuengling is Pennsylvania’s oldest brewery and the beer we drink here is made in PA. Yuengling also has a production facility in Tampa, Florida.
Red Stripe was made in Latrobe, PA for several years. After Heineken purchased the brand from Diageo (the maker of Guinness), they decided to move production back to Jamaica.
The Genesee Brewing Company, founded in 1878, is based in Rochester, New York. It is owned by FIFCO.
Iron Hill got its start in Newark, Delaware. It now has more than 20 locations, including a dozen in Pennsylvania, each with a brewery on site.