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  • Today on Facebook, Instagram, and other social media, the owners of Penn Brewery (in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) - Sandy Cindrich, Corey Little, and Linda Nyman; announced their sale and upcoming retirement. They announced the sale was to Stefan Nitsch. Stephan Nitsch is described in their post as a Pittsburgh based businessman and owner of Arkham Realty. Their post on their social media also announces their retirement after thirteen years of running the brewery.\n\n\n\nTheir post reads: \n\n\n\nBig news! Penn Brewery\u2019s owners - Sandy Cindrich, Corey Little, and Linda Nyman - are pleased to announce the sale of the company to Stefan Nitsch, Pittsburgh-based businessman and owner of Arkham Realty. After thirteen years helming the Brewery, Sandy, Linda, and Corey plan to retire.Sandy noted, \u201cIn an era when so many small and mid-sized breweries are being bought up by large corporate entities, it was critical that as a \u2018quintessentially Pittsburgh\u2019 institution, Penn Brewery remain locally based and independently owned.\u201dHaving spent his childhood in Austria and Switzerland, and his adulthood in Pittsburgh, Stefan says, \u201cI\u2019m a huge fan of Penn\u2019s \u201cEuro-Pittsburgh\u201d branding and look forward to bringing it to the next generation of Penn consumers.\u201dLet\u2019s raise a glass to Stefan! Stefan Wolfgang NitschArkham Realty and Property ManagementPenn Brewery - Facebook Post\n\n\n\nPenn Brewery\n\n\n\n(The following statistics comes from the Penn Brewery Untappd Page.) Penn Brewery is a micro brewery from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It has 163 unique beers with a global average rating of 3.48 and over 178 thousand ratings. Their Untappd description reads: Pittsburgh\u2019s oldest and largest brewery, Penn is housed in the mid nineteenth-century landmark E&O Brewery Building in the North Side\u2019s Deutschtown neighborhood, which was settled by German immigrants. Penn has been producing high-end craft beers since 1986, specializing in authentic, award-winning German-style beers brewed in the tradition of these immigrants, according to the strict quality standards of Reinheitsgebot. Our beers\u2019 great taste comes from real German hops and two-row barley, with no added corn or rice fillers. Penn Brewery is proudly independently owned and operated.\n\n\n\nPenn Brewery (Photo Courtesy: Wikipedia)\n\n\n\nFrom Wikipedia: Penn Brewery, also known as the Pennsylvania Brewing Company, is a brewery and restaurant in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was founded by Tom Pastorius in 1986, and is located at 800 Vinial Street in the Troy Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, on the site of the former Eberhardt and Ober Brewery (founded in 1848).\n\n\n\n2009 Closure\n\n\n\n\"On January 2, 2009, Birchmere ended beer production at the Vinial Street location and laid off 8 of the 10 brewery employees. All production was outsourced to the Lion Brewery in Wilkes-Barre, PA. The restaurant was scheduled to close February 28, 2009, but a last-minute agreement allowed it to remain at its current location for the next five years.On August 19, 2009, Birchmere announced the indefinite closing of the Penn Brewery Restaurant.Penn Brewery - Wikipedia\n\n\n\nSubsequent Re - Opening\n\n\n\nOn November 23, 2009, Penn Brewery issued a press announcement indicating that a small group of local investors, had acquired Penn Brewery from Birchmere Capital, under undisclosed terms, and that the original owner would be returning to lead a restart of brewing at the Vinial Street location, as well as an eventual reopening of the restaurant.[2]On December 8, 2009, brewing officially resumed at the E & O facility, with the first mashing occurring at 10:20 AM. December 30, 2009 at 4:00 PM marked the first beer tasting of the new era of Penn Brewery.On December 30, 2009 the Penn Brewery Restaurant opened for a \"sneak peek\" preview of the beers. Festivities were open to the public and the response was incredible.[3]In February 2010 a new kegging line was installed, and on February 17, 2010, the first kegs of locally brewed Penn Brewery beer were released to wholesalers.Penn Brewery - Wikipedia\n\n\n\nPittsburgh\n\n\n\nIt's good to see the brewery taking on new ownership and continuing to live on. With more and more breweries closing due to COVID and other issues (like the recently announced Newfangled Brew Works closing) its good to see older staples like Penn Brewery continuing to live on.\n\n\n\nAmy and myself just came back from a trip that included Pittsburgh, but sadly we didn't stop at Penn Brewery. In 2019 my daughters and I also had a road trip which included Pittsburgh, and we went by Penn Brewery but they were closed. Pittsburgh is a great city with a lot (read: a ton) of breweries, so if you are ever able to - make sure to get out there and check out the city and all the great breweries! You won't be disappointed.\n\n\n\nArticles about those trips:\n\n\n\nGoing on the Road (2019)The Trip: Day 1 (2019)The Trip: Day 2 (2019)The Trip: Day 3 (2019)A Long 7 Day Road Trip out to Indianapolis (2020) The Trip to Indy \u2013 Day Two Recap: Landfall in Pittsburgh and Shenanigans (Allusion Brewing Company, Couch Brewery, Hop Farm Brewing Company)The Trip to Indianapolis: Day Two: Rock Furnace Trail, Allusion Brewing Company, Couch Brewery, Riverview Park, Hop Farm Brewing Company, and The Meadows Casino and Racetrack.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nAlso check out: \n\n\n\nBREW: The Museum of Beer (Pittsburgh, PA) \u2013 Is Set to Launch Their Online Exhibit\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nFor More Information on Penn Brewery\n\n\n\nPenn Brewery (Facebook)Penn Brewery (Instagram)Penn Brewery (Twitter)Penn Brewery (Untappd)Penn Brewery (Official Website)Penn Brewery (Wikipedia) \n\n\n\nOther News and Closings\n\n\n\nWe have covered many brewery openings, expansions, closings, and other news here on the blog. Be sure to check out all the various articles we\u2019ve written below.\n\n\n\nThanks for reading, and be sure to check out other brewery openings and other brewery news recently:\n\n\n\nOther Half Brewing Company Opening Friday 2.18.22 in PhiladelphiaMidwest Coast Brewery OpeningBrewery Opening: Howling Henry\u2019s (Hummelstown)Brewery Opening: Highway Manor (Camp Hill)Brewery Opening: Rotunda Brew Pub (Hershey)Is JB LoveDraft\u2019s Opening a Brewery?Tattered Flag at Hollywood Casino \u2013 Grantville \u2013 Opening Their 5th LocationJB LoveDraft\u2019s Grand Opening (Mechanicsburg)ZeroDay Opens Their New Tap Room (Harrisburg)Victory Brewery Fire and Explosion (Kennett Square)Sign of the Horse Brewery is Expanding in Hanover (Taking Over the Old Miscreation Brewery)Brewery Tour: Couch Brewery (Pittsburgh)Brewery Visit: Mellow Mink (Mechanicsburg)A Sneak Peak at the new Rubber Soul Brewery (Hummelstown)Rubber Soul Grand Opening (Hummelstown)VooDoo Lancaster ClosingRiver Bend Hop Farm and Brewery ClosesGrand Opening of Hemauer Brewing (Mechanicsburg)Rally Point Tap Room Opening \u2013 Cox Brewing Company \u2013 ElizabethtownSpigot Brewing ClosesFull Pint Brewing ClosesNight Shift Brewing Cancels ExpansionMikkeller Brewing NYC Closes PermanentlyPilger Ruh Brewing Needs Your Help (Pottsville)Official BBQ (Pizza Boy Secondary Location) (Rutherford)Aslin Beer Co. Now Ships to PennsylvaniaBoneshire Brew Works to Open Second Taproom in Harrisburg (Harrisburg)Aslin Beer Company Confirms Expanding to PittsburghRural City Beer Company Coming to Beamstown PAGrand Opening of Forest and Main\u2019s New BrewpubNew Bells-gium \u2013 New Belgium Owned Company Buys Bell\u2019s BreweryHuman Robot Expanding to JenkintownHigh Road Brewing Company Coming to Camp Hill, Pennsylvania in Summer 2022YAH Brewing\u2019s First Can DropRAR Brewing\u2019s Star Wars Can DropArboretum Trail Brewing Company Opens Their Doors TomorrowMacklin Brewing Company in DevelopmentMichaux Brewing Company Grand OpeningShy Bear Brewing Announces Two New LocationsNewfangled Brew Works Announces ClosurePenn Brewery Announces Sale and Owner's RetirementBrewery Openings \u2013 Archives\n\n\n\nThanks For Reading\n\n\n\nThank you all for reading. As I said in the article its great to see this long living brewery continue on. The building is a beautiful building and its a wonderful brewery with some fantastic beers, and is a staple of Troy Hill in Pittsburgh. So its so good to see them continue on and prosper. Likewise, hope the owners of Penn Brewery - Sandy Cindrich, Corey Little, and Linda Nyman - enjoy their retirement. \n\n\n\nWe have lots of articles popping up about our trip out to Cleveland, Canton, and Pittsburgh, so be sure to check those out. As well as lots of other things going on, like our ad agreement with MICET Group and lots of other fun beer reviews, brewery reviews, book reviews, and more. So please subscribe and follow. \n\n\n\nCheers and thanks all!\n\n\n\n-B. Kline\n\n\n\nAs always, thank you everyone for reading! Leave your likes, comments, suggestions, questions, etc, in the comments section. Or use the Feedback \u2013 Contact Us \u2013 page, and we\u2019ll get right back to you! You can also reach out to us at our direct e-mail address:\n\n\n\nThank you for visiting our blog. 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