Vote for the Best IPA in Pittsburgh

We're on an expedition to find the best IPA in the Burgh, and we're partnering with The Food Tasters to make it happen. We surveyed local beer enthusiasts and breweries for their favorite IPAs. We've narrowed it down to the top 12 finalists, and now it's time to vote! Along with crowning the Best IPA in the Burgh, two voters will win $25 gift cards to the champion brewery!

How to Enter:

1) Check out our draft list of the Top 12 finalists 🏅

2) Vote for your favorite brewery in the form below 👍

This giveaway will close on August 31, 2019 at 11:59 pm EST. Winners will be drawn and announced shortly afterwards.

* Limited one entry per valid email address. See Terms & Conditions here.

Best IPA of the Burgh Draft List

Congratulations to CoStar Brewing!

Thanks to your votes, we're thrilled to crown CoStar Brewing's Candice IPA as the Best IPA in Pittsburgh!

Missed out on voting? Stay tuned for our next giveaway soon!

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