Spring Hill Brewing was started by Greg Kamerdze out of his kitchen in Bloomfield.  He's been brewing for the last 10 years, deciding to devote his efforts full time after refining his recipes and finding the perfect location in Pittsburgh's North Side.  We currently brew beer on a nano scale, producing about 2 bbl or 60 gallons per batch.

We are located in a former social club  that was founded in roughly 1900.  The Workingmen's Beneficial Union (or WBU for short) was a community space for German immigrants and once housed a ballroom and a six-lane bowling alley.   It closed in 1999 and suffered a lot of damage in the meantime.   It's renovation over the course of 3 years has brought it back to life, but we will soon be serving our fresh farmhouse ales out of our taproom!

We brew exclusively session ales using a mixed culture of lively and flavorful yeast strains.  We like mixing and matching different cultures to produce complex and unique beers that are typically 5% abv and under.  Five flagships and three rotating seasonals.  Some are hoppy, some are sour, and some taste like a sourdough pretzel.  What does that mean?  You'll have to come visit us for a taste. 

Joining us at 1958 Varley St. is the Asado food truck by Gaucho, serving their famous wood-fired barbecue!  Rescue Street Farms will be cultivating the land with some tasty beer ingredients! The WBU event hall will be hosting parties and other fun events!  Shadyside Worms will be assisting us with composting our spent grain!  We also have a small apiary, BeeBoy Honey, buzzing away already!  There's a lot happening up here, so don't blink!