Full Pint Brewing

Full Pint Brewing is the regions newest craft brewery.  They are located in North Versailles and currently have 8 craft beers available.  They are open Monday thru Saturday 5 pm – 9 pm.  You can take a brewery tour and sit in their sampling room and sample their latest brews.  Best of all you can take home a mix and match six pack, a case of your favorite or have them fill your growler.  This brewery is definitely worth the trip and their beers are amazing and becoming extremely popular.

They contribute their success to their team of  partners which include Sean Hallisey, Barrett Goddard, Andrew Maxwell, Sean McIntyre and Mark Kegg. All but Kegg were former brewers at John Harvard’s Brew House, the Wilkins brewpub that closed in 2008. Combined, they have more than 50 years of brewing experience making them extremely knowledgeable and great brewers.

Their newest brew, Rye Rebellion was a big hit with the Nightwire staff.  Rye Rebellion Imperial Stout is a smooth roasty stout aged in rye whiskey barrels.

Full Pint brewery has the capacity to produce 11,000 barrels a year. In comparison, Penn Brewery, a North Side brewpub, has the capacity to produce 30,000 barrels annually, while East End Brewing Co., a microbrewery in East Liberty, can only produce 3,000 barrels a year.

Tri-P.A .– This Imperial IPA was triple-batched, using a different hop and crystal malt in each batch.  They then dry-hopped it with the same three hops during fermentation. The end result is an intensely hoppy, high gravity beer with caramel undertones.

All In Amber – Five brewers went “All In” to form Full Pint Brewing Company.  Their first collaborative brew, All In Amber, is a nicely balanced drinkable beet that can be enjoyed year round.  Cheers to you for enjoying their inaugural brew!

Perc E Bust – This Robust Porter was brewed with percolated Guatemalan coffee from the Commonplace Coffee Company in Squirrel Hill, PA.

Chinookie  IPA – They hit this full bodied IPA with “nookie” four times during the brewing process to give this ale its trademark Chinook hop character.  Then then “dry nookied” this flavourful ale to further enhance its grapefruit and pine aroma.

Hobnobber – Be it Columbus or Tettnag, the Hobnobbler never discriminates.  This daring single hopped session ale keeps the same malt bill but changes the hop venue every time they brew it.

Rumpelpilsner – As legend tells it….Rumpelstiltzkin spun straw into gold.  Rumpelpilsen spins malt and hops into a liquid gold creating a brew of mythological proportions.

White Lightning – is a Belgian-Style White Ale which combines a complex malt   character with sweet orange peel, coriander and grains of paradise.  The end result is a shockingly refreshing wheat beer that can be enjoyed all year long.

In March, Full Pint Brewing is planning on expanding their brew pub to include pizza and many other food items to compliment their brews. So gather your friends and head on out, Full Pint Brewing is just a short drive from Pittsburgh and most definitely worth the trip.. see you there!! For more information visit them at

Full Pint Brewing
1963 Lincoln Highway
North Versailles, PA 15137