Roundabout Brewery Hosts 3rd Annual Smoketoberfest

Published On October 8, 2016 | By Shae Tyler | Food & Drink

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Lawrenceville’s own Roundabout Brewery kicks off its Oktober-festivities with the third installment of Smoketoberfest October 9.

This Sunday, a portion of 49th Street will be shut down for the brewery’s annual craft beer and smoked food festival.

Along with local food vendors and various performances from local musicians throughout the day, Roundabout’s signature smoked pepper beer kegs will be on tap for guests to enjoy.

Read on for details on the local brewhouse and what they’ve got in store for this Sunday:

roundabout brewery smoketoberfest

Roundabout History

Located on Butler Street, Roundabout is owned and operated by PGH transplants, Steve and Dyana Sloan. The couple met while working together at a brewery in Saint Louis and found they had one major thing in common–they both loved Pittsburgh. With that, they decided to take their love of craft beer and share their skills with a city that made them feel so welcome.

The Sloans offer a wide variety of draft beers with a menu that changes every three to four weeks. These delicious local brews can be enjoyed in their tasting room; or taken home in a growler to share with friends.

Both look forward to bringing multiple businesses and local artists together at their upcoming holiday festival.

Smoketoberfest Vendors

Smoketoberfest welcomes a handpicked selection of local food vendors, who’ll be on site sampling various smoked creations and cuisines. Check out a sneak peek of what’s on the menu for this year’s installment below:

  • Gaucho Asado Food Truck
    From the creator of Gaucho Parrilla Argentina, the Asado Food Truck is a woodfired grill on wheels, specializing in wood-fired meats and cuisine from Pittsburgh’s only Argentine grill.
  • Blowfish BBQ
    Praised for its sliced brisket, this food truck offers a variety of slow wood-fired meats and Pittsburgh-style barbecue dishes.
  • Butcher on Butler
    This family-owned meat shop has been serving the community the freshest meats through their signature cuts, featuring Foster’s famous Kielbasa, smoked hams, bacon, and more.
  • Driftwood Oven
    Adding a little variety to the smoke menu, this food truck bakes artisan pizzas and bread dishes in a hot brick oven.
  • Leona’s Ice Cream Sandwiches
    Top off your night with a little dessert made from “locally sourced, hand-held happiness.”

Live Music Preview

Enjoy bites and brews over live music from various Pittsburgh artists and musicians, including:

Psychedelic jam band, The 9th Ward:

Rock-soul outfit, Chrome Moses:

 
and acoustic folk artist, James Hart:

Smoketoberfest will happen rain or shine, so come hungry and prepared to enjoy a variety of smoke-infused creations.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at Roundabout Brewery (4901 Butler St Pittsburgh, PA 15201) or online via Eventbrite.

Smoketoberfest tickets include a souvenir 20oz glass, one complimentary beer, a sample from each smoked food vendor, and access to all live music performances.

Check out the Roundabout Brewery website for more details and info!

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