Any Iron City or IC Lite fans out there? Its a Pittsburgh brewing company and the beer is...well, its an aquired taste. It is worth trying out and sadly, I can only get it one place down here. Its a pizza joint and they only order it by the keg.

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Can't get it in SC either. We have some guys who hail from the PA West Coast and they usually bring some back when they go home for a visit. It's kinda like Yuengling was for us East PA guys, but since ol' Dick Yuengling bought the brewery in Tampa, he's spread the good stuff all up and down the 95 Corridor.

I thought I saw some IC in Jacksonville the last time I was there though, in an ABC distributor...
I've always favored IC Lite. Its kinda funny, cuz I LOVE Guiness. Go figure. At least you can watch the Steelers games. I usually have to rely on the internet.
I love Iron(Ahrn) City. IC Lite is also one of the better "light" beers I've tried. Yuengling, another PA brew, is my favorite above all other beers though. Oh, and Straub, an all natural, no preservatives PA brew. Also try Church Brew Works in Pittsburgh, a damn fine micro brewery and restaurant. Damn, I'm getting thirsty now. Many PA brews are hard to find out of state, but if any of you ever visit PA you have to try our beers, they're world class. It's probably because of all the Germans and Irish that settled in this beautiful state. Hehe, I sound like a commercial now.
I have tried IC & IC Light. Liked both. Havent had it in a while. DAMM I"M THIRSTY!!!
We can get it out here in Colorado but sure would be nice to get some fresh stuff from back home .
Oh yeah - and I still have 2 cans the had the Pittsburgh Steelers on the can itself. GO STEELERS!!!
I'm kind of curious what it will taste like now, since they moved to Latrobe.
Geez, that sounds weird, Iron City moved out of the old Lawrenceville plant to the old Rolling Rock plant!
It is weird, and a sad story actually. But, it's pretty much the Pittsburgh Brewing Company's own fault.
Can't get it here either, but there are a few from my area who bring it back from trips. I have one in my ocker right now, being saved to share with a friend (sadly at his graveside), around the holidays.
I've still got two of those,and the Chuck Noll and Jack Lambert Hall of Fame cans.Empty of course.
LOVE THE STUFF!!!!!Course when you live an hour and a half north of the 'Burgh everybody has it.But it is definitely an acquired taste.Best out of a bottle.

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