Parks on Tap Tour

In partnership with 11th Hour Brewing Co., the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy will host a pop-up beer garden series in your parks this summer.

What better way to enjoy the parks in summertime than with a cold brew, live music, and community? Join us for our Parks on Tap Tour, brought to you by the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy and Eleventh Hour Brewing. This pop-up beer garden series benefits your parks, with a portion of the proceeds supporting the Conservancy's mission of restoring Pittsburgh's parks to excellence.

Sip on cold brews and munch on unique bites from your favorite Pittsburgh food trucks while listening to local bands play in various park locations. Meet your park-loving neighbors or bring your friends for a lively new way to experience all your parks have to offer! 

Our friends at Eleventh Hour Brewing will be serving up a custom beer made exclusively for the Parks on Tap Tour! Enjoy the limited-edition Summer in the Parks Lager—a refreshing, light lager with a burst of zesty lime that perfectly captures the essence of summer.

Register below to reserve your spot for free!

Event Dates

This event is free, but registration helps ensure we know how much beer to bring and comes with a handy event reminder!

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In the Press

  • Parks on Tap Tour collaboration brings craft beer to city parks (TribLive) Read here.
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Park Locations

Schenley Park Visitors Center

Schenley Visitors Center summer fall blue green gray red brick slate cobblestone railing

The Schenley Park Cafe and Visitor Center was the second major improvement project completed by the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy. The restoration of the century-old structure was completed in 2002. The goal of the project was not just to restore a historic structure, but to turn it into a useful and attractive park amenity that had a positive impact on its environment. Learn more. 

Allegheny Commons Park 

Allegheny Commons Park recently underwent a restoration project that completed the second phase of construction along the North Promenade in historic Allegheny Commons Park, a project made possible thanks to a significant investment from the City of Pittsburgh’s Park Trust Fund, Duquesne Light Company (DLC), the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Commonwealth Financing Authority, and local supporters. We are thrilled to offer fresh programming in the newly restored Commons, a true community gem for Northside residents. Learn more about the restoration work.

Highland Park

An image of the Highland Park entry fountain and garden.

Highland Park Entry Garden

Beginning with the creation of the Babbling Brook in 2003, the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy has completed several major park improvement projects in Highland Park. The Entry Garden was restored in 2005, and in 2006 the Parks Conservancy worked with the city of Pittsburgh to create a series of seasonal pools along Washington Boulevard. These pools provide a unique urban wetland habitat while dramatically reducing the impact of stormwater runoff. Future plans for the park include work on the Heth’s Run project, which includes creating a new trail, adding athletic fields, and connecting the park to the Allegheny River. Learn more.