May 28, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger
Though distilled spirits run in the region's historical veins as much as coke or iron, there hasn't been a whiskey still in southwestern Pennsylvania in decades -- not a legal one, anyway -- and there hasn't been a distillery of any kind within Pittsburgh's city limits in nearly a century.
It's about freekin time.
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