Hal B. Klein is a freelance food and drinks writer living in Pittsburgh, PA. He regularly contributes stories on the intersection of food and the environment to The Allegheny Front, which airs on 90.5 WESA, Pittsburgh’s NPR news station. Hal writes a weekly drinks column, "On the Rocks," for Pittsburgh City Paper, and his work has been seen in TABLE Magazine, The Inquisitive Eater, and Drink Me Magazine. Hal holds a master’s degree in Food Studies from Chatham University.
What happens when a gaggle of Pittsburgh bartenders attend a cocktail convention in New Orleans?
Foraging for the first edible sign of spring.
Pittsburgh City Paper Highlights
Pittsburgh's First Church of Fermentation named Large Brewpub of the Year.
Vinegar in your cocktail?
Local brewers make true seasonal beer
High proof vodka from homemade infusions
Beer gardens bring unused spaces to life
Pittsburgh has one of just four old time seltzer works left in North America