Save Sterling and Falls City Beer
Sterling Beer is a fine product, first brewed in Louisville, KY in 1863. It later moved to nearby Evansville, IN until 1997. Falls City is another Louisville beer that was produced in town until 1978, when its production was transferred to Evansville. When the Evansville Brewing Company folded in 1997, Pittsburgh Brewing took over production of the Sterling and Falls City brands. Pittsburgh Brewing Company\'s over 140 year history of quality made it a perfect fit for the two classic Louisville beers. In years past, competition with the megalithic, national brewing corporations has taken a toll on the smaller, historic breweries and their hardworking, union employees. Now, while Pittsburgh Brewing Co. emerges from bankruptcy as the new Iron City Brewing Co., the many loyal Sterling and Falls City Beer drinkers (in the Ohio River Valley and beyond) hope that Iron City will continue to produce the same quality products that have been enjoyed here for generations by working class Americans. If you would like to encourage the Iron City Brewing Company to continue to produce Sterling and Falls City Beer, please add your name to this petition.