CLEVELAND — Clevelanders don't always like sharing the love with the Steel City, but in this case, it's for a good cause: beer.

Cleveland-based Platform Beer Co. has plans to open a Pittsburgh location this summer, the brand announced on its Facebook page Thursday.

According to Platform, the brewhouse will be located on Penn Avenue in an old brick warehouse-style space that can accommodate more than 100 guests.

An exact opening date was not revealed, but Platform says its Steel City location should be ready this summer.

Platform's flagship location on Cleveland's Lorain Avenue opened in 2014. Two years later, it opened shop in Columbus on North 6th Street. 

The brand's Cincinnati spot is scheduled to open later this month, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.

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