US: Pittsburgh Brewing Co gets new CEO

By | 8 July 2013

Pittsburgh Brewing Company has a new CEO after an appointment was made by its owners, private equity group Uni-World Capital. 

Brian Walsh replaces interim CEO Rob Matteucci with immediate effect, it was announced today (8 July). Matteucci has been in the role since May. 

Walsh joins Pittsburgh from Long Trail Brewing Company, where he was president & CEO for six years. 

"Brian has the ideal combination of beer industry experience, local know-how and relationships to lead Pittsburgh Brewing Company to the next level," said Christopher Fuller, a managing partner at Uni-World Capital.

Pittsburgh Brewing Co was acquired by private equity firm Unified Growth Partners in 2007, before being bought by Uni-World Capital in 2011.

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