On June 21, 2005, legendary Steelers broadcaster Myron Cope retired after a 35-year stint as a color commentator for Steelers’ radio broadcasts. Known for his distinctive, high-pitched nasally voice, and his prototypical yinzer accent, Cope is remembered as a Pittsburgh treasure.
During the editing process in writing Immaculate: How the Steelers Saved Pittsburgh, several stories were "lost" in an attempt to tighten up the manuscript. Here's the story of Pittsburgh's iconic Iron City Beer.
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