Former Cincinnati Bengals’ Ickey Woods will be a guest bartender at the St. Anne's Hill brewery on Monday, September 21 starting at 6 pm. He’ll be pouring a wide range of Cincinnati Beers on tap and Fifth Street Brewpub will have the #44 Cold Cut Combo as the dinner special! Ickey Woods is raising donations for the Jovante Woods Foundation. The event is open to the public.
We represent start-up and established breweries and distilleries in all manners of the brewery and distillery business. Dayton Most Metro asked that we help inform the Miami Valley and answer the curious questions orbiting around the burgeoning craft been scene.
Earn a Drink Up Ohio metal pint glass by drinking just 20 beers at the brewpub. Five each from FSB, Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland…you’ve got the whole month of September to do it!
A collaboration beer between longtime friends BJ's Brewhouse and Stone Brewing Co. - craft brewing pioneers known for their love of hops who, like BJ's, got their start brewing beer in Southern California in 1996. Together they brewed a wheat IPA with a unique hop profile.
It’s the exclusive debut of Deschutes’ Pinedrops IPA on tap (the first in Dayton!), Pineapple Pinedrops IPA on tap (infused through a delicious pineapple right at the bar!), and beer donuts with Pineapple Pinedrops frosting made by Dayton’s very own Bill’s Donuts!
Miamisburg brewery Lucky Star celebrates thier first anniversary with a big fiesta this Saturday, August 1st starting at 3pm, with live music and the tapping of 7 new beers!
The little green flowers responsible for beer's note of bitterness is attracting a whole new group of farmers to Ohio. More than 100 years ago hop growers populated the state, but between Prohibition and growing problems with insects and mildew, the industry moved mainly to the Pacific Northwest. But Ohio's explosion of craft brewers in the last couple of years has attracted hop farms to the area. “The amount of growth in just the last couple of years is amazing,” said Brad Bergefurd, a horticulture specialist at Ohio State University Extension. “ Taking a 100-year-old crop and bringing … [Read more...]
We engineer our beer to be approachable for those new to craft beer, but still satisfying and delicious for the craft veterans.
Attendees get a 6 ounce beer from all 12 of the local breweries, entry to the venue and live music, and a complimentary tasting glass that you can take with you