Vol 03 – Episode 22 – Getting To Know Rolling Mill Brewing Company

I hope that you’ve been watching the folks up in Middletown’s Rolling Mill Brewing Company, because as 2017 starts to wind down they’re kicking things into high gear and hoping to have their doors open before the new year.  When I first wrote about the brewery they were still working on getting the space ready, […]

Listermann Thinks Barleywine is Life, and I Think I’m On Board…

I have been pestering Jason Brewer about this a little bit, and I’m happy to finally have some information to share with you guys. Do you remember back in late October how during their write up on Don’t Drink Beer, we heard a quick mention about a Kopi Luwak Barleywine from Listermann?  We’re finally getting […]

Urban Artifact’s December Bottle Release

They’re saying that this is going to be the last barrel aged beers that will be released for “a while” – so you might want to make a little note on your busy calendar to get your butt down to Urban Artifact on Saturday, December 16th starting at noon for this one. Urban Artifact is […]

3 New Rhinegeist Package Releases For December

You might notice a few new Rhinegeist goodies popping up on the shelves (and tap handles) of your favorite beer stores this month, I wanted to give you a heads up so you could be on the lookout… I’m hearing some good things about them! Experimental J-Hole You might have not only heard about this […]

Bad Tom Smith’s Second Taproom in Ohio City Opens

Bad Tom Smith has been trying to get their second taproom up in Ohio City open for a while now… and they’ve had some pretty major hurdles thrown in their way this year to make that goal an extremely rewarding one I can imagine. Newlyweds John and Sheryl (congrats guys!!!) have one more thing to […]

Listermann Collaborates With Father Kyle Schnippel On Cinnamon Roll Stout

I don’t know much about ABC’s ‘Great American Baking Show’ – but this release just might have gotten my interest up to the point that I’ll give it a watch to support Father Kyle Schnippel in his appearance on the show. Father Kyle is the Pastor of St. Jon Neumann and Corpus Christi – he’s […]

MadTree vs Fatheads – 2nd Annual Charity Tap Takeover @ Flipside Liberty

I’m not sure if you made it up to this event last year… but not only was the tap list pretty stellar, the event raised a bunch of money for a good cause.  The results we so great, in fact – that Flipside, MadTree and Fatheads couldn’t help themselves but do the event again. Go […]

Streetside’s Second Bottle Release – And Their First Sour Bottle, All In The Family

If you thought that Streetside was putting out all of their goodies when they gave us Demogorgon at their first anniversary, you would be wrong.  They’re following it up with a bottle that when I tried it on draft, it blew me away – All In The Family. The Story The name of this beer, […]

Braxton Kicks Off Their New Neighbor Series With Sweetwater

A new canned beer is always exciting (you didn’t think Braxton was done with the surprises for the year, did you?) but a new series is even better.  If you were tuned in to the Big Cis Brewcast a couple of weeks ago, you might have caught a few hints at this one, and now […]

Six Words: Cincinnati

I love charity events.  If you know anything about me, and what is really behind this website, you’ll understand that I’ve got a deep rooted belief about what craft beer really is. Craft beer is actually about some things that are much bigger than the liquid that ends up in our glasses at the end […]

MadTree Pilgrim

Brewery – MadTree Beer – Pilgrim Style – Pale Ale ABV – 4.7% IBUs – 14 This lightly hopped fall pale ale combines a canucopia of holiday flavors. Cranberry and vanilla complement the pleasant lemon and berry flavor of Pilgrim hops. Give thanks for a bountiful harvest, good friends, and great beer. This has always […]

66 Pearl – A New Barrel Aged Braxton Bottle?

If you’re familiar with Union Kentucky you know that for a long time at the top of Braxton Drive sat a Kroger store.  I can only imagine that a lot of the craft beer that the Rouse family bought over the years came from the shelves of that Kroger, which explains a lot why they […]