They’re hot off the heels of yet another fantastic release of one of their now famous Midwest Fruit Tart Ales, called Faraday Cage (made with plums) and Urban Artifact is not set to quit blowing minds and getting beer geeks all worked up quite yet. Whirligig For starters, they posted an update to social media
Braxton Labs is all about experimentation. It’s the entire purpose of the brewery – to innovate, play around and be creative. That doesn’t mean, however, that the brewery doesn’t listen to their loyal fans about what they like and want when it comes to packaging and even new beers that are going to come out.
Bad Tom Smith and Alexandria Brewing Company decided to get together to do something that this city is going to like – a lot. They’re collaborating on a new beer called ‘Hazy River’ – a wonderfully hoppy, hazy, IPA for the masses of fans that the style has gained across the Cincinnati Area. When I heard
There seems to be a large group of beer drinkers (myself included) that have a deep seated passion for the virtues of watermelon beer in the hot summer months. If you find yourself hanging out in that same group as I do, you’ll be happy to hear that today marks the day that Municipal Brew
Let’s get this off my chest, right off the top of the post – This beer is fantastic. I may or may not have had a little taster glass slid in front of me this last weekend… and may or may not have also giggled a little bit when I sipped what was held within.
All the way back when Beer Mumbo first started showing off some hints about the brewery that was going to be opening in East Walnut Hills – we were seeing artwork of packaging. It was no secret that this project was starting off with plans of getting their beers into our refrigerators and beer cellars
It’s been an old tradition for the annual WEBN fireworks to get paired up with a local beer – and this year Braxton is stepping up to the plate to make sure that all of the thirsty drinkers at the annual Riverfest event (on both sides of the river) get their hands on something that
I think they might have heard us loud and clear – we like Urban Artifact’s fruity sour beers. They’ve continued with the Urban Legend Series of beers with what they’re calling a ‘Midwest Fruit Tart’ called Fire Iron. This beer is 7.7% ABV and 3.3 PH, putting it squarely in line with the other Berry
From Chaos Emerges Order… It’s been on the tip of the tongue of MadTree fans since the strange green mystery teaser videos first started appearing online. Things took an even more interesting spin when pallet upon pallet of distant green cans were spotted across the expansive new brewery space at MadTree’s 2.0 facility. We got
It all makes a little more sense now – that little laugh that Jonathan and Evan both shared during the recent episode of Cincy Brewcast that was from the newly opened Braxton Labs. I had asked them about the possibility of packaging coming out of the brewery, and I suppose that they knew that the
That’s right – you read it correctly – Newport’s very own Wooden Cask Brewing company is gearing up for their next bottle, and their first barrel aged release, Corruption. I’ve been extremely excited about how they have been doing things down there, and when they invited me down to have a quick sneak peek at
Mt. Carmel Brewing company is teaming up with the Cincinnati Zoo on a project that will help benefit the zoo’s local pollination programs. The beer will be available all summer long at the zoo – so if you find yourself there, grab a pint and know that it’s going to help something good! About The