What Makes Mt. Carmel Special? Mt. Carmel takes a lot of pride in doing things different than the other breweries here in town…but that’s just how they have always done it, their own way. From the second you pull into the parking lot, you feel different than you do at any other brewery locally, you
Brewery – Mt. Carmel Brewing Beer – Take Home IPA Style – Session IPA ABV – 5.25% IBUs – 44 Introducing the newest beer in our portfolio, Take Home IPA. This sessionable IPA boasts a trifecta of Northern Pacific Hops that deliver intense tropical flavors and aromas. It used to be that you didn’t see
Brewery – Quaff Brothers/ Mt. Carmel Beer – Wee Honey Style – Barrel Aged Scottish Ale With Honey ABV – 11.1% Wee Honey is a smooth 11.1% brew, a barrel aged Scottish strong ale with honey and pecans brewed at Mt. Carmel Brewing Company in collaboration with Quaff Bros. If you live in Cincinnati and
She’s the newest label approval, and maybe the next big bottle release that we’re going to see from the East Side brewery. They’ve been putting out some really fantastic stuff in the last year with their taproom series of bottles (you should actually head over to this link and have a look-see at what you’ve
Brewery – Mt. Carmel Beer – Harvest Ale Style – ESB ABV – 5.8% IBUs – 55.6 Pay homage to the harvest with this smooth, full bodied, well-balanced ESB delivering a memorable dry hop finish. Pumpkin beers… I love you. Oktoberfest lagers, you make my heart sing every fall. There comes a point, though, that
Brewery- Mt. Carmel Beer- Oh My Darlin’ Saisontine Style- Farmhouse/Saison with Clementines ABV- 7.1% Farmhouse brewery, Farmhouse ale, It had to happen eventually. Introducing our Saisontine. We started with a heavy dose of big, fruit forward American hops, combined with traditional barley, wheat and saison yeast. Then we pushed it over the top with the
Brewery – Mt. Carmel Beer- Hibiscus Blueberry Blonde Ale Style- Blonde Ale ABV- 5.5% IBU- 21 Mt. Carmel Brewing’s Hibiscus Blue introduces itself with a subtle blueberry cobbler aroma, complimenting a light bready flavor with hints of hibiscus tea adding a crisp, dry finish. This was one of the first pieces of the taproom series puzzle.