All About Rivertown Brewing

What Makes Rivertown Special? Rivertown has undergone a lot of changes in the last couple years, but the thing that keeps making them special is their sour and barrel programs.  Rivertown makes beers that other breweries around this area can only tinker and experiment with.  Their sours are delicious… and they have some great stuff that

Rivertown’s Craftoberfest

If you’re a listener to Cincy Brewcast (You should be… it’s a pretty fun show) and you are caught up, you’ll remember that a few weeks back when I sat down with Rivertown Brewing Company they mentioned their upcoming Craftoberfest. As the time gets a little closer, I wanted to give you a peek at

Rivertown Raspberry Flicker

Brewery – Rivertown Beer – Raspberry Flicker Style – Raspberry Fruited Lager ABV – 5.2% Raspberry lager recipe from Jason’s homebrewing days using raspberry puree. Rivertown debuted this beer alongside Silverback Snack for their big 8th anniversary on 12/17/18.  It appeared on the barrelhouse taps, as well as in cans available in the restaurant, with

More Rivertown Lineup Revamp, And A New Can?

We’ve known that the rest of the core lineup for Rivertown was going to get a good refresher to match their other new changes, but it’s still fun to finally see them!  Tommy Sheehan from TommyInk has been working hard with the new look to Rivertown’s lineup, and the final two core beers to get

Rivertown Ember

Brewery – Rivertown Beer – Ember Style – Dunkel Lager ABV – 4.3% IBUs – 19 This rich, medium-bodied dark German Style lager features light hints of toffee, caramel and nougat. Traditionally brewed featuring malts and hops from Germany. This is not the same Dunkel lager that broke many hearts as it left the Rivertown

Rivertown IPA

Brewery – Rivertown Beer – IPA Style – IPA ABV – 6.5% IBUs – 67 Crafted for the hop heads, enjoyers of IPA’s and the hop curious. This medium-bodied tropical IPA is vibrant, effervescent and bold. This beer debuted in July of 2017 bringing along with it a new, updated look for the brewery.  The

Rivertown’s New Look For Roebling

I love the design side of beer.  It doesn’t effect the taste, and it certainly doesn’t effect the taproom experience – at first glance it might even seem like it’s a tiny portion of the whole thing, and thusly might be insignificant.  I am a firm believer though that this is pretty far from the