This week finds Cincy Brewcast recording on location, deep in the heart of Olde Milford. We are finally sitting down with the folks from Little Miami Brewing Company to talk about who they are, and why you need to stop by their brewpub soon. The brewery is built to fit in with Milford’s already existing
There are so many facets to what constitutes “Cincy Craft Beer” and I’m always fascinated by this one. LemonGrenade Creative has become a vital piece of the puzzle for so many of the breweries that you have come to know and love, from logo and branding work, to designing the label artwork for some of
There will always be something special (and fun) about getting back “in studio”. It reminds me of how we started this show, just sitting around a table drinking a few beers and talking about what’s happening in our craft beer community. Without a couple of friends to drink with, though – it just wouldn’t work,
Not that they’ve ever gone away, but it’s been far too long since we’ve had Rivertown Brewing Company on Cincy Brewcast, and it’s time to remedy that situation! It’s fitting that at the same time they are not only on a absolute tear with not just new beers, but bringing back crowd pleasing favorites as
It’s an fascinating growth story, that of FigLeaf. A brewery that is trying to bridge the gap between Dayton and Cincinnati, fill a vacant hole in their location of Middletown, Ohio and start bringing beer people back to Butler County all the while navigating the waters of an increasingly busy craft beer market locally. Growth
It’s hard to believe that when Williamsburg’s Old Firehouse Brewery opened up 3+ years ago, that there were only 15 breweries or so in the Cincinnati area. We’re now over 50 and it’s an entirely different perspective that you’ll get when you talk to owner Adam Cowan. The balance of keeping things fresh, and building
This episode of Cincy Brewcast is all about the upcoming Sonder Brewing Company. Explore the stories that make up the brewery that everyone's going to be talking about this fall. They haven't cut any corners in building what will be a great destination brewery in Deerfield Township, and we explore why that's the case.