It’s been a year, folks! Figleaf Brewing company has been working their butts off to help bridge that gap between Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio to turn our craft beer scene into something spectacular. I think it’s about time that we venture up to the great white north of lower Middletown to show them our support! They’re throwing a great event on Saturday that should give us pretty good reason to do it, too!
The Quick Details
If you don’t know where Figleaf is – first off, where have you been? Secondly, and maybe more helpful, it’s at 3387 Cin-Day rd just North of 63 in Middletown (there’s a map over to the right that will help you find your way, or down below if you’re on your phone).
The party will be going on all day Saturday, kicking off at noon. All day long there will be live music, food trucks and a TON of beer, cider (yeah, they made a cider) and wine… let’s get to all that.
The Music, The Food
Entertaining the masses of people who will be shuffling through the taproom to help celebrate has been shouldered on a few local bands:
- 12-3pm – David Thornton
- 3:30-6:30 – Kyla Mainous
- 7pm-10pm – Little Blue Pill
If you get a little hungry during the festivities, the brewery has lined up a couple food trucks to solve your problems:
- Short Ass Food Bus
But – rest assured, Figleaf knows their fans, and why people are there – Beer!
What’s On Tap
They’ve arranged for a really great lineup of beer during the day. They’ll some of their standard lineup, as well as some fan favorite “archived” brews, and more. Your Untappd account is going to get a workout, that’s for sure.
- Basmati Cream Ale
- Pride of Cin-Day English Pale Ale
- F2 American Amber
- Iso-Trope American IPA
- Waste Timer American Pilsner
- Inculpatory Tropical Hazy IIPa
- Acer Brunus Brown Ale
- Fest Bier Octoberfest
- Ponderous Porter
- Lil Amp Blonde Ale
- FrankenHOP IPA
- Dark Side of the Sun Schwartzbier
- Black Solstice Imperial Stout
- Harvest Lager Rye Lager
- Saison Blanc White Saison
- Sous la Table Belgian Tripel
- Belgian Quad
- Exculpatory IPA
They’ve also got their house wines ready to go, as well as their new Along Came A Cider house made cider.