I’m a little behind schedule getting the info for this Wiedemann/Municipal collaboration – but cut me some slack, there’s a lot going on! I first got a glimpse at the relationship between Wiedemann’s head brewer Steve Shaw (then with Cellar Dweller), and Municipal Brew Works’ head brewer Sean Willingham on an episode of Cincy Brewcast.
I already told you about these bottles that are gearing up to launch from Hamilton, Ohio’s Municipal Brew Works (you did read about all that they’ve got going on, didn’t you?). With the labels recently rolling through the TTB, I figured that it would be fun to share the artwork with you, and dig into
Brewery – Municipal Brew Works Beer – Anniversary Series #1 Style – Double IPA ABV – 9.5% IBUs – 100 A Double IPA Brewed for our first anniversary There isn’t much in the way of an official description of this beer from Hamilton, Ohio’s Municipal Brew Works… but that doesn’t mean that this beer doesn’t
I mentioned back in early March that Municipal was already planning for their first anniversary party on June 10th. Arguably, the centerpiece of the anniversary party is the release of their first packaged beer, a big Imperial IPA in a 22oz bomber. Well… the label for the beer has finally popped up in the ttb – and
Municipal Brew Works isn’t even to their first anniversary, yet. They’ve been working away in Butler County, making their beer in downtown Hamilton since June of 2016, and yet they’re already signed to a distributor, and have made plans for their first ever packaged release (a bomber) durging their anniversary party. Signing To Ohio Eagle I know,
I was talking to someone the other day about all the new breweries opening up around town, and asking what places they had been to, versus the ones they hadn’t. When I brought up Municipal Brew Works I was surprised to hear that evidently people don’t think they are putting out enough “new beers”. Evidently,
It seems like new Municipal Beer is the theme of the month for Hamilton! Right on the heels of their recent release of the Duelist, their Belgian Stout (which is fantastic) Municipal Brew Works has two more beers that are dropping this week to please all of us fickle beer drinkers who are always looking for