What Makes The Old Firehouse Special? Williamsburg is a small village East of the city that is home to about 2,500 people the last time I counted… it’s situated about 30 miles outside of downtown and isn’t really all that close to any other breweries (Mt. Carmel is it’s closest neighboring brewery at 15 miles away).
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
If you’ve never been to the Promont museum in Milford, Ohio you’re missing out. The museum is located in the historic Promont mansion, high atop a hill overlooking Milford, and is a great place to spend an afternoon. If you’re here, though… Chances are you’re a fan of beer, which is why I’m going to
Brewery- The Old Firehouse Beer- Pin Up Girl Style- Blonde Ale ABV- 5% IBU- 15 An easy drinking, slightly malty, traditional American blonde ale, with a slightly fruity clean finish. Brewed with a malt blend of 2-row, munich, aromatic, carapils, and crystal 20 along with a hop blend of warrior, goldings and willamette. Let’s try not
Brewery- The Old Firehouse Beer- Code 3 ABV- 5.2% IBU- 18 A well balanced, decidedly delicious, malt forward copper color red ale, with a dry roasted finish. Brewed with primary base malt maris otter, along with select malts crystal 120, crystal 40, munich, chocolate and roasted barley along with a hop blend of warrior, uk progress
Brewery- The Old Firehouse Beer- Flashpoint Style – IPA ABV- 6.7% IBU- 72 A Midwest style, with tropical fruit aromas and a delectable hop body producing a slightly sweet finish. Brewed with a malt blend of 2-row, crystal 40, crystal 20, aromatic, and carapils, along with a blend of warrior, belma, falconer’s flight and zythos hops. What
More label approvals to kick of a Halloween weekend! As usual, I have to throw out the standard disclaimer, which is that just because the flash point label is approved, that doesn’t mean the beer is coming soon…if ever. It just means that the brewery has received approval to release it. That being said… we
It’s often a long process for small breweries to open their doors, and as soon as they do here in Cincinnati the floodgates are open and drinkers in this city have at their beer like rabid wolves. The pack of wolves shouts the entire time about getting beer from their favorites at their local bottle