There seems to be more and more craft beer festivals popping up around town as the popularity of our craft beer scene continues to rise. This only can mean good things, as all of the people who have wanted to attend a beer festival, but haven’t been able to for whatever reason will hopefully now
I’ve been extremely impressed with the meteoric rise of Old Firehouse in the Cincinnati beer scene. They are still short of their first Anniversary and in that time have made big waves around town, shaking things up and keeping a lot of thirsty people satisfied. People gave (and still give) them crap about opening a
This week’s event of the week comes at us courtesy of The Old Firehouse brewery in Williamsburg. The brewery has long been loyal to their favorite charity, The Patriot Pin-Ups among many other charities. The patriot pin-ups, straight from their own website are: Patriot Pin Up is a group of gals who volunteer their efforts
Big News! If you missed it, last week was Cincinnati Beer Week (That was sarcastic, because there were so many events that I think even wine drinkers were aware of beer week this year. It was a week of amazing insanity.) On Thursday night The Old Firehouse was out at Jungle Jim’s Fairfield for what I think turned
Lest anyone need to keep whining that The Old Firehouse Brewery out in Williamsburg is just too far to drive (it’s not…). There are soon to be far less reasons to have not tried their beers. The brewery has finalized a deal with Cincinnati-based distribution company ‘Cavalier’ to have their wonderful brews spread around Hamilton,
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).