Greater Cincinnati's brewing legacy!
Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky were, quite literally, built on beer. By the mid-1800s, 36 breweries were producing more than 30 million gallons of beer and digging underground lagering cellars and tunnels. One batch of lager at a time, Cincinnati’s so-called beer barons turned humble brewing operations into beer-making empires that prospered until Prohibition forced them all to close. Few reopened, and none survived consecutively into the 21st century (after operating for 114 years, Hudepohl Brewing Company closed in 1999).
Come out and enjoy us for a social time, chatting about the amazing brew history of the region and just enjoying fellowship time with one another.
- Event Time: 6:00pm to 10:00pm
- Location: Mt. Carmel Brewing Company. 4362 Mt Carmel Tobasco Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45244
- Cost: FREE! Yes, that is correct, free!
Event is sponsored & hosted by: Clermont County Convention & Visitor's Bureau
Venue management has approved this event.
This is a family friend venue and event.