It's probably the single event each year that gives me the "reset" that I need. Coming at the end of the year, which is such a good time to reflect anyways - Big Cis is the chance for me to remember back to starting Cincy Brewcast. The focus for the show, the focus for the … Continue reading 04|32 – Big Cis 2018
Consider this both a Christmas and a "year-end wrap up" show... if you want to, I suppose. On the heels of a fantastic article that wrapped up all the beer news of the year from David McKinney, I invited him and Andy Foltz over to chat about all that's happened in 2018. This was a … Continue reading 04|33 – The Year In Review, In Studio!
Take a breath, as we dive this week down the deep rabbit hole of where it all started, and how beer got to where it is in Cincinnati. I was lucky enough to be invited to Boone County's Library to give a talk about beer. If you've never tried to compress 220 years of brewing … Continue reading 04|34 – Cincinnati Beer History
Though I may spend most of my time diving into and sharing with you all the ins and outs of Cincinnati’s rapidly growing craft beer scene, there is a lot more out there. Just here in Ohio there is so much going on that sometimes it’s worthy of a mention, and a quick wrap up … Continue reading 04|35 – Ohio Beer Wrap Up 2018
Not that they’ve ever gone away, but it’s been far too long since we’ve had Rivertown Brewing Company on Cincy Brewcast, and it’s time to remedy that situation! It’s fitting that at the same time they are not only on a absolute tear with not just new beers, but bringing back crowd pleasing favorites as … Continue reading 04-19 – Bringing Back Rivertown
It’s an fascinating growth story, that of FigLeaf. A brewery that is trying to bridge the gap between Dayton and Cincinnati, fill a vacant hole in their location of Middletown, Ohio and start bringing beer people back to Butler County all the while navigating the waters of an increasingly busy craft beer market locally. Growth … Continue reading 04-18 – Figleaf, For Their Fans
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 … Continue reading 04-17 – Catching Up With The Old Firehouse