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Old 12-10-2013, 08:03 PM   #1
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Default New nanobrewery in Cincinnati

Paradise Brewing on Beechmont Ave. in Cincinnati has received their brewery license. They will be offering 4 beers to start with and expand from there.

These are great guys, I have been buying supplies from them for a couple years. They are helpful and friendly.

If you are on the east side of Cincinnati, stop in and say hello.


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Old 12-10-2013, 08:05 PM   #2
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Ohhh, and since they just received their license, they will not have anything on tap until the second week of January 2014.


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Any update on this? I don't see anything on their site.
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Old 02-01-2014, 11:18 PM   #4
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Tasting room opens March 1st. Only open Fridays and Saturdays to start. 4-8 pm on Friday and 12-4 on Saturday. I'm on the owner's mailing list and got the email about this last week.
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Thanks for the info.
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Thanks for the info, lived on Beechmont for a number of years. The surge in brewing in the Cincinnati area is heartwarming consider the rich brewing history in Cincinnati.
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With the severe winter we have been having, they were slowed up in their brewing...which still takes place outdoors...been too cold and windy. Original plans were to be up and running last month but that is how it goes. I stop in a couple times a week to pick up supplies, great guys.
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Moving there in three months - can't wait to check this place out!
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Welcome (preemptively)!
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Thanks Mtnagel! I don't think I've ever been so excited to move somewhere.


We were there about a month ago. Ate at the Incline Public House and drank some great local beer. Chickow! from Triple Digit is something I'm looking forward to trying again. Going to have to make a lot of brewery visits!

Do you have a favorite local brew? I also tried a couple of beers from Mad Tree (I think that is what it was), including their IPA.

Also, do you belong to one of the local Homebrew clubs? Shop locally at LHBS? I have a million questions... I'll stop now and try not to overload you


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