They grow up so fast.
Though they only appeared on the Cincinnati brewing scene in 2013, MadTree Brewing Company is nearing completion on its second brewery and taproom. The new and gigantic space will revitalize a long-abandoned property in the city’s Oakley neighborhood and transform MadTree’s engagement with both Cincinnati and the wider Midwest.
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The Queen City of the West sits, of course, in American beer history’s inner circle. In the late 1800s it was home to some of the largest and most famous brewers in the country, like Moerlein and Kauffman and Windisch-Muhlhauser, to name a few. In 1890 Cincinnati produced over 1.2 million barrels of beer (!) and was dubbed the “Beer Capital of the World” (which sounds better than ‘Porkopolis,’ doesn’t it?).
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