Brewery Tours: Our new hobby. Our story
Brewery No. 32: MPH (Montgomery Public House)
7880 Remington Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 4524
Thoughts: Big fans. Nice selection of beer. One of the better combinations of beer and in-house food we've experience.
Flights: Four, 4 ounce pours at $3 each. Kelly and I each had a flight and shared a second. We sampled 12 different beers.
The selection board above the bar is detailed and helpful. The flights are served on surdy, wooden boards with a card with selections listed and numbered.
Keys: A flight board sturdy enough that Kelly won't drop/spill. A card with selections so we know what we are drinking.
-Who’s Your Nana?
- Lunar Fog Black IPA
-Key Lime Pie Nitro and Peanut Butter Milk Stout, selections from Left Hand Brewing, their partner from Colorado.
Pizza: Wood fired 11-inch Spinach and Bacon. Really, really fresh taste. Crispy crust. ($15)
Appetizer: House made Smoked Barrel House Chili chips & salsa. Spectacular. ($5)
Helpful staff. I believe we met the GM. He seemed like a really cool guy. He took time to answer questions about the menu, their preparation/ingredients and their relationship with Left Hand Brewing. The bartender made suggestions based on questions she asked about our beer likes/dislikes.
We will be back.
Here is our running list of breweries visited (32):
Alexandria Brewing Company, Braxton, Braxton BarrelHouse, Big Ash, Bircus, Brink, BrewDog, Cartridge, Darkness, Dead Low, Dog Berry, Esoteric, Fifty West, Fretboard, Grainworks, HighGrain, Listermann, LittleMiami, MadTree, March First, Mt. Carmel, MPH, Nine Giant, Northern Row, Rhinegeist, Rebel Mettle, Sonder, Streetside,Taft’s Ale House, Third Eye, Urban Artifact, Wooden Cask.
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