A Greater Cincinnati craft brewery is expanding its reach and distribution into a third state. Braxton Brewing Co., located at 27 W. Seventh St. in Covington, will begin distribution to Nashville on Aug. 28. The company currently distributes in its native Kentucky and Ohio. "As we looked to expand our distribution footprint last year, we really focused on a plan to move south," Jake Rouse, co-founder and CEO of Braxton Brewing, said in a news release. "
A West Chester Brewery is slated to officially open its doors early next month. Grainworks Brewing Co. is hosting its grand opening at 7790 Service Center Drive on Sept. 9. The brewery is two years in the making and comes from three friends, Steven Brock, Anthony Russell and Brian McGinnis. "We love craft beer and entertaining friends, and starting a brewery is an idea which we had always kicked around," Brock said in a news release.
A new wood-fired pizza concept is coming soon to a Cincinnati craft brewery. Wildfire Pizza Kitchen will open sometime this fall in the former rectory space at Urban Artifact at 1660 Blue Rock St. in Northside, which used to house Queen City Cookies. Wildfire Pizza Kitchen will specialize in wood-fired pizzas, calzones, fresh-made salads, shareable appetizers and desserts. The menu has not yet been finalized.
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Selecting a term
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