Review: Taft’s Brewporium

There has been a lot of movement in the Cincinnati brewery scene recently: unfortunate closures, actual movement with employees, and the next wave of openings, too. In the most recent wave, Taft’s Brewing Company opened its expansion taproom, Taft’s Brewporium Taproom & Apizza, in Spring Grove Village.

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Taft’s Brewporium, exterior
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Taft’s Brewporium, interior
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Interior detail
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Tap list and glassware
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Flight of four for $7

The vibe is much different than the Ale House, which is a beautiful brewpub located inside a renovated church in Over-the-Rhine. The Brewporium calls a much larger space — production facility for canning, kegging, and distribution — home, with a taproom featuring garage door windows, coal-fired New Haven-style Apizza, giant Jenga, cornhole, TVs for your viewing pleasure, and great beer.

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Apizza menu and Grand Opener coaster
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Apizza inside of the Brewporium, New Haven-style coal-fired pizza

Visit Taft’s newest facility for pizza and beer we’ve all come to know and love. But with better parking and a more laid back vibe. And while you’re a it, follow Taft’s on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Untappd.

Address
4831 Spring Grove Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45232

Hours
Wednesday, 3pm
Thursday–Sunday, 12pm

Parking
Private lot

Featured image: flight board at Taft’s Brewporium

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