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.
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.
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.
4831 Spring Grove Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45232
Featured image: flight board at Taft’s Brewporium