The region’s next microbrewery will open in three weeks in Miamisburg.
Lucky Star Brewery at 219 S. Second S. — built in a three-story, 21,000-square-foot building that dates back to 1900 — has been in the works for about a year, and it’s scheduled to make its public debut Aug. 1, according to founder and owner Glenn Perrine.
Lucky Star will be the second microbrewery in Miamisburg, and it will be located just one block from the other brewery, Star City, that opened last year in the former Peerless Mill restaurant space.
Perrine said his tap room would include 10 of his brewery’s beers on tap. “We are fans of big beers, so expect a lot of imperial IPAs (India Pale Ales) and stouts,” he said. Lucky Star will be offering cantina-style appetizers and will also have a small vegetarian menu, Perrine said this morning.
“We want our guests to be able to see the brewing system and ask questions as part of the whole experience of visiting a small working microbrewery,” Perrine said. “We are fans of big beers, so expect a lot of imperial IPAs (India Pale Ales) and stouts.”
Perrine said he was looking forward to collaborating with his neighbor and fellow brewery.
“I believe having two breweries in Miamisburg will be a big draw for the city, and we look forward to a friendly competition between us and Star City,” Perrine said. “If others want to join in the Miamisburg experience I believe the city would welcome the birth of a brewery district.”
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