Moore was an avid home-brewer before launching the brewery, “and Brewtensils is where I bought my first equipment,” he said. The special beer to be tapped today is limited and will be available in the brewery’s Springboro tap room only, with no growler fills, the Crooked Handle co-founder said.
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Campbell described the New Zealand Pilsner as a style “that Hop heads can also enjoy.” He’ll be selling kits of the New Zealand Pilsner recipe and of subsequent recipes that are made in collaboration with other Dayton-area breweries. Ollie’s Place also will serve the Pilsener, Campbell said.
A joint brew with Fifth Street Brewpub’s head brewer Darren Link will come next, perhaps in September, the BrewTensils manager said.
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