Dayton Beer Company plans to can and bottle its beers in 12-ounce cans and in 12-ounce and 22-ounce “bomber” bottles, for distribution to retailers and taverns in Dayton, then to Columbus and Cincinnati and beyond, Hilgeman has said.
Meanwhile, Hilgeman said he may be looking for a new home for the initial Dayton Beer Company microbrewery and tasting room at 912 E. Dorothy Lane in Kettering, which opened in 2012 and continues to operate.
The building, which also houses a United Dairy Farmers convenience store, has been sold, but he hasn’t yet spoken with his new landlord, Hilgeman said. His current lease extends through at least April of 2016, so no move is imminent, he said.
“We’ll either remain there, or we’ll find another place to move it to, but we’d like to keep it in Kettering,” Hilgeman said.