A Butler County brewery is marking its fourth anniversary with a nearly week-long celebration.
“It’s hard to believe that we opened our doors 4 years ago today!” reads a post on DogBerry Brewing’s Facebook page. “From a tiny, humble location & a grassroots entrepreneurial effort to a still humble yet much more comfortable & modern facility! Thank you all for your support, we hope you come tip one back w/ us in celebration!”
DogBerry also will offer $4 pours from open until 5 p.m. every weekday this week at its taproom at 9964 Crescent Park Drive in West Chester Twp. to celebrate four years of the microbrewery.
The business is owned by Tony Meyer, a former Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center research scientist.
DogBerry is open through 9 p.m. today with special guest Nicole Gunderman from Gorman Heritage Farms. Click the link here to RSVP.
Sammy’s Craft Burgers and Beer will start serving tacos from 4 to 9 p.m. daily every day starting todayry day. Wednesday also sees the introduction of Video Game Night. Up first is Super Smash Brother’s Melee.
Trivia with a Twist takes place Thursday for a Disney & Pixar-themed trivia night.
Starting Friday, DogBerry Mug Club members get early access to DogAvon, the brewery’s Barleywine Ale. Brewed once a year at 13 percent ABV, or alcohol by volume, the bottles are beer that DogBerry took from a 2017 batch and aged in red wine barrels.
Saturday, DogBerry will hold a bottle release: $8 a bottle and $15 for two. Also on Saturday will be a Vertical Tasting of DogAvon through the years. That release will be in very limited quantity and available on a first come, first served basis. These will be served in flights only of the 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2017 barrel aged DogAvon.
Rounding out the week will be Sunday’s offerings: $10 growler fills and DogBerry’s Bring Your Own Vinyl Day.
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