Travelers at CVG Airport will soon be able to experience the local flavor of Braxton Brewing Co. The Covington-based craft brewery announced a partnership with the airport to open a taproom in Concourse A this spring.
Construction has already begun on the 1,500-square-foot space that will feature a unique design, says a press release. Its menu and beverage options will be announced later, but Braxton says it will carry its signature craft beers alongside seasonal offerings.
Braxton says joining the airport is a testament to its community standing and how beloved its brand has become in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, solidifying them as a local staple.
“Creating a unique experience for our taproom guests is something we love doing. Now, with the addition of our taproom in CVG, that’s an experience we’ll be able to create for both locals and those traveling through,” Jake Rouse, co-founder and CEO of Braxton, said in the release. "It’s important to us that this new taproom, just like our others, be a place where visitors can enjoy a craft beer and truly ‘lift one to life.’”
CVG CEO Candace McGraw says they expect their passenger volume to grow in the coming years, and with more travelers, CVG needs more food and beverage options.
“We are pleased to welcome Braxton to CVG because we know travelers like to see and experience local flavors and brands in the airport,” McGraw said in the release.
Braxton Brewing Co., 27 W. Seventh St., Covington & 331 E. 13th St., Pendelton. More information: www.braxtonbrewing.com.
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