A new brewery has cropped up in downtown Montgomery over the spring.
MPH Brewing, located at 7880 Remington Road, opened up on May 21 and serves over a dozen of their own craft beers, select wines, and a menu that is in the process of expansion through head chef Mark Mayhall. In addition to their spacious taproom, their space also offers patio seating and an outdoor beer tent.
But a brand that you may be familiar with will soon be sharing taps alongside MPH brews.
Brewery general manager Jim Christmann and co-founder and president of Colorado-based Left Hand Brewing Eric Wallace are both Cincinnati natives — and cousins. And they're teaming up to offer a taste of the wild west in suburban Ohio.
"We think this partnership is a great opportunity to showcase Left Hand’s beers here in Cincinnati, some of which previously could only be found in their Colorado taproom, and bring together offerings from two independent craft breweries under one roof,” said Christmann in a press release.
Several of Left Hand Brewing's award-winning beers will be on tap at the Montgomery brewery beginning June 12, alongside their own.
“We’re excited for the opportunity to introduce Left Hand to the community through our partnership with MPH Brewing. Our offerings will complement MPH’s ever-expanding beer menu from co-founder Bill Bolger and Brewmaster J.C. Jordan and provide craft beer lovers with a wide selection of great brews,” said Wallace in the same press release.
MPH Brewing, 7880 Remington Road, Montgomery.