Third Eye Brewing to Open New Location in Hamilton

The brewery hopes to open its new location in Hamilton in early 2023.

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Popular Sharonville brewery Third Eye Brewing is opening a second location.

The brewery opened its original spot in June 2020. Now, Third Eye Brewing is gearing up to open a new place in Hamilton in early 2023, per a release.

The Hamilton location is set to be home to a 10,000-square-foot production facility that will allow Third Eye to increase its annual barrel production from 2,000 to 10,000.

With more beer comes more people, and Third Eye plans to accommodate the crowds in its 6,000-square-foot taproom, which includes a covered patio and a full kitchen run by chef Steven Vanderpool.

There are also plans for a 5,000-square-foot private event and barrel-aging space on the facility's lower level. “It will have its own unique feel but still have our Third Eye vibe making it a great place to come and hang out with friends and family," Third Eye Brewing co-founder Tom Collins says of the new location in a press release.

This expansion is expected to cost around $3.1 million.

“We are very excited to be expanding our production capacity and being a part of all the great things happening in Hamilton,” says Tom Schaefer, co-founder of Third Eye Brewing, in the release. 

The opening of this new brewery is just another addition to the city of Hamilton's expansion it has seen over the past ten years. Hamilton's mayor Pat Moeller has also expressed excitement about Third Eye coming to town.

“Their increase in barrel production, along with a location to enjoy their craft beer and food, adds another chapter to Hamilton’s rich brewing and entertainment history,” said Moeller in the release. “Making great beer is part of the history of Hamilton.”

Third Eye Brewing is located at 11276 Chester Road, Sharonville. Find more information at thirdeyebrewingco.com.

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