2 Brewpubs

Prior to the Prohibition Era, OTR was at the heart of Cincinnati’s rich brewing history. At one point the Christian Moerlein Brewing Company took up three city blocks dedicated solely to producing that fine golden beverage.

Prior to the Prohibition Era, OTR was at the heart of Cincinnati’s rich brewing history. At one point the Christian Moerlein Brewing Company took up three city blocks dedicated solely to producing that fine golden beverage. Morelein is back today and its new place on the Banks along with other microbreweries look to make Cincinnati a place for those purveyors to thrive once again.

Moerlein Lager House

115 Joe Nuxhall Way, Downtown, 513-421-2337
This architectural masterpiece will seat 500 inside and an additional 600 in the multiple outdoor beer gardens. Moerlein brews flow endlessly from the taps. The menu features pre-prohibition 19th-century cuisine.

Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

10 Fountain Square Plaza, Downtown, 513-621-1588
A restaurant and brew pub that brews its own suds. With more than 10 home-brewed styles and a made-from-scratch menu, you won’t be disappointed. 

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