Late April 2014, the bricklayers returned to the building site to begin laying the brick exterior and finalizing the brewing chimney. Once the exterior is complete the finishing details inside can begin.
Did you know there will be a beer garden at the brewery? Along the back of the building is a row of sycamore trees. These will provide beauty and shade to the seating area below. When many German immigrants arrived in Dayton in the 1840s they were surprised to find…
Much like in the past, breweries (and bars) are becoming a key part of today’s Daytonian culture. In some cases today’s brewpubs are opening up exactly where citizens enjoyed a drink well over a century ago. For example, in 1874 William H. Gerber operated a saloon in the same location…
Historic recipes historically brewed.
Dayton’s peak for the brewing industry was in the 1880s with as many as 14 breweries in operation
Copper kettles, wooden barrels, and charcoal fires make each batch of brew.
The Carillon Brewing Co. is part of a 65-acre open air history museum that explores the heritage of the Miami Valley.