A first for the nation, Carillon Brewing Company is the first licensed production brewery in a museum. Dayton History’s newest project, this 10,000 square foot living history exhibit and restaurant replicates every detail of the brewing techniques of the 1850s as a means to celebrate Dayton’s brewing heritage. Daily brewing and food way presentations create a platform for connection to all facets of this heritage by using replica equipment, historical recipes and ingredients, and costumed staff. Each pint and plate of hearty fare served are stories of immigration, daily life, transportation, and scientific processes from the past.
Sunday – Thursday 11:00am-9:00pm
Friday & Saturday 11:00am-10:00pm
Monday – Thursday 9:30am-9:00pm
Friday & Saturday 9:30am-10:00pm
From Interstate 75
Take the Edwin C. Moses Blvd. exit, EXIT 51
Head EAST on to Edwin C. Moses Blvd.
(LEFT from North I-75 or RIGHT from South I-75)
Turn RIGHT on to W. Stewart St.
Take FIRST RIGHT on to Carillon Blvd.
Turn LEFT into Carillon Historical Park
Follow the drive and the Carillon Brewing Co. with be on the RIGHT
Admission to Carillon Brewing Company is FREE
To learn more about the history of Dayton and how its rich brewing heritage relates to the heritage of the region, we invite you to explore Carillon Historical Park
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