Seasonal Brews!

October 29, 2020 :: in home slider :: Comments Off on Seasonal Brews!

Spruce Ale This historical ale dates to the earliest years of America’s settlement when spruce was utilized as a bitter flavor in brews along with providing a good source of vitamin C during the winter months. Rich molasses and roasted barley give depth of flavor and yield a full body….

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Closed Feb. 9, 10, & 11

February 7, 2020 :: in news/events, Recent Work :: Comments Off on Closed Feb. 9, 10, & 11

Change is brewing! Since opening in 2014, the Carillon Brewing Company has proudly served tens of thousands of guests. To better serve you, the Carillon Brewing Company will be undergoing planned maintenance and interpretive upgrades. This work necessitates the restaurant’s closure on February 9, 10 and 11.  While the restaurant will be closed…

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Food & Beer Pairing

January 22, 2020 :: in news/events, Uncategorized :: Comments Off on Food & Beer Pairing

Join us on February 22, 2020 at 6:00pm for a food and beer pairing! Purchase your tickets today! February 22, 2020 6:00pm$60.00 per personCarillon Brewing Co.1000 Carillon Blvd. Dayton, Ohio 45409 Food & Beer Pairing Menu WELCOME BEER Irish Red Ale FIRST COURSEBone marrow with toasted bread and homemade bacon…

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Now Hiring!

February 4, 2019 :: in home slider :: Comments Off on Now Hiring!

We are looking for new folks to join our team to help serve “History by the Pint.” This is a one-of-a-kind job that blends together restaurant service, history, beer, conversation, and dress-up. From greeting guests and getting them inspired about the 1850s to serving food and utilizing it as a…

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Regional Award Win

July 23, 2015 :: in news/events, Recent Work, Uncategorized :: 0 comments

In July of 2015, Dayton History was happily awarded the Association of Midwest Museums’ Best Practices Award. The Association was mostly impressed with how the addition of Carillon Brewing Company provided guests with a sensory, educational experience. As a museum, this is a huge honor. Being recognized by museum professionals for the hard…

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Beer Garden Now Open

May 3, 2015 :: in news/events, Recent Work :: Comments Off on Beer Garden Now Open

Carillon Brewing Company is happy to provide a Beer Garden perfect for summer drinking and dining. While the Beer Garden does provide a very different atmosphere than inside the Brewery, it is still a historical one. During the 19th Century beer gardens opened up across America. Harkening back to the…

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Institution of the Year

April 6, 2015 :: in news/events, Recent Work :: 1 comment

At the 2015 Ohio Museums Association (OMA) Conference, Dayton History was voted the winner of the Institution of the Year Award thanks to the help of a letter of support from the Montgomery County Convention and Visitors Bureau. The OMA was particularly impressed with the addition of the Carillon Brewing…

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History by the Pint

March 24, 2015 :: in news/events, Recent Work :: 0 comments

Carillon Brewing Company serves history by the pint. Each pint of our house-made beer is made just as it would have been in the past. We start with historical recipes to create each historical drink. Then, historical varieties of malt and hops are used to make sure the recipes are…

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Oven Fresh: Spent Grain Bread

January 28, 2015 :: in news/events, Recent Work :: Comments Off on Oven Fresh: Spent Grain Bread

We are happy to announce that each Monday and Tuesday spent grain bread will be baked in our brick bake oven. On these days you can watch each step of the bread making process happen before you. Stone ground wheat and spent grains from the brewing process are mixed with…

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Now Serving: Root Beer

October 27, 2014 :: in news/events, Recent Work :: 0 comments

Step back into 1850 with a cool glass of traditional, spiced root beer. Brewed last week in our copper kettle, this non-alcoholic drink is rich with flavors of molasses, licorice, cinnamon, sarsaparilla, and vanilla. Served over ice for $4 a glass or $16 for a growler fill.

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