CINCINNATI - The people behind the Christian Moerlein Lager House in Cincinnati showed off their plans Tuesday. It will be one of the cornerstones of the 45-acre Riverfront Park Development and developers say they want to open in August of 2011.
The Lager House will seat more than 1,000 people and feature an on-site brewery, a restaurant and an outdoor beer garden. Windows throughout the building will provide views of Great American Ballpark, Paul Brown Stadium, the Ohio River and the multiple bridges that cross the river.
The developers plan on naming the individual rooms in the building after the various breweries that are a part of the Cincinnati's beer history. They include Schoenling, Hudepohl, Burger, John Hauck and Windisch-Mulhauser.
Construction on the project is scheduled to begin in the fall.
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