Rivertown Brewing sets opening date for new Monroe taproom, barrel house

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring," said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's "dream facilitator" and wife of founder Jason Roeper, in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. Jan. 20 at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom also will serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow, as well as liquor from Stillwrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio, and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs and Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit will be served that night on a first-come, first-serve basis at the 208-person-capacity indoor restaurant and taproom.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden, increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000 to 35,000 barrels of beer per year up to more than 150,000 barrels per year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It also will serve as the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open.

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's dream acilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's "dream facilitator" and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's dream acilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's "dream facilitator" and wife of founder Jason Roeper, in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's dream acilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's "dream facilitator" and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's dream acilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's ream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

MONROE, OHIO -- Rivertown Brewing will celebrate the grand opening of its new Monroe Barrel House and taproom on Jan. 20 with a special "Dream Big, Dream Beer" dinner event and tasting.

“It’s been a crazy journey and seeing our team come together to make it happen has been nothing short of inspiring, “ said Lindsey Roeper, Rivertown's Dream Facilitator and wife of founder Jason Roeper in a press release. “We’re so excited to share our space with everyone and look forward to all the shared exBEERiences to come.”

Abby Hofrichter, the creativity and ideation lead for Rivertown, confirmed the event will take place from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the location at 6550 Hamilton-Lebanon Road in Middletown.

Rivertown barrels

The new facility's 30-tap lineup will include Rivertown's barrel-aged and Liquid Ingenuity beer series varieties and offerings from other local craft breweries. The taproom will also serve wine from Valley Vineyards in Morrow and liquor from StillWrights Distillery in Fairborn, Ohio and Watershed Distillery in Columbus.

Rivertown tap handles

Brisket Skillet Hash, Burnt End deviled eggs, Yaca Street tacos with jack fruit and more menu items will also be served at the new location's 208-person capacity indoor restaurant and taproom on a first-come, first-serve basis that night.

In warmer months, the new facility will open its 24-tap patio and two-acre outdoor beer garden space increasing capacity to 350 people.

Rivertown construction.

Rivertown first announced its plans to build the new $2.7 million facility in the fall of 2015. The brewery opened in 2009 at 607 Shepherd Drive in Lockland and filled its space there in 2015 by adding a 2,500-square-foot taproom and food vendor space.

RELATED: Rivertown Brewing to open $2.7 million facility in Monroe

The Monroe location also will allow Rivertown to increase its beer production capacity from 25,000-35,000 barrels-of-beer-per-year up to more than 150,000 barrels-per-year. A bulk of Rivertown's brewing is set to shift to the new facility starting in March, Hofrichter said. It will also be the brewery's central hub for distribution to seven states.

Owner Jason Roeper said the Lockland location taproom and food space will remain open, though a bulk of beer production will move to the new facility.

“'Dream Big, Dream Beer' is about not only dreaming big but manifesting the belief that anything is possible
and making it happen.“ Lindsey Roeper stated in the event's press release. “It’s all about hard work, purpose, excellence and tenacity.”

For more information about the Monroe taproom grand opening visit the event Facebook page.

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