MOUNT HEALTHY, Ohio -- The owners of Fibonacci Brewing Co. aren't kidding around about asking customers to help them name two goats.
The Mount Healthy craft brewery launched its goat-naming contest Sunday via social media.
It's part of an announcement of Fibonacci's plans to literally grow its business model. This fall, the brewery plans to open an urban farm. It'll include a beer garden, indoor event area, and two Airbnb rentals, according to a post on Fibonacci's Instagram account.
Owners Betty and Bob Bollas first opened Fibonacci at 1445 Compton Road in July 2015.
Fibonacci's new farm will also be home to the two female Nigerian Dwarf goats, which currently call Healthy Hills Farm home.
People have until Aug. 5 to submit suggested names for the goats at Fibonacci's website.
The winner of the goat-naming contest will receive a free stay at one of the farm’s Airbnb rentals and a personal meeting with the goats, according to the brewery. Those winners will be announced in the fall when the urban farm opens.