Come ready to party Yellow Springs-style wearing your tie-dye, flowing skirts and Birkenstocks. On Friday, March 10, 5:00 pm, Yellow Springs Brewery is throwing a party in their taproom to celebrate the release of Springer Golden Ale in 12-ounce cans. It will be distributed to restaurants, bars and retailers starting the week of March 13th, six-packs will retail for $9.99. This signature beer is made with local Cascade hops from Heartland Hops in northwest Ohio near Fort Recovery. At 5.4% alcohol by volume, it is light, floral and perfect for drinking anytime. Springer Golden Ale is one of … [Read more...] about Get Your ‘Spring’er on with Yellow Springs Brewery
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The Yellow Springs Brewery will be hosting the latest works from quilt-maker Pam Geisel from January 9 - February 5 with an artist’s reception on Sunday January 15 from 2-4 pm. The exhibit is part of an ongoing monthly series hosted by the Yellow Springs Brewery entitled, Art + Ale, featuring the latest work from local artists in their taproom. Geisel is a quilt-maker who works with traditional design blocks in non-traditional ways. For example, instead of piecing shapes together or sewing them, they are fused together using an iron on the back of the fabric which then fuses pieces … [Read more...] about Yellow Springs Brewery Hosts Quilt-Maker Pam Geisel
On Friday, November 11th, Yellow Springs Brewery will be holding a Metamorphosis Party to celebrate the official unveiling of their new can designed. The can design will be an extension of the new logo the brewery unveiled late last month. Why the makeover? Co-owner Lisa Wolters explains that, “We were not unhappy with the old logo, but when we tried to apply it to our package, it didn’t lend itself to what we had in mind.” Namely, while the cans themselves looked great, the brewery name in the logo was hard to read, obviously a situation not conducive to retail sales. The … [Read more...] about Yellow Springs Brewery’s Cans Get a Redesign
Warped Wing was the first, Dayton Beer Company came next and next week Yellow Springs Brewery will start offering two of their more popular beers in cans. You'll be able to pick up a six pack of Captain Stardust Saison and , at the brewery for $9.99. According to co-owner Nate Cornett, "in September, we debuted our new 15-barrel brewhouse and that has allowed us enough capacity to get two of our favorites in cans." Prior to the expansion Yellow Spring Brewery hasn't been able to keep up with the demand for their beers. Want to pick up a six pack? They'll be available starting at 3pm … [Read more...] about 3rd Local Brewer To Offer Canned Beer
The Super Bowl XLIX festivities begin at noon on Sunday, February 1. Pundits are going to spend the entire day analyzing the players, discussing past Super Bowls, and making deflated ball puns. The game itself starts at 6 PM, and will end around 11 PM after all the awards have been given out and more analysis of the game. That is a long drinking day for anyone. You have to pace yourself through a day filled with salty snacks, good friends, and lots and lots of fine, locally crafted beer. Fortunately, British brewers thought of this decades ago, and developed something called a session … [Read more...] about The Super Bowl – One Long Session for Beers!
The Yellow Springs Brewery, located at 305 N Walnut Street in Yellow Springs, is celebrating the Autumn Equinox with two local food special events this month. On Tuesday, September 23rd starting at 6:30pm Yellow Springs Brewery will partner with Chef Patrick Sartin of Harvest Mobile Cuisine to host a 3 course beer dinner to celebrate Nature's Bounty. Reservations are required for this dinner and can be made for $55 per person by calling 767-0222. The three courses, which will be paired with beers to be named later, are: Seasonal Greens Variety of Patchwork Gardens field … [Read more...] about Locally Grown Food & Local Beer On The Menu at Brewery Dinners
Harvest Mobile Cuisine is partnering with Yellow Springs Brewery to serve a very special dinner! Appetizers include artisan chesses, crudites and fresh fruits with crackers and truck made sweet potato chips The first course will include apple fritters, smoked pork belly polenta cakd with fennel puree. The entree course will by a walnut crusted walleye with roasted acorn squash and bulls blood beet risotto. Dessert will be a flourless chocolate torte with Harvest caramel sauce. Reservations are required and seating is limited. Please call 767-0222 to make your reservations for this … [Read more...] about Food Truck & Brewery Dinner
Drinking craft beers while listening to a regional blues man hum away on his harmonica. What better way to raise money for Diabetes Dayton? The annual Big Brews & Blues event was held last weekend at Carrillon Park and hundreds of attendees enjoyed dozens of craft beers. There were Big Brews, there were Blues, and of course, there was food. We were on hand for another Food Adventure supporting a local charity. Pouring beer in full force were the staff of Dayton Most Metro and Lisa Grigsby with Dayton Dining. Tickets were $30 in advance or $35 at the door. The event went from … [Read more...] about Recap: Big Brews & Blues.. and FOOD !
PSSST!! Come here.... wanna peek? Even though the tasting room doesn't open until April 13th, Food Adventures got a sneak peek of the new Yellow Springs Brewery on 305 N. Walnut Street. We think you're gonna like what you see. The brewmasters have been busy. Their beer has been in production for a few months. Various brews bearing the Yellow Springs Brewery label are already being served in local restaurants. We sampled a few craft beers and they were delicious. Our favorite was a beer called the "Little Bike Brown." It is a stout beer with a full bodied, rich taste. All of … [Read more...] about The Food Adventures Crew Peek Into Yellow Springs Brewery!