Ana & Glenn Perrine have been working for over a year on remodeling their 21,000 square foot building on 2nd Street in Miamisburg. The 170 year old building has been transformed into a taproom and Mexican style cantina. Ana’s El Paso roots can be seen in the decor and on the menu of the Cantina. Lucky Star Brewery & Cantina will be offering 5 beers to start and guests will be able to order from an appetizer menu that includes beef, chicken and vegetarian tacos as well as a selection of dips and chips.
Lucky Star will be opening up this Friday at 1pm with the ceremonial ribbon cutting at 3pm.
Glenn has a passion for IPA’s, big stouts and wheat beers and has been a home brewer for years. He worked in a Colorado brewpub, where he picked up a passion for creating non-traditional brewing systems. Lucky Star will have a 10 barrel brew system, which will the centerpiece of the tap room. By placing the brewing right in the middle of the room, guests will be able to smell the hops, and watch the process.
Just one block down from Star City Brewing, which opened last fall in the former Peerless Mill building , the opening of Lucky Star will create a brewery district in Miamisburg. Ana says, “we get along great with Brian and Justin, we’ve been over to their place and they’ve come over to visit us. There’s no doubt the two breweries will make Miamisburg more of a beer destination than just having one open.” Lucky Star will be open 7 days a week, opening for lunch and staying open through the day, but hours may be adjusted once they’ve been open and find out what customers want, according to Ana.
Lucky Star will be the 10th brewery to open in the region and Carillon Brewing Co. is scheduled to open Aug 22nd. Cheers to Dayton’s support of local beer!