In 2006, the group started giving heritage tours of Over-the-Rhine which slowly but surely has grown in participation. Now, they hope to make the Brewing Heritage Trail a permanent thing incorporating other community and business organizations throughout downtown and OTR.
"What's interesting in Cincinnati is we have the largest collection
of pre-prohibition brewing architecture sites still remaining, and we have an
amazing collection of underground lagering cellars, arguably some of the
largest in North America," said Brewery District Corp. President Greg Hardman.
Attendees of the Beer Baron Ball enjoyed dinner, drinks,
dancing, art and history. It also marked the unofficial start of the Oktoberfest season with the first keg of Gambrinus Stock Company's Lager.
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