Built on Beer Tour

29 Ratings
  • Live Guide
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  • E-Ticket
  • 2 hr

Beginning at the Trail Tour Center on Race Street, this brewing history and architecture tour walks the western portion of the Brewery District, marveling at the many remaining 19th and early 20th century structures, while sharing stories of those who built or doomed these brewing empires during beer’s industrial revolution. Tours include a visit into the vast subterranean lager cellars of the historic (non-operating) Jackson Brewery, as well as outdoor visitation to the Sohn/Mohawk Brewery, several Christian Moerlein sites, and the location of the Bellevue Incline. The Jackson Brewery cellars were excavated from the hillside under the brewery, so we enter from street level and there are no stairs to climb going in or out, making these cellars very accessible and the total walking distance for this tour is less than half a mile. At the tour conclusion, we stop in at a neighborhood taproom for a pint of local beer, included with each ticket, but soft drinks are also available.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Brewing Heritage Trail

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Over-the-Rhine

Walk along the Brewing Heritage Trail past historic breweries, including a visit into one of the pre-Prohibition breweries' underground lagering cellars.

Duration: 2 hour
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