Short Pours: Inspired Locals, Consumed by beer (Cincinnati.com)

It’s always nice to see the locals gathering some steam and getting some good attention from the traditional media. Kudos to one of the “Founding Fathers” of the craft renaissance in Cincinnati.

The people at Mount Carmel Brewing Co. take their beer seriously. Very seriously.

Beer started as a hobby for Kathleen and Mike Dewey. Mike, 40, a tinkerer and a perfectionist, was making beer using an open fire and a garden hose in the small barn back of their place in Mount Carmel area of Union Township. He was working in construction and she was a real estate agent.

It wasn’t that long ago, but it seems very far away. Now they have four 30-barrel fermenters, five employees and plans to expand. And they quit their jobs.

via INSPIRED LOCALS: Consumed by beer | Cincinnati.com | cincinnati.com.

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