The Dayton Daily News reports that yet another brewery is opening in the Dayton area. This one, called Eudora Brewing Co. in Kettering, will be a brewpub and brew-on-premise operation, allowing people to come in and brew their own beer on Eudora equipment.
"Eudora will brew its own ales and lagers and serve them in its small taproom, which will be open to the general public and to brew-on-premise customers," newspaper food and dining reporter Mark Fisher writes.
Brew-on-premise breweries are gaining popularity here in Ohio. The Brew Kettle in Strongsville -- which also has a separate production brewery that bottles its beer for distribution -- is by far the most successful one in the state. There's also Little Mountain Brewing Co. in Kirtland. And now Eudora, BRU in Columbus and Father John's in Bryan hoping to open and replicate The Brew Kettle winning formula.
Eudora also is one of many new breweries hoping to open in the Dayton area. Kettering already is home to the Dayton Beer Co. and others still in the works include Toxic Brew, Carillon Brewing and Fifth Street.
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