Owner Shane Juhl said they are considering "something big, possibly a Belgian/American fusion." They will actually start brewing on the anniversary.
The Dayton brewery will be open from 1 to 11 p.m. Sunday and offer $1 off pints until 9 p.m. as part of its celebration.
Toxic Brew was the first brewery to make beer in the city of Dayton in 52 years. (The Dayton Beer Co. opened earlier but it's located in the suburb of Kettering.)
"First year has been better than predicted," Juhl said in an email. "Super supportive community of craft beer lovers in the area. The Oregon district (where we are located) is alive and well as the heart of Dayton. We have had two equipment upgrades, and already distributing to almost two dozen accounts after distributing for only two months. And spring time is looking up, and very excited about the summer and seeing what the craft beer scene in the Dayton area looks like in a year."