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From light, crisp, and refreshing to dark, malty, and decadent, or even gluten-free... Butler County breweries are pouring beer for any palate.
This smooth blonde ale is a great introduction into the world of craft beer. Easily enjoyed on both a hot summer day and a crisp autumn afternoon, the Approachable Blonde is the kind of year-round brew that feels like love at first sip. It’s also the perfect pairing companion to pizza and chicken wings.
This flavorful, light lager pays tribute to brewery owners Josh and Megan’s beloved pair of golden retrievers. Rolling Mill is an entirely gluten-free brewery, each pint crafted with nontraditional grains and a vision to change perceptions of beer. Two Goldens is a mainstay at Rolling Mill, so have a pint on your next trip.
A New England IPA packed with Citra, Mosaic, and El Dorado hops. Notes of mango, pineapple, and tropical fruit shine through the hazy-style IPA. Aesthetically pleasing with its gorgeous gold color and fruity aroma. Poundsign Nofilter is a consistent crowd pleaser for IPA lovers everywhere.
A carefully crafted, hop-forward rye pale ale. The Hop Bomber has a rich, malty taste with a bit of a pine finish. Rivertown is no stranger to ale experimentation. From barrel aged sours to vanilla porters and everything in between, they craft a tenacious culture ranging from easy to specialty sippers.
Brewed with generous notes of caramel and honey, this malty brown ale will have you dancing. This aromatic venture was awarded a bronze medal in its category at the 2019 US Beer Open Championship. Crank up the tunes with a We Been Dancin’ in hand and sip adventurously.
An elusive black IPA, On the Black represents an incredibly unique blend of styles. It’s roasty and dry, with a hint of bitterness in each sip. This fusion of flavors is unlike any other beer experience. DogBerry brewers proudly can this deliciousness and offer it on tap seasonally.
Layers of rich chocolate, milk toffee, and dark caramel make up FigLeaf’s Ponderous Porter. This English-inspired porter utilizes English malts and classic ESB ale yeast. The decadent flavor combinations will warm your soul on a cold winter day.
This article is featured in Butler County's latest Insider Guide! Every year, we go out in search of the behind-the-scenes, the one-of-a-kinds, and what the locals are loving. The details make their way into a handy getaway planning guide each year, known as an Insider Guide. Order your own to get the inside scoop, read more articles, and embrace the wacky, wonderful side of Butler County. The 2020 guide is now available — Get your own FREE guide here!