If you recently moved to the Beavercreek area, you may not have had much time to explore your new neighborhood. We're delighted to tell you that among the other amenities to be found near Beavercreek homes for sale are some very fine local breweries. So if local ales and lagers are your thing, you've settled in the right place.
Our REALTORS® always have great advice for our clients on buying or selling a home, but they're also knowledgeable about the area. Here are a few suggestions on where to get started along the local ale and lager trail.
- Southern Ohio Brewing. 818 Factory Road, Beavercreek
Patrons of Southern Ohio Brewing love the beer, but they also love the folks who run the place, as well as the atmosphere, calling it "fun and sociable" on social media. There are also weekly events, such as Trivia Night, which takes place Wednesday from 4 to 9 p.m., with Happy Hour at 6 p.m. and Trivia at 7 p.m. Prizes are given. Food trucks with highly rated fare have a regular schedule. The venue also features an outstanding outdoor space with Adirondack chairs that you can set where you will.
- Wandering Griffin Brewery and Pub. 3725 Presidential Drive, Beavercreek
Hopheads take note: the Wandering Griffin (the griffin is a mythical creature that is half eagle and half lion and that guards the gold of kings) is the place you've been looking for. Enjoy some fine house-brewed craft beers and pub fare. Relax in a roomy indoor and outdoor space. It's directly across from Wright State University and has a spacious parking lot, so no worries finding it or parking.
- Milano Subs, 2260 N Fairfield Road, Beavercreek
The secret to Milano's success in Dayton and Beavercreek is found in the bread. It's homemade on the premises, with the bread making starting at 1 a.m. on the day it's being served. Nowadays, Milano Subs restaurants are known not only for subs, but also for salads, beer, and pizza. As for the beer, try Milano's Weihenstephaner Hefeweissebier Dunkel -- a dark wheat beer. Note the creamy white foam and the fruity fresh sweetness, says the menu. Another good choice is the Weihenstephaner Hefeweissebier, a golden wheat beer with a "fine-pored" white foam. Not a hophead? There are several not-so-hoppy lagers to choose from.
- Eudora Brewing Company, 3022 Wilmington Pike, Dayton
Eudora Brewing Company is in Dayton, but it's worth the short drive for some fabulous beer. It's Dayton's only brewery, taproom, kitchen, and brew-your-own facility. Enjoy your beer and food in the 8000-square-foot taproom or on the 4000-square-foot patio, with six glass, bay-style garage doors. Want to brew your own? No experience needed. Just make an appointment, and the staff will guide you through the process. They'll even help you design your own beer label.
- The Pub, 39 Greene Blvd., Beavercreek
There's always a lot going on at this casual and very cozy neighborhood venue. Love fish and chips? This is the place to sample it, as The Pub's "good companions," as Winston Churchill referred to fish and chips, have been chosen the best in the country by a renowned British pub. Experience a trip across the pond at The Pub, without even digging out your passport. Happy hour is Monday through Friday, 3-6 p.m. Study the menu for rotating and seasonal draughts; you can also get a cocktail or spirits if that's your desire. Flights of whisky, anyone? At your service.
Here's looking at you, ale and lager lovers. Or, need help with a house? Contact Wright-Patt Realty today.