‘Hop’ into Miami County for National Beer Day!
April 7, 2021
National Beer Day in the United States is celebrated every year on April 7th which commemorates the Cullen–Harrison Act’s passage. This act allowed for the sale of beer with a content of 3.2 % alcohol. Upon signing the legislation, President Franklin D. Roosevelt made his famous remark, “I think this would be a good time for a beer.”
Miami County, Ohio has great places to stop in for a nice cold one any day of the year!
Moeller Brew Barn
Fresh, locally-made craft beer right in downtown Troy.
Downtown Piqua’s perfect place to have a pint and watch a game!
Can you believe that Mojo’s in downtown Troy has 22 craft beers on tap!?
Chaffee’s is the perfect neighborhood hangout spot in downtown Tipp City.
This downtown Troy establishment has a long tradition of hosting unique beer tastings and pairings.
Visit this old-fashioned bar and restaurant for some excellent draft options.
Have you heard about Miami County DORAs?
A DORA is a Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area, which allows visitors age 21 and older to purchase an alcoholic beverage from an approved and liquor-permitted establishment, then stroll and shop within the DORA boundaries.
Tipp City was the first city in Miami County to designate much of its downtown as a DORA.
- Monday – Thursday (11 am to 10 pm)
- Friday – Saturday (11 am to 11 pm)
- Sunday (Noon to 8 pm)
More Tipp City DORA Information HERE.
Troy’s DORA plan has just been approved by the State of Ohio and will be implemented in mid-April 2021.
- Thursday – Saturday (noon to 10 pm)
More Troy DORA Information HERE.