Vendor Spotlight: Historic Hauck Mansion

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Photographs by Larry Renner and Brenda Benscik

Built in 1904 by the family behind the pre-Prohibition John Hauck Brewing Company, Hauck Mansion reopened this year after undergoing a seven-year reconstruction. The stately 22-room manor retains much of its original splendor—thanks to owner Andy Thul and business partners Mike and Cheryl Swain, who rescued the building from demolition back in 2008—and features beautiful 1900’s architecture, mosaic tile, stained glass windows, and décor replete with a fully-restored 1925 Baldwin (live piano music is included as part of your wedding day package).

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The Historic Hauck Mansion, built in 1904
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Banquet-style dining
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The room set with 8-seat round tables

The mansion can accommodate up to 130 guests inside and is entirely yours for the whole day, and boasts a bridal suite, groom’s room, upstairs ballroom, multiple dining nooks, and fully-finished lower level. Weddings at the mansion are all-inclusive—they even offer multiple house wines—and include catering, tables, chairs, décor, and serving staff.

12171 Mosteller Rd., Sharonville, (513) 312-0722, hauckmansion.com

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