Cincinnati Beer Week 2015: Day 3 Picks

Cincinnati Beer Week 2015: Day 3 Picks
How to Host a Beer Dinner

via Moerlein Lager House

The wait is over! Cincinnati Beer Week 2015 has officially begun. We’ve got you covered for what to do day one and day two, and now we bring you our top picks for day three. Here’s your guide to Sunday fun day, beer week-style:

Kegs n Eggs with Mt. Carmel Brewing
Rise and shine for brunch and beers at BrewRiver Gastropub. They’ll be tapping Mt. Carmel’s maple doppelbock, made with maple syrup from the Cincinnati Nature Center, and coffee brown ale, both a perfect match for the bacon-infused donuts on the menu. Kegs n Eggs with Mt. Carmel Brewing, Sunday, February 15, 10 a.m.–3 p.m.; BrewRiver GastroPub, 2062 Riverside Dr., East End, (513) 861-2484.

Meet the Brewer: MadTree
For the first of eight “Meet the Brewer” events Firehouse Grill is hosting for beer week, brewers from MadTree will be talking shop while the bar serves their brews. Staying for dinner is also an option. The Firehouse menu is stacked with pizzas, burgers, meal-sized salads, and more. Meet the Brewer: MadTree, Sunday, February 15, 6–7 p.m.; Firehouse Grill, 4785 Lake Forest Dr., Blue Ash, (513) 733-3473.

How to Host a Beer Dinner
There’s more to a beer dinner than picking up a six-pack. Moerlein Lager House Chef Lee Moeller, one of the minds behind the restaurant’s monthly beer dinners, will school you on how to pair, cook, and present dishes like a pro. How to Host a Beer Dinner, Sunday, February 15, 6:30-8 p.m.; Moerlein Lager House, 115 Joe Nuxhall Way, downtown, (513) 421-2337. $25 per guest, reservations required (call, or email private dining manager Jeff Geckle at jgeckle@moerleinlh.com to reserve your spot).

Find the full line-up of events at CincinnatiBeerWeek.com.

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