People are fascinated by the origins of things they love, which explains the popularity of brewery tours or visits to the factory where little sisters are made. See where it all began with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $19 for a Prohibition Resistance: The Lager Tour for two on Sunday only ($40 value)
- $35 for a Prohibition Resistance: The Lager Tour for four on Sunday only ($80 value)
- $25 for a Prohibition Resistance: The Lager Tour for two ($40 value)
- $49 for a Prohibition Resistance: The Lager Tour for four ($80 value)
Over The Rhine Brewery District
The nearly 50 brewery buildings that make up Cincinnati's Brewery District range from Romanesque works of art to impressive brick industrial spaces. Many have stood on the same spots since long before Prohibition, outlasting neighboring structures that fell to the wrecking ball. If those buildings had faces, they'd use them to thank the Brewery District's redevelopment group. The band of residents, business owners, and developers helps protect and promote the rich history of this former German cultural hub and epicenter of the Cincinnati brewing industry.
As part of a long-term plan to redevelop the area, the organization welcomes visitors into diverse events such as seasonal beer festivals and a pop-up beer garden at the Findlay Market. But the most popular gatherings are the brewery tours that stop at pre-Prohibition breweries and explore the historic, secret barrel-transportation tunnels that run 40 feet below street level and directly into local refrigerators.
The nonprofit organization's key initiative is to create a world-class urban heritage trail in the district. The 2.3-mile trail will lead visitors through the Over The Rhine, Pendleton, and Downtown neighborhoods and will feature both physical and virtual installations, as well as guided tours.
89% of 295 customers recommend
“The tour was very interesting Worth the time and money”
“Wear comfortable walking shoes -- the terrain can be a little tricky, but it's worth it to go Lived here all my life, but learned a lot about that area of town”
“Very informative and friendly guides; the underground cellars were awesome! However, if you have any physical limitations, you may want to find out information about...”
“Very informative and friendly guides; the underground cellars were awesome! However, if you have any physical limitations, you may want to find out information about whether or not it would be a good tour, as it requires you to go down some steep, narrow stairwells, make-shift "bridges," etc - this is not a bad thing, since these tunnels are still being discovered, but it is something to keep in mind”