Fill The Kettles at DogBerry
Please join DogBerry Brewing this Holiday Season in helping to provide a nourishing meal to those in need. We are proud to be your local brewery that makes the beer we love and to share it with those that want it. Now, help us start a great tradition, your local brewery and community members joining together to help those that NEED it.
Each time you stop in our taproom, be sure to bring a non-perishable food item that can be donated to local charities. These items include; canned goods, mac and cheese, peanut butter and jelly, dry pasta and pasta sauce, rice, condiments and personal care items to name a few. DogBerry will deliver these items to charities such as Reach Out Lakota and other local organizations that work hard to help those in need.
Because we care about our community! Plus, for every 100 lbs of food or donated items each weekend we will knock $1 off growler fills and glassware for the remainder of that weekend. When we hit 200 lbs for the weekend we will knock $1 off of pints! So, if you want to be a strong, contributing member to your community and catch a break on great local beer… get on in here, donate and encourage your friends and neighbors to do so as well! This process resets at the beginning of each week so keep the donations coming and help us help our friends in need!
Bray’s On Target Brown Ale
A deep ruby, bright brown ale that is roasty without being sweet or nutty. It’s hopped with restraint for sessionable enjoyment. It has a bright oak barrel nose with medium to full body. This beer finishes balanced and dry with piney hop notes.
A copper hued, crisp yet caramel bodied IPA. It’s hopped to perfection evoking notes of citrus. Spiced with a touch of coriander and black peppercorn for a perfect little kick. This smooth, mid weight beer with a bright grapefruit bitterness has a dry peppery finish.
On the Aisle Kolsch
Classic German style blonde ale twisted with a modern day hop approach. Citrusy sweetness that is not overpowering. This light bodied beer with a dry and clean finish reminds us of summer and great times at the ball yard. Prost!
Maiden Flight RyePA
Our take on a modern rye ale. An English malt background with the right amount of rye spiciness. Featuring Falconer’s Flight hops in conjunction with a spectacular array of accompanying aroma hops that sets this beer apart from the others!
Classic American Blonde Ale kissed with a nice floral hop aroma. A great session ale, our blonde has mild malt sweetness and a clean finish.
Seasonal and Rotating Beers
Sir Griff’s Extra IPA
A big IPA hopped to please the IPA fan with a complex and balanced malt backbone. Clean bitterness follows a nose that resembles a bowl of tropical fruit.
Caroline’s Cozy Christmas Ale
Think Christmas cookie stuffed inside a big IPA. Garnet in color, hopped with Sorachi Ace for buttery smooth bitterness and finished with Chinook hops for a nice piney aroma. We add a bit of nutmeg to spice it up a bit.
Nat’s Nightcap Stout
A very complex stout that is built with a classic malt structure and a creative hop approach. Notes of roasted chocolate and a touch of oats for smoothness that is complimented with a slight sweetness and bright, woody hop tones.
Happy Sac Smoked Porter
Classic Porter with a touch of peat smoked malt for a distinct malt characteristic. Light bitterness and classic aromatic hops. A creamy caramel colored head greets you with a bright smell of rosemary followed by a light bodied porter.
On The Black IPA, Imperial Black IPA
Looks can be deceiving. This dark brew is relatively light in body and carries a very dry malt profile with just a hint of roast in the finish. The highlight of this beer is the hop profile; seven different high alpha strains ensure this. We socked this big IPA full of dank and resinous hops, from the nose to the finish pungent and citrus peel notes dominate this effort.
Big DIPA, Double IPA
A truly big beer, this Double IPA packs a punch. Checking in at 9ish % ABV and 147 IBU’s, this beer is a powerhouse. A simple approach provides a clean and dry malt backbone with a hint of caramel malt that follows a wonderfully citrusy nose. Sharp bitterness begins the mouthfeel that is complimented by tones of tropical fruit.
Most people think you go into business to make as much money as possible. Money is nice but happiness in life is priceless. Feeling rewarded by your daily “work” is a treasure that most will never know or understand. Previous work experience has shown us that money isn’t everything, hating your work life and dragging that home is a terrible thing for a family. We feel that inherent happiness in work will result in financial success. Organically allowing passion and interest to drive your business is a viable model in our opinion.
The intangibles are always a concern. We try to alleviate that by paying due concern to all things unknown or uncomfortable to us, being wise and humble enough to seek help when we need it. It may be a bit nostalgic but we celebrate the smallness and the blending of science and art. We believe that having a “neighborhood brewery” where people come to enjoy good beer, camaraderie and see what is available on any given day is a very viable concept. Our approach builds in flexibility with the product and marketing plan. It will allow us to build the best beers we can and stay focused on that. We will have flexibility to experiment and have a chance to be directly interactive with and interested in our customer base.
We are not trying to outpace the pack or re-invent the wheel; we simply want to share our beer that we love with you, if you want it. Niche, boutique, nano, minuscule, overgrown home brewery; regardless of the label… we are thrilled to build beers that we love.
-Tony Meyer and Chris Frede
7865 Cincinnati Dayton Rd
West Chester, Ohio 45069
Thursday 4pm to 8pm
Friday 4pm to 9pm
Saturday 12pm to 9pm
Sunday 2pm to 8pm
We ask that our customers please respect surrounding businesses when choosing to park off site.