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Star City Brewing Company hosting 5 year anniversary events all this week

A Dayton-area brewery is poised to celebrate its fifth anniversary in the coming days, and they’ve arranged to do so in style.

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Star City Brewing Company decided to spread out its five-year anniversary party over four days, which will encompass special tappings, free music and, yes, pie, from Wednesday, Nov. 14 through Saturday, Nov. 17 at the brewery at 319 S. 2nd St. in Miamisburg.  

Star City Brewing Company will celebrate its 5th anniversary Nov. 14-17, 2018. Staff file photo by Jim Witmer

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“The idea started with tapping our barrel-aged beers and bringing back the meads for the anniversary weekend,” Justin Kohnen, co-founder of Star City, said in a release. “But thinking about all of the great things that have helped to make Star City what it is over these five years later, we quickly started filling up the week by roping in friends.” 

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The schedule includes: 

  • Wednesday, Nov. 14: “Beer & Pie: A Miamisburg Holiday Pairing,” a ticketed event in conjunction with The Canal House Eatery ($17);
  • Thursday, Nov. 15: Musician Invitational Thursday Open Mic Night, free; 
  • Friday, Nov. 16:  Mead release with The Repeating Arms, starting at 5 p.m., music at 9 p.m., free; 
  • Saturday, Nov. 17: Woodford Reserve Barrel-Aged Tapping starting at 5 p.m. with music by The New Old-Fashioned at 9 p.m., free. 

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“We’ve made a lot of friends in five years here,” Kohnen said. “We hope to make some more over the weekend.” 

A full list of Meads and Woodford Reserve Barrel-Aged Beers and more information about the events can be found at www.facebook.com/events/325433894934423.  

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