Nowhere in Particular Cabinet of Curiosities is expected to open before the end of January 2020, co-founder Max Unverferth said.
Photo: Mark Fisher
Photo: Mark Fisher

New craft brewery opened on Friday the 13th in Kettering

Nowhere in Particular Cabinet of Curiosities serves first brews in space where Eudora Brewing got its start

Dayton added a new craft brewery on Friday the 13th in Kettering.

Nowhere In Particular Cabinet of Curiosities opened at 3 p.m. today at 4716 Wilmington Pike in Kettering, in space that once housed Eudora Brewing. 

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Max Unverferth, part of a team of gypsy brewers who dubbed themselves “Nowhere In Particular” several years back, is overseeing the new Kettering brewery.

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Eudora operated in the space from its opening in 2013 to the fall of 2018, when it shut down to focus on the build-out of its larger brewpub up the street, which opened in March 2019.

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This will be the first Dayton-area bricks-and-mortar location for Nowhere In Particular, which began as a gypsy-brewing operation that used other breweries’ facilities to brew and bottle their beers.

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"Nowhere In Particular is establishing this Cabinet of Curiosities in part to indulge its fringe audience with more inventive takes on a wider range of styles," Nowhere In Particular co-founder Pat Sullivan said last year. “We will be offering aggressively experimental brews.” 

We will bring you more coverage of the Dayton area’s newest craft brewery on Monday, March 16. 

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