Tap Room

Eudora also serves it’s own award-winning, house-brewed ales and lagers in our tap room. The tap room is be open to brew-on-premise customers as well as the general public. We offer a variety of flavorful beers as well as a small selection of wine, hard cider and canned soda. You’re welcome to bring your own commercially-prepared food, order-in, or purchase food from one of the local food trucks that parks in our lot. To stay up-to-date on our food truck schedule, as well as special events and beer tappings, check out our Facebook page!

Tue-Fri: 4-11pm   ■   Saturday: Noon-11pm   ■   Sunday: 3-8pm

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  The tap room can be rented on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Sundays before 3pm for private events (contact us for more info).

Join us for Live Trivia every Wednesday night! Win awesome prizes, drink great beer, sample creations from a local food truck, and who knows, you might learn something while you’re at it! The game starts at 7pm but you can join (and still win prizes) at any time.

Year-Round Recipes

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Sundowner™

Just because a beer is light in color doesn’t mean it has to be watered-down and flavorless. Our blonde ale is our easiest-drinking beer, and should appeal to those who aren’t big fans of hoppy, bitter, or dark beers. Brewed with a small amount of wheat malt and an even smaller amount of caramel malt, this beer is refreshing and satisfying.

  • Color: Pale Gold
  • Bitterness: 17 IBU’s (low)
  • Alcohol: 5%

Availability: Constant

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The Bee's Knees™

The perfect balance of malt and hops, with a honey twist. Although it’s categorized as a pale ale, The Bee’s Knees is more of a hoppy amber ale. Locally-made honey adds a very slight sweetness to the beer, while at the same time contributing to a dry finish that is characteristic of the style. Hops are moderate and add a medium bitterness to the beer, providing balance and complexity.

  • Color: Amber
  • Bitterness: 37 IBU’s (Medium)
  • Alcohol: 5.7%

Availability: Random

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Far Far Away™

An Australian-style pale ale brewed exclusively with Galaxy hops grown ‘down under’. It pours light gold and has a hoppy aroma and flavor. Balanced slightly more toward the bitter side, it has notes of tropical fruit and is backed-up by light caramel malts in the background.

  • Bitterness: 41 IBUs (medium)
  • Alcohol by Volume: 5.7%
  • Color: Light Gold

Availability: Rare

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Bangarang!®

Dominated by hops with a nice malt background, this beer is made by hop lovers for hop lovers. It’s made with a top-secret combination of hops that give it it’s characteristic flavor and smooth bitterness. We utilize first-wort-hopping as well as late hop additions and dry hopping to maximize the hop flavor and aroma. Known as the battle cry of The Lost Boys, Bangarang! is an homage to the late, great Robin Williams.

  • Color: Burnt Orange
  • Bitterness: 65 IBUs (High)
  • Alcohol: 6.4%

Availability: Constant

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Mother-Fuggle®

It’s one mother-fuggle of a beer! A balance between light and dark, this brown ale is sort of a hybrid of two styles. It’s nutty like a Northern English Brown Ale but it’s also chocolatey and moderately hoppy like an American Brown Ale. We use British Fuggle hops and British yeast, but we also use some American malts. We like to think of it as an English foreign exchange student. She may be English at heart, but she’s picked up some American characteristics during her trip abroad.

  • Color: Brown (of course)
  • Bitterness: 28 IBU’s (Medium)
  • Alcohol: 6%

Availability: Random

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Thunderball™

Our version of an oatmeal stout is dark and ominous (like a thunderhead). Dark malts take over this beer while hops take a backseat. Oatmeal gives the beer a thick, creamy consistency while chocolate and caramel malts give it a unique coffee like flavor with hints of cocoa.

  • Color: Dark Brown/Black
  • Bitterness: 35 IBUs (medium)
  • Alcohol: 7%

Availability: Constant

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Le Cheval Magique

Named after a legendary magical horse who lives in a wooded area of Belgium, Le Cheval Magique is a Belgian Golden Strong ale. The Belgian yeast gives it a fruity/spiced character, which is supported by the perfect combination of Belgian malts and hops.

  • Color: Deep Gold
  • Bitterness: 25 IBUs (medium-low)
  • Alcohol by Volume: 8.5%

Availability: Random

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Greater Than One

Greater Than One is a double IPA brewed with generous amounts of American hops, providing a delightful combination of hop flavors and aromas. Expect notes of citrus and tropical fruits with a hefty amount of bitterness on the back end. The name, “Greater Than One” celebrates the community aspect of Eudora and emphasizes the ‘whole is greater than the sum of its parts’ concept.

  • Color: Pale Orange
  • Bitterness: 100+ IBUs (very high)
  • Alcohol by Volume: 8.0%

Availability: Random

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Ohio Lager

Quite possibly the very first commercially-available Lager brewed with 100% Ohio-sourced ingredients. The barley and wheat come from Haus Malts near Cleveland. The hops were grown by Scott Farms in Georgetown, Ohio. The yeast was harvested from a lager brewed by a different Ohio brewery and propagated by our friends at Double Helix Brewery Consulting. And of course, the water comes from the Great Miami watershed- right beneath your feet.

  • Bronze
  • Bitterness: 30 IBUs (medium-low)
  • Alcohol: 6.5% ABV

Availability: Random

Seasonal Recipes

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Samsara™

Samsara is an Imperial India Pale Ale brewed with rye malt, which gives it a sharp, slightly spicy malt character. A unique blend of four American hop varieties boost the bitterness levels and make for truly unique hop flavor and aroma profiles.

  • Bitterness: 100+ IBUs
  • Alcohol by Volume: 9.5%
  • Color: Pale Gold

Availability: Early to Mid Sumer

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Daytonian Rhapsody™

This Bohemian (Czech) Pilsner is not only a tribute to a great Queen song, it’s also a tribute to George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” and of course, the GREAT city of Dayton, Ohio. We brew it with authentic Bohemian Pilsner malt and Czech Saaz hops. Expect moderate hoppiness backed by a smooth, slightly grainy malt profile.

  • Bitterness: 34 IBUs (medium)
  • Alcohol by Volume: 5.5%
  • Color: Yellow

Availability: Late Summer

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Oktoberfest

Our version of this classic German style features a malty, slightly toasty profile with a hint of caramel. Brewed as a traditional lager, we use all four ‘noble’ hop varieties (Hallertau, Spalter, Saaz & Tettnang) to balance out the intense maltiness. Prost!

  • Bitterness: 23 IBUs (low)
  • Alcohol by Volume: 5.5%
  • Color: Amber

Availability: Early Fall

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Holy Cacao™

Smooth, dark and rich. Made with milk sugar (lactose) and real cocao (ke-kau) nibs from Ecuador. Has notes of coffee, dark chocolate and a slight sweetness that lingers in the finish. This is our “anti-Christmas Beer” beer. Perfect for a cozy Winter night in front of a warm fire.

  • Bitterness: 34 IBUs (medium)
  • Alcohol by Volume: 5%
  • Color: Dark Brown

Availability: Early-Mid Winter

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Orca™

The perfect beer for a frigid day, our late-Winter seasonal packs loads of malt complexity. Made with real molasses and a variety of dark and roasted malts, you’ll get tones of chocolate, coffee, burnt sugar and raisin. Be careful though, just like the animal it’s named after, Orca is strong and powerful.

  • Bitterness: 53 IBUs (medium-high)
  • Alcohol by Volume: 9%
  • Color: Black

Availability: Mid to Late Winter

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Good Day Sunshine

A traditional German wheat beer made with authentic German wheat and pilsner malt. Special yeast gives this beer its characteristic clove/banana flavors and aromas. The wheat lends to a grainy and somewhat dry malt profile.

  • Bitterness: 14 IBUs (low)
  • Alcohol by Volume: 4.5%
  • Color: Cloudy Yellow

Availability: Early Spring

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Slapshot™

Celebrate hockey (the greatest sport ever invented) with our version of a Maibock, a malty German-style lager brewed early in the year and enjoyed in May. Expect notes of light caramel and raisin, with undertones of honey. The moderate bitterness (from German Perle and Hersbrucker hops) leads to a crisp, clean, lager-like finish. Oh, and by the way, “Bock” means “billy goat” in certain German dialects.

  • Bitterness: 31 IBUs (medium)
  • Alcohol: 6.9%
  • Color: Light Gold

Availability: Late Spring