1429 Race St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Sun: 11:30am - 9:00pm
Mon - Weds: 11:30am - 10:00pm
Thurs: 11:30am - 11:00pm
Fri - Sat: 11:30am - 12:00am
Ale House Tour

Upcoming Events

June 24

Happy Hour

Join us for happy hour at the Ale House from 2-5pm Monday – Thursday each week.

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June 24

Trivia Night

Join us tonight for Last Call Trivia in Nellie’s Tap Room! Teams of up to 8 will be competing for gift cards: 1st place-$30 gift card 2nd place-$20 gift card 3rd place-$10 gift card And from 8-10 PM during Monday Trivia Nights, you can enjoy: two sliders and a beer for $10.

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June 25

Taft’s Tuesdays

Enjoy Half-Price Pints & Growler Fills ALL DAY by wearing any Brewery or Beer Apparel. Don’t have any threads? Stop-n-shop in Nellie’s Tap Room to pick up your gear!

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June 25

Happy Hour

Join us for happy hour at the Ale House from 2-5pm Monday – Thursday each week.

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June 25

Tarot Card Readings

Due to popular demand, Tarot by Tonyana is back in Nellie’s Tap Room to give you your individual tarot card reading. Tarot cards are a deck of 78 cards, each with it’s own imagery, symbolism and story. Tarot readings are intended to arm you with additional information and guidance outside of your knowledge to make […]

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The Bell Tolls for Brew

Constructed in 1850 amidst the burgeoning Over-the-Rhine brewing industry, St. Paul’s Evangelical Church was once the oldest protestant parish in the Queen City. Young Billy Taft may have even sauntered past, his cheeks still stained with gooseberry pie. Unbeknownst to him, this structure would carry on his own legacy.

Young Billy would go onto become Supreme Court Chief Justice, Yale Bonesman, and 27th US President,William Howard Taft. He was a collegiate heavyweight-wrestling champion, could bury a two-seam fastball through the backside of a catcher’s mitt, and made the most brazen ham tremble with a single glance. Our city was without its fabled folk hero for too long, but at last the mythos of Big Billy has been restored.

The legend of Cincinnati’s prodigal son lives on inside the hallowed halls of Taft’s Ale House. Join your fellow compatriots, hand-in-handle, as we toast flawless libations, feast on fine fare, and renew a national pastime of united tomfoolery in the pursuit of muddled happiness.

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