Nick Moeller, founder of Moeller Brew Barn, told Troy Main Street that he’s excited about the expansion of his brewery’s brand.
“We'll get to build our brewing expertise, continue to foster creativity for new products, and offer even more fresh local craft beer,” Moeller said.
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The Mercer County brewery is part of a national and local craft-brewery surge that began in the early part of this decade and now includes about 15 breweries in the greater Dayton region, with more in the works. Since the surge began, no Dayton-area breweries have closed, and nearly all have expanded, some dramatically, or have added new, larger locations.
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Moeller Brew Barn lists 13 beers on its web site, including Dirt Track Kolsch, Honeywagon IPA, Blackberry Prarie Wheat and Wally Post Red, a tribute to a legendary Cincinnati Reds baseball player.
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