The Cincinnati brewery and tap room take you back to the late 1800’s, when Bad Tom Smith ruled Eastern Kentucky, with a cozy vibe, built for conversations, good times, and great beer.
Eighteen taps provide Bad Tom Smith’s full portfolio of beers including seasonal’s, collaboration and single batch brews from our Ohio City Brew team. Bad Tom Smith Bourbon, other high end bourbons, cocktails, wine and other spirits will being being poured in early 2020.
Our tap room seats over a 100 with our bar seating 20 and our lounge includes comfortable group seating, a dart board and a variety of games. Three TVs provide patrons with something to view, along with a 120 year old bank vault.
But the best part of the taproom will be the people. Patrons love that the Cincinnati taproom has the neighborhood bar feel, and the staff loves that they can connect personally with the patrons.
“That’s what’s really important, the patron having a direct connection to the people serving the beer,” said John Vojtush, managing partner of Bad Tom Smith. “How often do you get to share something with someone who makes the beer or can tell you something extra about the beer? Our people, from brewers to managers to servers, will all bring a perspective and an energy that will be imparted to the patrons, and create a synergy between them.”
“The story of Bad Tom Smith, the outlaw, is a story of redemption, ultimately, and that’s a great story,” Vojtush added. “We want to always have a story to tell – and to create – in our taprooms!”
Come by our Cincinnati brewery and taproom and listen to our story, or share yours with us. Even better, come in for a beer and let’s make a new story together!