Bad Tom Smith Brewing is, and has always been, about potential. There is the potential to make great beer, the potential to share an interesting story, and the potential to bring out the best in the people who work for the company and those who come in to the taproom and enjoy themselves.
Bad Tom Smith Brewing is in the buildout phase and aims to open in September in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood. The West 25th Street location is adjacent to Orale Contemporary Mexican Kitchen.
WTAM’s Bill Wills and I talk beer each week on a 5-minute podcast on 1100-AM. This week we cover a brewery that has just opened (Saucy Brew Works) and one that is planning to open in September (Bad Tom Smith Brewing).
Bad Tom, based in Cincinnati, had planned to open around Memorial Day, but “early September” appears to be the new target. A contractor should be in the building this week, Vojtush said. The space is catty-corner from Nano Brew and is in the heart of one of the healthiest craft-beer neighborhoods in Northeast Ohio.
The Bad Tom Smith that the brewery is named after lived a terrible life, until the very end when he repented and turned to God. The Bad Tom Smith that we are all familiar with today (The Brewery) is living a life of redemption… of using the past to grow who you will become in the future – much in the same way that Bad Tom was trying to do at the gallows.
Bad Tom Smith Brewing is a Cincinnati brewery named after the infamous Kentucky outlaw. And it’s been pouring one bad ass beer in a glass on the edge of Linwood for years. In August 2015, the brewery held a re-opening of its taproom. For those who like to drink beer in the sunshine, not to worry, they have an outdoor patio as well.
ADDRESS: 4720 Eastern Avenue, Cincinnati OH, 45226
Ohio City’s brewery population will increase this spring, with the addition of Bad Tom Smith Brewing‘s taproom. The Cincinnati-based brewery – whose slogan is “bad ass in a glass” – aims to open at 1836 W. 25th Street, caddy-corner from Nano Brew and near Old Angle Tavern. It is renovating the 2,220-square-foot space that formerly […]
Bill Wills of WTAM and I catch up on beer news each week. This week we cover news about Great Lakes Brewing Co., Bad Tom Smith Brewing and Devils Backbone Brewing Co.
The Bad Ass Beer Club, which costs $79, affords members a chance to get $3 pints at its Cincinnati and — when it opens — Cleveland taproom in May 2017.