What Makes Fibonacci Brewing Special?
Aside from the geekiness of the tie in with the Fibonacci sequence, which is fun enough as it is… the Fibonacci brewing company is the second of what I expect will be several Nano scale breweries in the Cincinnati area. A nano-brewery has it’s own challenges, but enables the brewery to experiment with ideas that a larger scale operation would have difficulty doing. Due to their size…or lack of size, Fibonacci expects to focus on growler fills and on-premise consumption, much like their nano-brothers DogBerry out in West Chester. Fibonacci has goals to use as many ingredients, and products, as they can locally to become part of a new growth in their community of Mt. Healthy.
The brewery space is the former Felss Florist Shop. The brewery is still being tight-lipped on what some of the details of the space are going to look like. What we currently know for sure is that it’s a small taproom (Somewhere around 1100 square feet) occupies the upstairs, while the brewery space will occupy the basement of the building. The theme is basically the meeting of math and science with beer, and brewing. The Fibonacci sequence is all around us in beer brewing, and I can’t wait to see that come to life in the space.
Bob Bollas will be brewing on his one barrel system and the beers will be ‘eclectic’. Time will tell how they are able to incorporate local, fresh ingredients into their beers. Suffice to say, they will try to cater to their community’s desires while educating them on craft beer, and expanding palates.