It takes me about an hour to get from my doorstep to the barstool at Sons of Toil, but the drive is a really small price to pay for a brewery that is doing what they are doing. They’ve captured a laid back “country” vibe that is genuine, relaxing, and exactly what we all need from time to time. When you couple that up with some absolutely awesome beer? Well… it could be a three hour drive and it would be worth it.

I sat down with owners Dave and John along with their head brewer Nate to figure out how it all comes together, and where some of the inspiration comes from. We get into their histories, and how they decided to start a brewery in Mt. Orab, and even got a few sneak peeks at what might be in store for the brewery in the coming years.

If you’ve never been out to the brewery – it’s 100% time that you remedy that! This show will certainly make you craft a few beers sitting out in their backyard.

As always, this show is brought to you by people like you – I’m so, so grateful for all the folks who support what I do and make it possible every month – if you want to know more, or you might want to spend a couple bucks each month to help out, head over here to do just that! I have to give a special shoutout to this month’s sponsor level backer, Bret Kollmann Baker, who as I hope you’re aware is from Urban Artifact. They’re doing some really spectacular stuff over there, and you should show them some love, too. You can get onto their website and order beer now, to have it delivered right to your doorstep – it changes the game, for sure!

3 thoughts on “Volume 7, Episode 8 – The Long Drive To Sons of Toil is SO Worth It!”

  1. Ah that’s why their beer keeps getting more expensive, and the country vibe has left, city yuppies coming from all over.

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