The Miller's Table

Congratulations to Cincinnati's own Mad Tree Brewing for being counted among the five fastest growing artisanal breweries in the United States.  With distribution in 51 counties (48 in Ohio and 3 in Kentucky), they have seen their barrel production go from 2,800 barrels to an expected 20,000 this year.  

In an interview with Graham Winfrey of Inc., founder Kenny McNutt says:

"We don't necessarily produce beers according to style," ... "We produce beers according to what flavor profiles we're looking for."

For example, the company's Happy Amber is hoppier than a standard amber, its Gnarly Brown tastes like a mix between a brown ale and a porter, and its Identity Crisis beer almost defies categorization. "We named it Identity Crisis for a reason," McNutt says. "It's somewhere between a Cascadian dark ale, a hoppy porter and a black IPA."

Whatever they are doing, they are doing right.  To read the entire article from Inc., and to check out the other four fastest-growing artisanl breweries, click here.


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