Cincinnati is a beer-drinking city. At one point in our city’s history, the average Cincinnatian consumed two-and-a-half times more beer than other citizens in the country. Cincinnati also has one of the largest numbers of pre-Prohibition-era breweries in the U.S.
Our city has such a strong connection to beer that the Betts House is opening an art exhibit called Bricks, Barrel Vaults & Beer: The Architectural Legacy of Cincinnati Breweries.
Through Feb. 27. $2. Betts House, 416 Clark St., West End, 513-651-0734, thebettshouse.org.