Events and News!
First Four Pours
MONDAY, MARCH 13th – SUNDAY, MARCH 19th
All this week FSB becomes For Sure, Basketball all tournament long. And to help Dayton get its Hoopla on, we’re bringing back our original lineup. Get a flight of all four (Ramona, Ice Breaker, Cure-All Cream, and Deluge) for just $5. Then vote for your favorite. It’s that simple!
Loyalty Tapping – Wednesday, March 15th
Join Member-Owner Helen Goad this Wednesday at 6 p.m. for a loyalty tapping! She will tap a keg of FSB’s very own Ice Breaker IPA. Pours will be $1 off during this loyalty tapping. Thanks for your patronage and loyalty, Helen! #iownabrewpub
You may be wondering, “Hey, how can I do a loyalty tapping?” and that is a great question! As a member-owner of Fifth Street Brewpub Co-op, every dollar you spend equals one loyalty point. At 150 points you can earn a penny beer (because it’s against the law to give away “free” beer). 300 points earns a free food special. Earn 400 points and you’ll get a $15 FSB gift certificate. The loyalty tapping is available at 600 points. The points are tracked using your membership card, so make sure you bring your card when you visit.
Open Early – Thursday, March 16th
Kick of the first full day of March Madness at FSB. We will open at 11 a.m. serving drinks and cold appetizers. Games start at 12:15 p.m. with Notre Dame vs. Princeton. Full kitchen service will begin at 4 p.m.
St. Patrick’s Day and UD Flyers Game – Friday, March 17th
It should be a colorful evening at FSB this Friday. Feel free to mix your St. Patrick’s Day green with Flyers red and blue because we’re celebrating both. Honor St. Patrick with a pint of RyRish, FSB’s dry Irish Stout. Sip on an Irish Whiskey cocktail. Feast on corned beef and cabbage. Dancers from the Celtic Academy of Irish Dance will be here to get your heart racing with a few jigs at 5 p.m. Then, cheer on the seventh-ranked Dayton Flyers as they take on the tenth-ranked Wichita State Shockers at 7:10 p.m.
Kick the Keg and Growler Fill-Up Wednesday!
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15th
Getting over Hump Day just got a little easier, and a lot more fun, thanks to Kick the Keg and Growler Fill-Up Specials at FSB!
Check Facebook every Wednesday & see what Keg we’re kicking. $3 pints while supplies last.
Brunch with Benefits
SUNDAY, MARCH 19th
Our Guest Bartender program started all the way back in November 2013. We’ve had hundreds of different guest bartenders slinging beers and have raised tens of thousands of dollars for local charitable organizations. In fact, the program is so popular that we are completely booked for 2017 and even have dates reserved for 2018. This is huge, guys.
So huge, in fact, that we’ve expanded the program! This Sunday will be the inaugural Brunch with Benefits with Val Beerbower raising money for the AIDS Walk. We’ll offer another opportunity for Guest Bartenders to step behind the bar and raise money for their charities on the first and third Sunday of each month from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. As with the Monday Guest Bartender Program, Brunch with Benefits will raise money in three ways: 5% of our net sales for that time period, 100% of donations collected in tip jars, and $1 from each selected FSB beer sold.
If you are interested in participating in the Brunch with Benefits program, please contact us at email@example.com.
Brunch Has Arrived at Fifth Street Brewpub!
SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS 10am – 2pm
Now you can wake up to our delicious pub-inspired brunch menu and hand-crafted beer & cocktails every weekend from 10am to 2pm!
Fifth Street Brewpub is proud to announce our new Brunch Menu and our new hours (opening at 10am both Saturday and Sunday). Our regular menu will be available all day.
Click here to see our brunch menu.
Date Your Beer – All Month Long!
Don’t have a date for Valentine’s Day? No problem. Allow FSB to re-introduce you to some eligible brews to keep you warm this February.
FSB Beer Release: Mon Cheri Amor American
Fifth Street Brewpub releases Darren’s latest creation, just in time for Valentine’s Day (or Galentine’s Day if you choose to celebrate the Leslie Knope holiday with your favorite gal pals). Mon Cheri Amor is a 6.5% ABV American Wild Sour composed of 50% barrel-aged Oud Bruin and 50% Belgian Dark Strong conditioned on tart cherries with an oak and cherry nose. Experience the complex flavors of barrel, fruit, and malt sweetness.
Our New Menu is Ready!
We are very excited to debut our new menu.
Chef Brandon has added some tasty options to our menu such as Co-Op Cheese Curds, Spinach Artichoke Beef & Rice, and Bananas Foster Waffle, just to name a few.
Click here to view our new menu or download a pdf.
FSB Board of Directors Election Results
The Board of Directors would like to thank those who made it out to our 5th Annual Members’ Assembly on Sunday. We had some good questions from the audience and elected four members to the Board. We also said goodbye to Board members Tony Griffin, Kitt Lurie, and George Shaw.
The four members elected to the Board of Directors are:
Kris Kropff (incumbent)
The membership also voted to approve the proposed changes to our bylaws.
Make sure you say hello to our new Board members next time you see them at the brewpub. Also, a big thanks to the volunteers who made the event go smoothly!
The Results of FSB’s 2nd Annual Homebrewing Competition Are Ready…
This spring we held our second annual Homebrewing Competition. We had a lot of really great entries, but there can only be two winners. Please join us in congratulating our talented Member-Owner Homebrewers!
Overall winner: Todd Greiner – American Amber
Brewmaster’s Choice winner: Larry Hutson – Imperial Oak Stout
Todd’s American Amber will be brewed and tapped soon. Stay tuned to your Ale Mail and FSB’s social media accounts for more information. Larry Hutson’s Imperial Oak Stout will be brewed and released this winter.
Thank you to all of our participants and judges!
Fifth Street Brewpub Brings Home the GOLD!!
Congratulations to our brewmaster Darren Link and his brewing team. Fifth Street Brewpub was awarded more medals than any other Ohio brewery in the 2016 U.S. Open Beer Championship!
FSB received two gold medals and one bronze medal. Gold was awarded to Jo-Jo’s Midnight Stout in the American Stout category, and for BA Scottish Reign in the Wood/Barrel-Aged Strong Scotch category, as well as a bronze medal for its Coffee Kolsch in the Coffee Beer category.
Little Free Library Now at FSB
There are nearly 40,000 @LittleFreeLibrary book exchanges around the world, and we’ve partnered with MCBDDS Kuntz Center to bring one to FSB! Little Free Libraries build a sense of community by sharing skills, creativity, and wisdom across generations. We’re building a community one beer at a time. Now we can build one book at a time! #bookandapint #pubbook
Have Growlers, Will Fill
New Member Benefit: Growler fills on most FSB beers are now $15 for member-owners (Euro Sipper and Jo Jo’s Midnight Stout are $16) and $12 every Wednesday and Sunday!
Guess which biergarten made the 13 Kickass Patios in the Dayton Area article?
Check out the Fifth Street Brewpub’s outdoor write up and check out 12 other great local patios:
23 Best Things to Do in Dayton, Ohio!Photo courtesy of PatriciaElaineThomas – Fotolia.com
VacationIdea Magazine has a fantastic list of things to do in Dayton and Fifth Street Brewpub made the grade! Check out their exciting list featuring a diverse choice of museums, attractions, beautiful parks and a vibrant performing arts scene.
Check out this short movie clip about Fifth Street Brewpub!
Check out this video clip on FSB. It was filmed by Jack Storey, good friend of Founding Member and Vice President of the Board Tony Clark, for his documentary “Red White and Blueprints.” The documentary is about how groups of ordinary people are rebuilding cities. Due to scheduling issues, this clip didn’t make it to final production in time, but you can catch it right here!
Fifth Street Brewpub & Mission of Mary: Cooperation in Action
Your coop is proud to announce our partnership with Mission of Mary Cooperative!
Fifth Street Brewpub is donating spent grains from our brewing process to Mission of Mary. Spent grains are a by-product of the brewing process, leftover husks and grain particles rich in nitrogen and completely biodegradable. Once mixed with grass clippings and leaves they produce a nutrient-rich compost perfect for growing fruits and vegetables.