Saturday, March 2 and Sunday, March 3, 2013
The Brewery District CURC is proud to present their popular “Prohibition Resistance Tour”. This walking tour explores Cincinnati’s unique brewing heritage, both above and below ground.
We’ll visit three different pre-Prohibition brewing spaces, including lagering cellars and tunnels deep below the city streets. Some of Cincinnati’s beer barons will be on hand to discuss the importance of Over-the-Rhine’s brewing heritage, before ending at Bockfest Hall for further Bockfest festivities!
The tour includes four 19th century churches (St. Francis Seraph, First Lutheran, Nast Trinity, and Prince of Peace) located in historic Over-the-Rhine: some of Cincinnati’s oldest houses of worship. Each church features stunning architecture – some with stained glass windows built in the early 19th century. Tours will be lead by the award-winning guides from American Legacy Tours. Please note that it is a walking tour. Tickets are $20, and tour times will be 2P and 2:45P starting from Bockfest Hall.