CINCINNATI — Urban Artifact, Cincinnati-based craft brewer and “wild culture” expert, today announced the release of Operation Plowshare, a Midwest Fruit Tart with a copious amount of real blackberries.
Urban Artifact utilizes only whole fruit and fresh spices to flavor beers. They make no exception with their line of beers named Midwest Fruit Tarts. The newest in the Midwest Fruit Tart series is Operation Plowshare which shines with decadent blackberries.
“We originally released this beer over a year ago and the reception was phenomenal. It might be the beer we get asked about the most in the taproom, so we are incredibly excited to get this beer into cans,” explained Scotty Hunter.
Operation Plowshare is set to release the week of November 6th, on draft and in cans. It will go on sale at better beer retailers across Ohio and Northern Kentucky. The Urban Artifact taproom release is Tuesday, November 7th starting at 4 pm.
About Urban Artifact
Urban Artifact celebrates “Wild Culture”, both by the beers they artfully craft and the experiences they create in their taproom. Focusing on wild beers, as well as bringing the best in local entertainment to their performance space, Urban Artifact strives to be a destination for the Northside neighborhood and Cincinnati as a whole. Located on Blue Rock Street in the former St. Patrick’s church, Urban Artifact is comprised of partners Scott Hand, Bret Kollmann Baker, and Scotty Hunter.