Craft beer is the new black, and The Casual Pint hopes to be the “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” for craft beer lovers in Cincinnati.
Currently only found in Tennessee, The Casual Pint plans to hop (yes, pun intended) into the Queen City during third quarter 2015. According to owner Nathan Robinette, The Casual Pint is his adult version of the dream he’s had since he was in high school – to be an entrepreneur and own his own business called “Nate Dog’s.”
Although the name has changed, it’s still a dream come true for Robinette. “The Casual Pint is a craft beer market that focuses on the retail sales of local, national and internationals brews through growlers, single bottles, pre-made and create your own 6-packs,” he explains.
Beer aficionados will love the dedicated bar area and ever-changing 22-tap wall. Additionally, there will be a small-plate menu that features items like flat breads, brats, soft pretzels and chickens wings.
Robinette says that his inspiration comes from his professional background in the grocery business and his enthusiasm for craft beers. It was back in 2011 when he launched the business after seeing an opportunity to grow a unique business surrounding the craft beer culture. Now, it’s the fastest-growing franchise in the craft beer industry.
Mark and Jocelyn Brodd who will own the Cincinnati franchise and their daughter, Jillian King, will be the Managing Partner and work in the store on the daily basis.
It’s the vibrant craft beer scene in Cincinnati that encouraged Robinette to bring the business outside of Tennessee. “The Queen City is a beer-friendly community,” he says. “The store is dedicated to sharing the craft beer experience in neighborhoods one pint, one growler and one person at a time,”
While they all share the same mission, all of the stores have their own different and exclusive brews, and the Cincinnati store won’t be any different. You’ll find several local and regional beers at The Casual Pint.
To learn more about The Casual Pint, check out www.casualpintfranchise.com.