Beers


For the convenience of our customers, Fibonacci Brewing Company offers both on-site tastings as well as growlers to go. Our Foundational Series features our 4 year-round offerings. In addition, we have numerous seasonal brews on a rotating basis.

Foundational Series
Tollhouse

The Tollhouse (American Stout) ABV-7.9% IBU-49
Description: Jet black color with moderate bitterness. Strong roasted coffee flavor and aroma with hints of chocolate.
Origin: The Toll House Gang gathered around the old toll house to swap stories, share a cup of coffee, and keep Mt Healthy’s past alive. Frank Stout was a prominent figure of the Toll House Gang (hence the name of the beer) and has many relatives still in and around the Mt Healthy area.

Fermentables: US Pale Malt, Maris Otter Pale Malt, Belgian Pale Malt, Roasted Barley, Black Malt, Chocolate Malt, Cara-Pils, Crystal Malt 120L
Bittering Hops: Northern Brewer
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Northern Brewer
Yeast: California Ale WLP001

EarthDaisy

Earth Daisy (Double IPA) ABV-8.9% IBU-89
Description: Reddish amber color with high bitterness. Rich malt flavor with hints of caramel and a slight peppery finish. The earthy, piney aroma balances the sweet malt backbone.
Origin: Daisy Jones, Garden editor for the Cincinnati Post and Time-Star, wrote her popular column “Down to Earth” for 30 years. She had tie-ins with the Mt Healthy Garden Club. We wanted to use “Down to Earth” as the name of the Imperial IPA but it’s already used by 21st Amendment Brewery. Therefore, we combined her column and name to come up with “Earth Daisy”.

Fermentables: US Pale Malt, Crystal Malt 120L, Victory Malt, Belgian Candi Sugar
Bittering Hops: Columbus
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Simcoe, Centenniel, Crystal
Dry Hops: Simcoe, Centenniel, Columbus
Yeast: San Diego Ale WLP090

Dummy

Dummy Tripel (Belgian Tripel) ABV-8.9% IBU-49
Description: Bright gold color with little bitterness. A big, dense, creamy head with a full mouthfeel. Slightly fruity with a sweet finish.
Origin: William Ellsworth “Dummy” Hoy played 14 seasons of professional baseball (some for the Reds). He once threw out 3 players at home in one game (hence the name of the beer … 3 ~ triple ~ tripel). Although since matched by others, it is still a record. Upon retirement from baseball, Dummy Hoy and his wife Anna Marie operated a dairy farm in Mt Healthy.

Fermentables: German Pilsner Malt, Aromatic Malt, Biscuit Malt, Belgian Candi Sugar
Bittering Hops: Styrian Celeia
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Hallertauer, Tettnang, Saaz
Yeast: Abbey Ale WLP530

Oberhausen

Oberhausen (Kölsch) ABV-5.6% IBU-20
Description: Very pale color with medium bitterness. Somewhat vinous (grape-like) with a dry finish.
Origin: Between 1841 and 1847 twelve families moved from the Wuhl and Oberhausen areas of Germany to Mt Healthy. The origin was from Castle Oberhausen which also became a railway station.

Fermentables: German Pilsner Malt, Vienna Malt
Bittering Hops: Hallertauer
Yeast: Kolsch WLP029

Seasonals (last updated 06.21.2017)
* currently on tap
+ coming soon
MulberryGrove

+ Mulberry Grove (Sour Ale w/ Mulberries) ABV-5.4% IBU-40
Description: Dark burgundy in color with a tart dry finish. In addition to the color, the mulberries impart a distinct berry flavor to balance this crisp tart beverage.
Origin: Charles Cheney’s farm (and his Mulberry Grove) is perhaps the most historically significant location in the history of Mt Healthy, serving as a major waystation on the Underground Railroad. In celebration of Mt Healthy’s bicentennial anniversary this year, we bring you the most locally sourced beer we’ve made so far. The entire community gathered at our brewery in Mt Healthy on June 4th, 2017 to bring in mulberries they harvested from our community. We welcomed our mulberry-gathering patrons with a free cookout for their efforts. All-in-all over 75 lbs of mulberries were gathered in our community and used to create this truly community inspired beer. To add to the collaborative efforts, we used soured wort from Urban Artifact to create our first sour beer. The results speak volumes for what can be accomplished when individuals and organizations voluntarily collaborate and share knowledge.

Fermentables: Urban Artifact’s Secret
Bittering Hops: Urban Artifact’s Secret
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Urban Artifact’s Secret
Yeast: California Ale WLP001

DarwinsDelight

* Darwin’s Delight (English Mild w/ Earl Gray Tea) ABV-4.0% IBU-24
Description: Dark amber in color with a balanced malt sweetness of caramel and figs infused with Earl Gray tea. It has a creamy body and a slightly sweet peppery finish from the oil of bergamot found in the Earl Gray tea.
Origin: This is the fifth of our employee collaboration beers and is the creation of Jenny Hilgefort. Things are always evolving at Fibonacci. We take great pride in brewing beers with a higher than normal alcohol content. However, it was time to finally create a truly session-able beer. Thus, the birth of Darwin’s Delight … an homage to our appreciation of science and using non-traditional ingredients in our beers. For a beer with such a low alcohol content, this beer packs quite the flavor punch!

Fermentables: Maris Otter Pale Malt, Crystal Malt 60L, Chocolate Malt
Bittering Hops: Fuggles
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Fuggles
Yeast: British Ale WLP005

Lutra

* Lutra (Extra Special Bitter) ABV-6.0% IBU-40
Description: Light amber in color with a balanced flavor of malt sweetness and hop bitterness. It has a medium body and a slightly dry finish.
Origin: The fourth of our employee collaboration beers, this offering is the creation of Adam Hunt. This beer is named after the base malt used in production, Maris Otter. Lutra, the scientific name for the Eurasian otter, demonstrates an easy drinkability. This beverage is playful and appears to aid in the engagement of various behaviors for sheer enjoyment, much like otters who create slides into the water just for fun. European otters must consume 15% of their body weight each day, but it may not be best to try that with this beer. The European otter is endangered, so please drink responsibly.

Fermentables: Maris Otter Pale Malt, Crystal Malt 60L, Crystal Malt 120L
Bittering Hops: Challenger
Flavor/Aroma Hops: East Kent Goldings
Yeast: British Ale WLP005

Avus

+ Avus (Saison – Farmhouse Ale) ABV-5.1% IBU-18
Description: Saison Farmhouse ale. Pale orange color with a fruity finish from the yeasty esters.
Origin: The third of our employee collaboration beers, this offering is the creation of Justin Chaney, aka PeePaw. The name “Avus” is Latin for “grandfather”. Hence this beer roughly translates to “PeePaw’s Farmhouse Ale”.

Fermentables: German Pilsner Malt, Cara-Pils, Crystal Malt 10L
Bittering Hops: Saaz
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Saaz
Yeast: Belgian Saison I WLP565

Galacto, Brute?

* Galacto, Brute? (Nut Brown w/ Lactose) ABV-6.0% IBU-23
Description: Nut Brown Ale loaded with lactose. Dark Brown with a semi-sweet finish from the lactose addition.
Origin: The second of our employee collaboration beers, this offering is the creation of Kurt Hilgefort. The name “Galacto, Brute?” is a double entendre. “Galacto” is shortened from “galactose”, one of the components of lactose, and “Brute” is the Italian plural form of “brutus”, the infamous mascot nut of THE Ohio State Buckeyes. It is also a play on “Et tu, Brute?” from the play Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare.

Fermentables: US Pale Malt, Victory Malt, Lactose, Crystal Malt 120L, Brown Malt, Chocolate Malt, Cara-Pils
Bittering Hops: East Kent Goldings
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Fuggles
Yeast: British Ale WLP005

SuSe IPA

+ SuSe (Belgian IPA) ABV-5.9% IBU-83
Description: An American-style IPA loaded with Citra hops. Orangish in color with a slightly sweet and peppery finish from the Belgian Saison yeast.
Origin: The first of our employee collaboration beers, this offering is the creation of Chris Neumann. The name SuSe derives from “Super Secret”, Chris’s original idea to keep the concept of the beer secret from everyone. SuSE, the name of a Linux distro, is widely regarded as the best Linux enterprise server, and thus, the tie-in to our theme of naming beers after math and/or science concepts.

Fermentables: US Pale Malt, Crystal Malt 40L, Cara-Pils
Bittering Hops: Citra
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Citra
Yeast: Belgian Saison I WLP565

Tollhouse Mentha

The Tollhouse Mentha (Chocolate Peppermint Stout) ABV-7.9% IBU-49
Description: The same base recipe as The Tollhouse infused with peppermint and creme de cacoa. This is like a York® Peppermint Pattie in liquid form.
Origin: The name Mentha comes from the genus of plants in the mint family.

Fermentables: US Pale Malt, Maris Otter Pale Malt, Belgian Pale Malt, Roasted Barley, Black Malt, Chocolate Malt, Cara-Pils, Crystal Malt 120L
Bittering Hops: Northern Brewer
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Northern Brewer
Yeast: California Ale WLP001
Miscellaneous: Peppermint and Creme de Cocoa

Pepo Acer

Pepo Acer (Pumpkin Porter with Maple Bacon Donuts) ABV-6.0% IBU-29
Description: Dark brown porter brewed with pumpkins and spices. Aged with Maple and Bacon donuts from Holtman’s Donut’s.
Origin: The name Pepo comes from the scientific name for pumpkins which is cucurbita pepo also known as summer squash. Acer is the genus of trees and shrubs to which the maple tree belongs.

Fermentables: US Pale Malt, Crystal Malt 120L, Chocolate Malt, Roasted Barley
Bittering Hops: Cascade
Yeast: California Ale WLP001
Miscellaneous: Fresh Pumpkin, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Allspice, and Maple Bacon Donuts

HuLu

HuLu (Fresh Hop IPA) ABV-5.4% IBU-89
Description: Pale yellow color, dominated by fresh hops in all phases … bitterness (earthy and citrusy especially grapefruit), flavor and aroma (spicy and citrusy with hints of pine). There is no malt backbone to this. It is a true homage to the hop!
Origin: “HuLu” is our abbreviated term for “Humulus Lupulus”, the scientific species for the flowering plants we commonly know as hops. We put a ton of hops into this beer. OK, officially only 11 lbs … so .0055 tons. However, 11 lbs of hops in 2 barrels is ridiculous! Almost all of the hops (with the exception of the 1 lb of Amarillo at the end of the boil) are from fresh hops supplied by Old Dutch Hops located in Hillsboro, OH. So what exactly does it mean to be a Fresh (or Wet) Hop Ale? That means the hops were picked fresh in the morning and we brewed/dry-hopped with them the same day they were picked! It truly doesn’t get any fresher than this!

Fermentables: US Pale Malt, Maris Otter Pale Malt, Cara-Pils, Crystal Malt 40L
Bittering Hops: Columbus (Fresh Hops)
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Amarillo
Dry Hops: Cascade (Fresh Hops), Chinook (Fresh Hops)
Yeast: California Ale WLP001

Summer

Estivus (Summer Wheat Ale with Lemon Zest and Grains of Paradise) ABV-5.5% IBU-33
Description: Hazy pale yellow color, accented with lemon zest and grains of paradise. The grains of paradise impart a cardamom-like flavor with a slight peppery finish.
Origin: “Aestivus Estivus” is Latin for “Pertaining to Summer”. We put so much summer into this beer that we couldn’t resist simply naming it summer. Yes, we know that “Aestivus” is the term for “Summer” in Latin … however, we chose “Estivus” in an attempt to make it easier to pronounce.

Fermentables: German Pilsner Malt, White Wheat Malt, Flaked Wheat, Cara-Pils
Bittering Hops: Tettnang
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Tettnang
Yeast: California Ale WLP001
Miscellaneous: Lemon Zest, Grains of Paradise

Irish

+ The Noid (Irish Red with Honey) ABV-5.6% IBU-28
Description: Deep red color, taste dominated by the sweet melanoidin malt and honey. The melanoidin malt has flavorful notes of honey and biscuit.
Origin: The Noid is derived from the melaNOIDin malt used in grain bill. Melanoidin malt gets it name from the melanoidins, which are the polymers formed when sugars and amino acids combine (through the Maillard reaction) at high temperatures and low water activity.

Fermentables: US Pale Malt, Crystal Malt 120L, Cara-Pils, Melanoidin Malt
Bittering Hops: Crystal
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Cascade
Yeast: Irish Ale WLP004
Miscellaneous: Honey

Ginger

Lemon Zingibeer (Pale Ale with Fresh Ginger) ABV-5.1% IBU-31
Description: Orangish gold color, moderately hopped pale ale with lemony flavor and aroma. Ginger added after primary fermentation complements the lemon characteristics for a truly refreshing spring beverage.
Origin: The scientific genus for ginger is zingiber. Coupled with the lemony flavor and aroma from Centenniel and Sorachi Ace hops, gives us our namesake, Lemon Zingibeer.

Fermentables: US Pale Malt, Maris Otter Pale Malt, Belgian Pale Malt
Bittering Hops: Centenniel
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Centenniel, Sorachi Ace
Yeast: California Ale WLP001
Miscellaneous: Fresh Ginger

Tollhouse

* The Tollhouse Caps (Pepper Stout) ABV-7.9% IBU-49
Description: The same base recipe as The Tollhouse infused with Carolina Reaper peppers, the hottest chili peppers in the world. Not for the faint of heart.
Origin: The name Caps comes from the term Capsaicin (the active ingredient in chili peppers that causes them to be “hot”) and Capsicum (the genus to which all chili peppers belong). We source our Carolina Reapers from some local urban gardeners who dehydrate the peppers and then turn it into powder.

Fermentables: US Pale Malt, Maris Otter Pale Malt, Belgian Pale Malt, Roasted Barley, Black Malt, Chocolate Malt, Cara-Pils, Crystal Malt 120L
Bittering Hops: Northern Brewer
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Northern Brewer
Yeast: California Ale WLP001
Miscellaneous: Carolina Reaper Peppers

Tollhouse

The Tollhouse Rubia (Coffee Stout) ABV-7.9% IBU-49
Description: The same base recipe as The Tollhouse infused with a cold press coffee. We utilize a cold press coffee to maximize the sweet coffee aroma and flavor while minimizing the harsh bitter tannins typically associated with hot brewed coffee.
Origin: The name Rubia comes from the scientific family Rubiaceae to which all coffee plants belong. We source our coffee beans from Deeper Roots located just up the street from us in Mt Healthy, OH.

Fermentables: US Pale Malt, Maris Otter Pale Malt, Belgian Pale Malt, Roasted Barley, Black Malt, Chocolate Malt, Cara-Pils, Crystal Malt 120L
Bittering Hops: Northern Brewer
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Northern Brewer
Yeast: California Ale WLP001
Miscellaneous: Cold Press Coffee

Martys

+ Marty’s Hamilton Ave IPA (India Pale Ale) ABV-6.0% IBU-50
Description: Orangish gold color with minimal hop bitterness for an IPA, but tons of hop aroma and flavor to complement the honey and rich malt backbone. Six varieties of hops give this beer its bold fresh citrus and tropical fruit aroma and flavor. Hints of black pepper linger in the finish.
Origin: Marty’s Hops and Vines is a craft beer and fine wine establishment located on Hamilton Ave in College Hill. Hamilton Ave connects College Hill to Mt Healthy, home of Fibonacci Brewing Company … hence the namesake for this beer. We can’t think of a better establishment to partner with on our first collaboration in honor of Marty’s Hops and Vines 6th Anniversary! Congratulations Marty!

Fermentables: US Pale Malt, Maris Otter Pale Malt, Crystal Malt 40L
Bittering Hops: Centennial, Simcoe
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Sorachi Ace, Cascade, Hallertauer, Pacific Jade
Yeast: California Ale WLP001

Pepo

Pepo (Pumpkin Porter) ABV-6.0% IBU-29
Description: Dark brown porter brewed with pumpkins and spices.
Origin: The name Pepo comes from the scientific name for pumpkins which is cucurbita pepo also known as summer squash.

Fermentables: US Pale Malt, Crystal Malt 120L, Chocolate Malt, Roasted Barley
Bittering Hops: Cascade
Yeast: California Ale WLP001
Miscellaneous: Fresh Pumpkin, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, and Allspice

Piper

Piper (Peppercorn Saison) ABV-5.4% IBU-37
Description: Orangish gold color with minimal bitterness. Peppercorns and allspice added at the end of the boil complement the spicy saison yeast.
Origin: The name Piper comes from the scientific name for peppercorns which is piperaceae or also known as the pepper family, which are a large family of flowering plants. The group contains roughly 3,600 currently accepted species in 13 genera. Piper nigrum is the most well known and yields most peppercorns that are used as spices, including black pepper, although its relatives in the family include many other spices.

Fermentables: Belgian Pale Malt, German Pilsner Malt, White Wheat Malt, Biscuit Malt, Caramunich Malt
Bittering Hops: Fuggles, Sorachi Ace
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Sorachi Ace
Yeast: Belgian Saison I WLP565
Miscellaneous: Peppercorns w/ Allspice

Compton

Compton Cream Ale (Strawberry Cream Ale) ABV-4.6% IBU-20
Description: Pinkish gold color with no bitterness. Hints of strawberry with a slight tart finish. Infused with fresh local strawberries after fermentation.
Origin: The brewery sits on Compton Road running through Mt. Healthy. The road is named after Reuben Compton whose land the road originally passed through. Reuben was a barrel maker and kept the road up to sustain his business and routes to his customers. It’s easy to forget, as we speed along day by day, that there are countless people who in the past have made today’s conveniences possible.

Fermentables: Belgian Pale Malt, Vienna Malt, Crystal Malt 10L, Cara-Pils
Bittering Hops: Cascade
Flavor/Aroma Hops: Amarillo
Yeast: California Ale WLP001
Miscellaneous: Fresh Strawberries