Barleycorn’s Brewhouse to open next week in Wilder

Haley Parnell
Haley Parnell
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Popular Northern Kentucky restaurant chain Barleycorn’s will open its first brewery location in Wilder on Tuesday, Aug. 16.

The idea is to have a brewery specializing in traditional beers like lagers, pilsners, and IPAs. Gary Holland, founder and CEO of One Holland, which owns three Barleycorn’s locations, told LINK nky in June. The brewery will also feature local brews from Braxton and Rhinegeist.

Along with beer, the location will have a test kitchen component that will allow customers to try new dishes exclusively at Barleycorn’s Brewhouse. The best plates will be added to Barleycorn’s restaurant menus.

A rendering of the inside of the Brewhouse
A rendering of the inside of the Brewhouse

The restaurant group will partner with chefs from two other restaurants they own — the Greyhound Tavern in Fort Mitchell and the Merrick Inn in Lexington — to create the dishes for Barleycorn’s Brewhouse.

The Brewhouse will hold a ribbon-cutting at 402 Licking Pike for the grand opening on Tuesday at 10 a.m. 

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