URBAN ARTIFACT HISTORY

We moved into the historic St. Patrick’s Catholic Church facility in August of 2014, and opened the doors with our first beers and first music shows in April 2015. We’ve hosted live music nearly every night since then, and poured thousands of barrels of beer into your thirsty glasses.

While not the first to explore the styles, we specialize in tart and wild ales, especially balanced, heavily fruited ales.

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Urban Artifact Artwork and Branding Process

The distinct Urban Artifact art style is a combination of constraints. Most all of our label artwork starts out with a beer name and style concept. From there, it’s a visual ideation, which is a blend of research, doodling, and discussing what the character or “artifact” is supposed to represent.

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Missing Linck

Thanks to local historian, Michael Morgan, and the video production team at 7/79, you can watch our amazing yeast discovery and resurrection tale here:

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Big news! We are fermenting a beer that is a first in the annals of brewing history: It is being made from yeast that is approximately 150 years old, “wild caught” from a wooden fermenting tank miraculously preserved in a long-forgotten lagering cellar. It was recently discovered in Cincinnati.

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The world of fruit beer is filled with misnomers, misogyny, and misconceptions. Fruit is the ever trendy thing, especially in sour beers and the New England IPA trend (specifically “Milkshake” IPAs). However, not all fruit beer is created equal!

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2017 Urban Artifact review

In 2017 we…

– Produced 94 packaged beers, including 32 unique Midwest Fruit Tart variants.

– Used over 75,000 pounds of fresh fruit in our beers *.

– Hosted 881 musicians or music groups. Our most frequent performer was the Blue Wisp Big Band at 52 times (every Wednesday).

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Wildfire Pizza Kitchen

Wildfire Pizza Kitchen is a small wood-fired kitchen serving pizzas, salads, appetizers, desserts and more. We strive to continuously focus on making the best food possible while offering a lot of creativity to our menu. Wildfire Pizza Kitchen serves Neo-Neapolitan style pizza. Similar to Italian Neapolitan style, with American influences.

All of our dough is made fresh in house and cold ferments for at least 24 hours. Each pizza is hand tossed and made to order. We focus on fresh, artisanal ingredients. We use a wood-fired oven that was imported from Italy and delivered to our location in Cincinnati. The oven reaches temperatures of up to 1,000 degrees F to enable us to cook pizzas in as little as 90 seconds.

Wildfire offers dine-in and carry-out from the Urban Artifact taproom, as well as catering on-site and off.

JOBS

Barback – Part Time:
Urban Artifact is searching for energetic and friendly persons with a passion for craft beer, art, music, and customer service to join our team in the Tap Room. Job duties will be focused around the tap room bar, carry-out support, as well as lending a hand during events.

Location:
Urban Artifact Tap Room, 1660 Blue Rock Street, Cincinnati Ohio 45223

Position Type:
Part-time, Hourly

Starting Wage:
Tipped wage: $10/h – Non tipped wage: $15/h

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Cleaning, stocking and setting up bartenders for success – Must be a team player to be successful in this role
  • Maintaining a clean and sanitized environment for guests and fellow staff.
  • Assisting in giving direction to customers in the taproom, 
  • Retail sales of both carry-out beer and merchandise. Direct customer interaction, customer service is a top priority – Applicants who enjoy interacting with patrons in a professional & positive manner will excel. 
  • Occasionally there will be duties that will need to be fulfilled in other aspects of our project such as helping with special events, assisting with online order fulfillment, and facility maintenance


Ideal Candidate:

  • Has job experience.
  • Loves beer and beer education.
  • Has self-motivation to complete tasks, manage responsibilities, and work both independently and as part of our team.
  • Good with math.

Cellar Person – Full Time:
We are a brewery focusing on fruited sour beers with an emphasis on flavor and balance in all our beers. Our brewing philosophy is technical and scientific focused with an emphasis on flavor design. A cellar person will join our small brewing team and be responsible for tank transfers and cleaning, brite beer readying, assisting with pack out, inventory warehousing, forklift driving, and other cellaring duties. The job may include some hotside production assistance and the ability to make some pilot and small batch beers, but largely will be cold side production duties.

 Required Qualifications
:
· High school Diploma or Equivalent GED
· At least 21 years of age
· Able to lift 50 (potentially 100) pounds at a time
· Ability to perform in hot conditions with various chemicals
· Willingness to clean, clean and clean some more
· Mechanical aptitude
· Basic computer skills (MS Office proficiency)
· Proficient Math skills

 Preferred Qualifications

· Brewing/Chemical/Food/Manufacturing certificate/degree
· Fork Lift and/or P.I.T. certification
· Knowledge of GMPs

 Responsibilities/Duties

· General cellaring and packaging duties
· Kegging, canning, and bottling assistance
· Cleaning including, keg washing, cellaring duties, floors, tanks, etc.

 Wages

· $15 / hr based on qualifications

Why us?
Fera Cutlura. our motto at Urban Artifact, is all about our dedication to wild culture. We are a brewery, taproom, music studio, and events venue focused on bringing the best possible experience to our customers and employees. We focus on a scientific and educational approach to our beers and employee’s careers.

Fully covered health insurance. Dental and Vision insurance available. Matching simple IRA. Paid sick leave. Free shift beer after work and a free growler (or half case of cans) every week. Ability to express creative control over pilot beer recipes. Ability for upward mobility within the company as we continue to grow. Ability to define career growth and professional trajectory.

Cheers!

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