"The Problem With The World Is That Everyone Is A Few Drinks Behind." (Humphrey Bogart)
We Have A Lot Of Catching Up To Do. We Hope To See You Soon!
ONLINE BOTTLE SHOP IS OPEN!
Our Online Bottle Shop features some great sale prices on several hard-to-find whiskeys. While supplies last! CLICK HERE to Enter the Ordering Site.
If you have any questions or wish to purchase and pick up bottles by appointment, text or e-mail Peter Newberry at (513) 608-4312 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
SUPPORT LOCAL SMALL BUSINESSES!
One of the most frequently asked questions we get is, "Are you open during the day?" The short answer is "No." Our coffee shop, bakery, bourbon bar and bottle shop is open evenings, on Friday & Saturday nights, and for special events like "Third Sunday Fun Day."
During the day, we recommend you visit our friends at Roebling Coffee & Books. Located one block away from our shop, Roebling is our neighborhood go-to for coffee and books during the daytime hours. We LOVE supporting small businesses like Roebling. Their Newport & Covington KY locations are open seven days a week, from 7AM-6PM. Their Dayton KY location is open daily from 7AM-6PM.
I’ll Drink To That!
We are so excited and very humbled to once again be named one of the best bourbon destinations in the nation by our friends at The Bourbon Review, in partnership with Buffalo Trace. Cheers to all of our fellow honorees, including several venues on The B-Line. Thanks also to our spirited crew and to our amazing customers for making this possible.
The Prohibition Bourbon Bar at Newberry Bros. has the look and feel of a small prohibition-era speakeasy, and features the largest collection of bourbon and rye whiskeys found anywhere in the world - thousands of them - including several of the rarest, well-aged whiskeys you'll find anywhere. The bar also has a great selection of Scotch, Irish & Japanese whiskeys, cocktails, wine and beer.
Coffee & Desserts
Newberry Bros. Coffee is Newport's original coffee roaster, featuring Organic, Fair-Trade coffee and espresso roasted on-site in small batches, right in the front window.
The Bourbon Review
The Bourbon Review