Dungeons & Dragons 5e
Deep under the city, a brewmaster needs your help.
Matt Layne will be the Lead DM on this experience.
6:00pm – 7:00pm
Themed dinner at boutique downtown venue
7:00pm – 10:00pm
Evening gaming session
9:00am – 12:15pm
Morning Gaming session at Ghost Baby
12:15 – 1:00pm
Break for specialty-themed catered lunch
1:00pm – 3:30pm
Afternoon gaming session at Ghost Baby
3:30pm – 6:00pm
Break for free time in OTR
5:30pm – 7:00pm
Catered themed dinner at Northern Row Brewery
7:00pm – 11:00pm
Evening gaming session in the abandoned OTR Beer Tunnels
8:30am – 1:00pm
Morning gaming session in the OTR Beer Tunnels
1:00pm – 1:30pm
Farewell drinks at Northern Row Brewery
Gaming Group Discounts
Are you interested in traveling with your entire gaming group? Contact us for group discounts and custom game tour options.
The Brewmaster's TasksFebruary 18 - 20, 2022
Single Supplement, add $150
No lodging included, save $250
- > Professional DMs running a custom adventure
- > Two nights accomodations with breakfast in downtown hotel near gaming venues
- > Friday dinner and drinks, and Saturday lunch and dinner with drinks
- > Two alcoholic drinks per session on Friday and Saturday
- > Maps, custom minis, gaming gear, and accessories
- > Sponsor gifts from D&DBeyond.com and Kraken Dice
- > Gaming venues tables/chairs inside tunnels, with table service and complementary water and soda
- > Table and experience prize drawings, giveaways, and future discounts from sponsoring vendors
Over-the-Rhine (often abbreviated as OTR) is a neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. Historically, Over-the-Rhine has been a working-class neighborhood. It is among the largest, most intact urban historic districts in the United States.
The neighborhood’s name comes from the predominantly German immigrants who developed the area in the mid-19th century. Many walked to work across bridges over the Miami and Erie Canal, which separated the area from downtown Cincinnati. The canal was nicknamed “the Rhine” in reference to the river Rhine in Germany, and the newly settled area north of the canal as “Over the Rhine”. In German, the district was called über den Rhein.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
Will my group get to play together?
If your group registers together, we will most likely be able to accomodate you. Table grouping requests are honored wherever possible, and in priorty of sign-up time. In *very* limited circumstances we may split a larger group or adjust table assignments to allow all players to play at a full table.
How many play at a table?
In almost all of our experiences, we build tables of 4 players minimum, or 6 maximum. When you are matched with other players, these conditions apply. If you wish to play at a table with more than 6, please reach out directly to us so we may try to accomodate your larger group, with availability.
Are your venues accessible?
Each venue has its own accessibility policies. Due to the nature of some of the places we are playing (caves, mines, ancient structures, and so on), there may be difficulties with some of our guests accessibility requirements. If you have specific questions about accessibility issues with a particular venue, please reach out directly, and we can assist you.
How do you select your Game Masters?
We are proud of the team that we have built. Each of our DMs is selected and vetted by our Gaming Master and a select group of our existing DM team. Each one has extensive exerience, and are guided and trained to maximize the enjoyment of our guests. Are you a DM who might be interested in joining our team? Reach out directly through our Contact Us page, and we can begin the conversation.
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