Mar 5, 2014
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Meet the brewer: Patrick Clark at Mt. Carmel
Driving Route 32 east from his family's home in Cincinnati, Patrick Clark would often swing by Mt.
Mt. Carmel, Cincinnati Nature Center team up for maple syrup beer
Mt. Carmel Brewing Co. tapped into 250-year-old sugar maple trees to produce its latest brew, a collaboration with the Cincinnati Nature Center .
Mt. Carmel Brewing, Cincinnati Nature Center collaborate on maple brew: EXCLUSIVE
Maple syrup has been made in Ohio as far back as pre-colonial times when Native Americans heated the sap in hollow tree trunks to boil it down into syrup or sugar.
The Columbus Dispatch
Ann Schiele, Mt. Carmel nursing school chief, plans to step down
Ann Schiele will step down as president of the Mount Carmel College of Nursing. "The college has given me everything: purpose of life, wonderful people and a great career," she said.