Woodland Cemetery Presents: Bottoms Up! Brewers of Dayton. Dayton was well established by the 1850s and its industry included railroad car, farm equipment, and tobacco manufacturing; flour mills, paper mills, spice mills, and distilleries. Brewing beer and other spirits were big business that lasted well into the new century. In this program, we will explore the lives of the brewers and the successes and failures of their endeavors. Then, author Timothy Gaffney will discuss his newly released book Dayton Beer: The History and Rebirth of Brewing in Ohio's Miami Valley. Books will be available for sale by the author. The program is free, but registration is required to ensure adequate seating.