Braxton Brewing Co.

with Lie-Nielsen Toolworks

March 10 - 11 , 2017

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Join us at our Hand Tool Event® near Cincinnati, OH

March 10-11, 2017
Friday (10am - 6pm) and Saturday (10am - 5pm)

Hosted by the Braxton Brewing Co.
27 W. 7th Street
Covington, KY 41011


Admission is free and open to the public.


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Street parking is available on site.

About the Venue

Braxton Brewing Company was born in a garage on Braxton Drive in Union, Kentucky where their head brewer began honing his craft at the age of 16. Though now located in a 100 plus year old building in Covington, they still hold on to the idea that a garage is a place where you can build your hopes and dreams. With this concept central to their philosophy, the crew at Braxton is focused on being a catalyst for innovation in the area as Covington prepares to celebrate its bicentennial year.

Free Shipping

We offer free shipping on orders placed at the Event (excluding Workbenches, Vise Hardware, and Dovetail Vise).

Christopher Schwarz - Lost Art Press

John Hoffman - Crucible Tool

Megan Fitzpatrick - Popular Woodworking Magazine

Megan Fitzpatrick is the editor of Popular Woodworking Magazine. Right now, when she’s not editing and/or building furniture for the magazine, she’s rehabbing a 1906 house in Cincinnati’s historic Northside neighborhood, for which she's replicating miles of trim work using moulding planes, and turning many dozens of spindles.

Matt Bickford - M.S. Bickford

Matt Bickford is a planemaker in Haddam Neck, CT specializing in moulding planes. Along with contributions to various woodworking magazines, Matt is the author of Mouldings in Practice and is featured in a Lie-Nielsen produced DVD with the same name. Matt has taught the skill of using wooden moulding planes across the country. This is the first time he will be offering this class.

Mateo Panzica - The Lazarus Handplane Co.

Mateo Panzica of the Lazarus Handplane Co. is a toolmaker in Louisville, KY. His planes and slicks are made entirely by himself, blades and all. His diverse past endeavors include time spent working in bronze casting, making furniture, doing high end furniture conservation at the Chicago Conservation Center, and building timber frame structures in Southern Appalachia.

Steve Voigt - Voigt Planes

Steve Voigt makes traditional double-iron planes, mostly by hand, in Virginia's beautiful Shenandoah Valley. His planes are loosely based on those found in the Seaton tool chest, ca. 1796.

Scott Meek - Scott Meek Woodworks