of Cincinatti has opened a new 125,000 square-foot brewery in Cincinnati's historic Over-the-Rhine area, once the city's brewery district.
What does OTR stand for?
OTR stands for Over-The-Rhine (Cincinnati, Ohio neighborhood)
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We have 77 other meanings of OTR in our Acronym Attic
- Originale Trasmissione del Ritmo (band)
- Other Than Rock
- Out-Of-Tolerance Report
- Outyear Threat Report
- Over The Rainbow
- Over the River
- Over The Road (truckers)
- Over-The-Range (microwave oven)
- Overall Tuning Range
- Overhead Transfer Rate
- Oxygen Transmission Rate
- Oxytocin Receptor
- Ozone Transport Region (EPA)
- Occupational Therapist, Registered, Licensed
- Office of Trust Review and Audit (US DOI)
- Old Town Residents Association (Takoma Park, MD)
- On the Road Again
- Ontario Trail Riders Association (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The two brothers immediately established a tower clock business in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood in Cincinnati, where their first documented installation was a clock at Old St.
During the Act II trials, he gleefully inhaled such local delicacies as "goetta" (a local sausage), a "three-way" (Cincinnati Skyline chili) and Over-the-Rhine Ale.
Fleming said it comprised, among others, `people from public housing, from Over-the-Rhine (the heavily African American neighbourhood that was once the enclave of German settlers) and from the police department'.
His focus on the "Digital Rhine," the high-tech companies that have sprung up in the riot-torn neighborhood of Over-the-Rhine, is similarly a welcome relief.
In the weeks after the April riots, gunfire crackled at an alarming rate through Over-the-Rhine, West End, Avondale, Bond Hill and other predominantly African-American neighborhoods .
Timothy Thomas, aged 19, who was shot while fleeing from a police officer, will be buried today following a church service in Over-the-Rhine, the neighbourhood where most of the rioting was.