“It soon became apparent that they were. Adolf Hitler, who ran an extensive propaganda machine to control the German people, soon after called the Bethany Station, ‘those Cincinnati liars.’ We’re proud to honor Bethany Station’s contribution to the VOA’s mission of telling the truth in media in order to let people in oppressed countries decide what form of government they want and will support.”
Steven Brock, chief operating officer for Grainworks, said the brewery is "happy to support the VOA museum during this special anniversary,"
“We look forward to helping spread the word about the incredible people and technology at the museum,” Brock said.
The Cincinnati Liars Lager beer label was designed by Frankie Doerpers, of West Chester Twp., an artist and former art teacher at Lakota East High School’s freshman school.
VOA museum opening hours are Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. at 8070 Tylersville Road. Admission is $5 for adults and $1 for children.
For a complete schedule of 2019 VOA museum events, visit www.voamuseum.org.