Ohio On Tap 2022

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BREWING Couples around the state are tying the knot at Ohio’s beautiful breweries.


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Love is Brewing

How Times Have Changed

Couples around the state are tying the knot at Ohio’s beautiful breweries.

Ohio’s outdated franchise laws limit brewery growth and consumer choice.



Sip by the Season

Drink to your Health

No matter the time of year, Ohio breweries have the right beer for seasonal sipping.

Creative breweries are offering healthy ways to combine beer and exercise.

20 Quenching Flames and Thirsts Get to know the surprising number of firefighters-turnedbrewers found throughout Ohio.

24 Cooking with Craft Beer Lock 15’s chef Jessica Starr shares tips and tricks for using beer in the kitchen, plus a favorite recipe.

27 Regional Beer Trails Browse 300-plus breweries by region and plan your trek with a handy map.

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Ohio Craft Brewers Association Executive Committee & Staff Alan Szuter: President, Wolf’s Ridge Brewing

Mary MacDonald: Executive Director

Ali Hovan: Vice President, HiHO Brewing Co.

Justin Hemminger: Deputy Director

Adam Benner: Treasurer, Land-Grant Brewing Company

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Garrett Hickey: Secretary, Streetside Brewery



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OHIO ON TAP Ohio is now home to more than 400 breweries. Take a sip of beer and let that sink in. The overwhelming majority of those breweries sell their beer primarily in their own on-premise taprooms, serving as cultural hubs and gathering spaces for their communities. That business model relies on personal interaction and congregation, two things that have been challenging since the onset of COVID-19. Despite the pandemic’s effects, Ohio has averaged a net gain of 37 new breweries per year since 2020. There are also more than 70 known breweries-in-planning soon to be making beer in Ohio. Not only are there lots of choices, but the beer is pretty great too! Ohio’s reputation for producing world-class beer is growing: Our breweries set a new state record at the 2022 World Beer Cup competition, bringing home a total of 15 awards in “The Olympics of Beer Competitions.” (See all the winners on page 42.) In the course of making such estimable beer, independently owned craft breweries support more jobs and economic activity per barrel of product than their larger competitors. That profound and outsized impact on our communities must be protected, which is why the Ohio Craft Brewers Association works tirelessly to preserve a legal and regulatory environment that will encourage further craft beer growth. Ensuring fair access to market and healthy competition, free from restrictive, antiquated regulation, is ultimately good not only for breweries but for their local communities and craft beer drinkers at-large. The landscape of craft brewing in Ohio has changed quite a bit since we hit the 300-brewery milestone just three years ago. The pandemic brought some unforeseen challenges, but the qualities that got breweries through the lowest points of the past two years — determination, resilience, cooperation, unity — will be what fuels the growth that we hope to see ahead. @OhioCraftBeer

Mary MacDonald, Executive Director

Justin Hemminger, Deputy Director


Read stories for inspiration From exploring different styles of beer to keeping up with current trends, let these stories inspire you to sip your way across the great state of Ohio. Be sure to save the recipe, too!

Use beer trail map to plan your visit With 300-plus brewery listings and many more in planning, there’s a brewery to be found in every corner of the state. Plan a day trip or week-long brew tour using our regional beer trail map.

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Don’t forget your virtual passport stamp! Keep track of each brewery you visit and stay on top of news and upcoming events at brewery taprooms.

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Shores & Islands Ohio is more than just a place, it’s a feeling. Make our Cheers Trail part of your Shores & Islands adventure! Our region is always in season, where you can sample locally-made craft beverages and wines year-round. Whether you’re a first timer or a regular, experiences here stay in your heart for a lifetime. Find your Lake Erie Love at SHORESandISLANDS.com/plan/trails. Cheers!


Bucolic breweries like Twin Oast offer a peaceful backdrop and stunning photo ops.

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When Dan Lynch and Joe Brenner opened Little Miami Brewing Company in Milford back in 2017, they weren’t exactly hearing wedding bells — their concerns were with the more immediate matters of licenses, permits and equipment. But shortly after the brewery opened its doors, demand for larger and more elaborate events, including weddings, made them reconsider. By 2020, Little Miami had opened a dedicated event center, which features a terrace overlooking the scenic river that the brewery shares its name with. Happy couples have flocked to the industrial-chic hall ever since to celebrate their nuptials in a memorable, Instagram-worthy setting. As couples increasingly choose unexpected and non-traditional venues in which to tie the knot, Ohio breweries are stepping into the newlywed game, taking advantage of their unique settings and architecture to appeal to those looking for an outside-the-box celebration. Some are even taking it a step beyond event space and catering facilities by incorporating amenities specifically geared to marriage celebrations. While Little Miami built its event facility in response to demand, other breweries, like Edison Brewing Company in Gahanna, are including them right from the get-go. Its event space, The Peak at Edison, sits atop a four-story building next to the brewery and offers sweeping views of the Columbus skyline. “Events have always been part of the plan,” says Edison founder Wil Schulze. “Early in the design process with the architect, we designed two buildings on the site. The four-story building afforded us a rooftop venue.” OHIO ON TAP 5

Rustic breweries like Henmick bring an old-fashioned ambiance to weddings.

City views and a hip, urban feel are also part of the experience at both Seventh Son Brewing in Columbus and Combustion Brewery & Taproom in Pickerington. The former’s upstairs venue, The Rooftop, is a jewel box with enormous skylights bathing the space in natural light. At Combustion’s event center, factory-style windows overlook neighborhood trees, and there’s plenty of room for dancing between aquamarine and mocha glazed brick columns. Housed in a former tire factory, R. Shea Brewing in Akron offers a modern, industrial vibe. Weddings and events take place right on the brewhouse floor, surrounded by fermenters and graffitiinspired murals. “The Brew Floor offers an exciting and industrial atmosphere for anyone who wants to make a statement on their day,” R. Shea event manager Whitney Schaefer says.

“Views of brewery equipment, exposed brick walls and the natural lighting of the old BF Goodrich Factory give an eclectic feel that sets our venue apart.” For couples whose tastes lean more towards the peaceful and pastoral, Ohio’s farmhouse breweries offer an on-trend, rustic atmosphere. At Delaware’s Henmick Farm and Brewery, the vast, white barn makes a bucolic backdrop for outdoor weddings, and the fields offer plenty of space for post-dinner strolls. Rockmill Brewery, near Lancaster, specializes in both Belgian ales and a woodsy ambience. Weddings take place in front of a white, stream-side chapel on the former horse farm. The surrounding hemlock trees and rocky outcrops create a mystical scene for photos, while the farmhouse reception space has a variety of nooks and crannies for guests to explore.

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Twin Oast Brewing in Port Clinton sits on 60 acres with restored farmland and orchards, crowned by a pair of English-style oast houses. The meadows, gardens and cascading waterfall attract an array of swooping swallows and butterflies, all of which lend a touch of enchantment to weddings on the Estate Lawn. Couples who still desire a sense of the sacred when it comes to taking their vows can look to breweries like Bell Tower Brewing in Kent and Cincinnati’s Urban Artifact — both housed in repurposed churches. With their sanctified architecture including vaulted ceilings and high, arched windows, both offer a going-to-the-chapel vibe. “The biggest draw and reason that couples come to check us out initially is because we are a brewery,” says Bell Tower co-founder Bridget Tipton, “but I think once they see the space,

the combination of being an old church and the beautiful aesthetic is overall very convincing.” In many ways, hosting weddings is a natural extension of a role craft breweries have long embraced — being a community gathering place where people meet, socialize and celebrate. “People meet and get engaged here quite frequently, so that’s really memorable,” Little Miami’s Lynch says. “We’ve had people that have met and had their first date at the brewery five years ago, and then end up using the event center to get married.”

Couples can honor tradition at churchesturned-breweries like Urban Artifact.

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Maria and Kevin Glass fell in love traveling the state and exploring Ohio’s breweries.


Kevin and Maria Glass have never met a craft beer (or challenge) they didn’t like, and the bond they made while tackling the Ohio on Tap passport eventually led them down the aisle. The two have had their virtual passports stamped at a whopping 347 Ohio breweries (and counting!) since November 2019, when

they discovered the Ohio on Tap app while visiting Saucy Brew Works in Ohio City. Since then, they’ve criss-crossed the Buckeye State, gotten engaged (at Twin Oast Brewing Company in Port Clinton) and celebrated their marriage (at Cleveland’s Forest City Brewery), all while racking up stamps. But you don’t need to be madly in love to follow in the Glass’ footsteps — you just need to download the app and start collecting stamps. Although, according to Maria and Kevin, it certainly doesn’t hurt to have good company and a healthy sense of adventure.

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Wolf’s Ridge Daybreak This crisp cream ale is infused with coffee beans and vanilla for a delicate, breakfast-inspired spring brew.

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Ohio breweries have the right beer for any time of year.

spring Longer days and rising temperatures call for fresh, floral, fruity and funky flavors.

Weasel Boy | Mango Wheat

An American wheat ale combining citrus hop aroma with the tropical flavor of fresh mango.

Sixth Sense | Six Degrees Squared A tart and creamy Berliner Weisse brewed with blackberries, blueberries and vanilla.

Cartridge | Fuse

This refreshing blonde ale is brewed with tangerines for a tangy, zesty sip.

Uniontown | Sampsel House Kölsch Classic German style with light body meets subtle notes of pear and honey.

Little Fish | Petit Poisson

Lightly sour and funky, this farmhouse ale is aged in wine barrels for a rustic elegance.

summer Beat the bright sun and hot weather with beers offering simple refreshment and tropical escape.

Jolly Scholar | Dew of the Universe This strong triple IPA with notes of pineapple, mango and citrus is a slow summer sipper.

Warped Wing | Trotwood Lager

A light, easy-drinking, classic American lager is the perfect patio crusher.


This Citra-hopped pale ale is overflowing with citrus refreshment.

Hoodletown | Hoodle Hill

Slightly sweet and malty, this pils has a balancing hop bitterness for a quenching pint.

Fifth Street Brewpub | Tropical

A Belgian pale ale brewed with Citra hops and coconut is the ideal beer to sip in the shade.

Market Garden | Prosperity Wheat

Classic German Hefeweizen with notes of banana and clove means endless drinkability. OHIO ON TAP 13

fall As the leaves change and the sun sets earlier, heartier beers bring comfort and warmth.

Bookhouse | Celestial Map

An old-school IPA with crisp hop aromas of grapefruit, pine and orange peel.

Lock 27 | Charlosta

Toasty malt flavors with a touch of honey and roast put the color of fall leaves in your cup.

Avon Brewing | King KoKonut

This porter is brewed with toasted coconut for a touch of the tropics in the heart of autumn.

Great Lakes | Oktoberfest

The quintessential fall beer thanks to toasty malt flavors, a touch of caramel and balancing hop bitterness.

Branch & Bone | Autumn Zephyr

A hazy IPA with a fruit basket of sunny flavors will brighten your outlook as days get darker.

Mother Stewart’s | Vienna Lager

Bready malt in a dry body that pours like fall sunlight in your glass.

winter When the snow is falling, reach for beers that bring cheer to your heart and senses.

Columbus Brewing | Citra Noel

Citrusy hop flavors shine bright in the depths of winter in this holiday ale.

Jackie O’s | Champion Ground

Findlay Brewing | Ohio Weather

The classic porter foundation is spiced with cinnamon and vanilla for a comforting sip.

DankHouse | Chasing Trees

A constantly changing hazy IPA that shifts with the seasons to bring delight, regardless of the weather.

Taft’s | Santa’s Bribe

This winter warmer is brewed with cinnamon, ginger and vanilla to bring cheer to St. Nick’s cheeks.

Maumee Bay | Total Eclipse

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A burly bourbon barrel-aged imperial stout aged with coffee to perk you up on cold nights.

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Relax with a brew after a bike ride at trail-side spots like Yellow Springs Brewery.


(NOT) GOING THE DISTANCE HIT THE GROUND Beer drinking is social, but running can be solitary. Luckily, several Ohio breweries are changing that. Jennifer Sampley, assistant manager of Crooked Can Brewing in Hilliard, started a running club after seeing traffic from the adjacent Heritage Trail. “Having the trail right behind us and being a runner myself, I thought it would be great to get like-minded people together who love both running and craft beer,” says Sampley. The club meets Wednesdays, as does the Hoof Hearted Brewery club in Columbus. Hoof Hearted also hosts a Beer Mile event that rewards runners with beer as they run. Northern Ohio runners can check out North Water Brewing’s club in Kent on Thursdays. Those who crave variety should bookmark the Ohio Brewery Running Series, which meets at various breweries throughout the summer.


Several breweries offer alternative exercises. Play DankHouse Brewing’s disc-golf course in Newark for the cost of a beer. Or join one of Fifty West’s sports leagues, which started with volleyball and continues to expand. “It turns out volleyballers were very into the idea of craft beer, and we were turned on to a business model that built in weekly traffic to our space,” explains Max Fram, VP of strategy and operations at Fifty West.

SLIPPERY SLOPES ON TWO WHEELS Ohio boasts more miles than any state when it comes to dedicated bike trails. Devoted cyclists can pedal from Cleveland to Cincinnati, but for a more modest ride, two regional trails combine great scenery with craft beer. The Little Miami Scenic Trail stretches from Springfield to Cincinnati, following the contours of the river. Start at Yellow Springs Brewery and head south to Devil Wind, Cartridge, Narrow Path, Little Miami, Fifty West, Big Ash and Streetside Brewery. For a shorter route, ride the Brewed on the Bikeway Trail in Athens to hit Little Fish Brewing, Devil’s Kettle Brewing and Jackie O’s all within an afternoon. Little Fish co-founder Jimmy Stockwell credits the bike trail for their location. “One of the factors that sealed our commitment to the current location of the brewery was learning that the bike path would be extending across the river close to us,” Stockwell says. Michelle Oestrike, Jackie O’s VP, echoes the draw of the path. “Brewed on the Bikeway brings folks in from all over the region to enjoy Southeast Ohio’s outdoor recreation while supporting Athens’ local breweries,” she says.

More into winter sports? Check out Nocterra Brewing’s annual ski club. “Our motto is Beer + Outside = Nocterra,” says Lori Duncan, the brewery’s operations manager. “We love to create experiences that bring these two things together. From day one, we wanted to put together a club and encourage our customers to get out on the hill and have fun.”








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MATTER Taking care of your mental health is also critical, now more than ever. Many breweries host yoga events that improve mental and physical health, including Warped Wing, Land-Grant and Market Garden. MadTree Brewing and others offer mocktails for those who want to detox but enjoy the social aspect of breweries. Many breweries regularly hold events to support mental health in their communities, so check out event calendars for taprooms near you.

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QUENCHING flames & thirst

There’s no better way to cool down than with a refreshing pint of cold beer — at least, that’s what these firefightersturned-brewers know to be true.


For Shawn Adams, firefighting and craft brewing are a perfect match. His full-time job with the Akron Fire Department requires him to work 24 hours straight, with 48 hours off. That leaves plenty of time to devote to a hobby or another job. In his case, it led to a passion for homebrewing and co-founding Akronym Brewing Co. in 2018 in downtown Akron. “As I get older, the firefighting obviously is a young person’s job. I feel like I can keep brewing longer than I can keep firefighting,” Adams says with a laugh. Adams isn’t alone in turning his hobby into a second profession. You can find current or retired firefighters at a surprising number of breweries around the state, including Bushrod Brew Works in Eaton, Moeller Brew Barn in Maria Stein, Phoenix Brewing in Mansfield, Schnitz Ale Brewery in Parma, CLAG Brewing in Sandusky, Noble Beast Brewing in Cleveland and McArthur’s Brew House in Cuyahoga Falls, to name a few. It’s easy to explain why firefighters are attracted to brewing. In addition to their schedules being open to a second or even third job, firefighters often enjoy the physical labor

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and mathematical calculations required by the craft — whether that’s cleaning equipment or mapping out a beer recipe. “They are both physical jobs,” said Adams, who plans to open a second Akronym location in Medina this year. “That’s why I like brewing.” Bill Washington, a retired firefighter who co-founded the Bushrod nanobrewery in western Ohio near the Indiana border, agrees. He got his start in craft brewing as a mentoree at Half Batch Brewing while also living and working as a firefighter in Brentwood, Tennessee. “[Firefighters] are more, ‘Go out and get stuff done,’ than sitting at a desk,” Washington says. “We like to work hard.” Firefighters also enjoy the camaraderie and brotherhood forged at the fire station. “It’s another family,” explains Washington, who grew up in Eaton and still volunteers as a local fire investigator. “It’s sort of similar with the craft brewing side. You get your regulars and they become family.” Then there’s the ongoing training that’s required of firefighters. Likewise, brewers are always learning new recipes and techniques. “It’s always evolving on the fire side and the


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Cool down with a pint at Akronym Brewing Co. (pictured) and Moeller Brew Barn (below).

brewing side,” says Corey Everman, the brewmaster at Moeller Brew Barn in Maria Stein. “There are always new things to learn. New beers to learn. New training techniques to learn.” Everman joined the Burkettsville Community Fire Department as a junior firefighter when he was just 16 years old and now serves as an assistant chief. He and others see another underlying similarity in the two professions. Firefighters want to help people. That’s their mission. Meanwhile, craft breweries are community-focused and often are devoted to supporting local causes. And then, of course, there’s the most obvious reason firefighters are drawn to brewing. “Firefighters like to drink beer,” Adams says. And nobody can argue with that.


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Ohio breweries have a knack for breathing new life into neglected spaces, including old firehouses. Three Tigers Brewing Co., for one, recently expanded into the former Granville fire station downtown. Co-owner Scott Wilkins says it makes perfect sense that craft breweries want to locate in former fire stations. “The fire station was a central piece of the community, and I feel like we’re stepping into that role,” he says. “Being in that space gives us an opportunity to carry that torch on.” Other breweries carrying on the torch include Hamilton’s Municipal Brew Works, Gemüt Biergarten in Columbus and the brand-new Lebanon Brewing Co.

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Chef Jessica Starr infuses robust beer flavor into the kimchi corndog at Lock 15 Brewing.

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CRAFT BEER Chef Jessica Starr heads up the kitchen

Q: What are the challenges of cooking with beer?

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I love the flavor that beer provides to many recipes. One challenge, however, is preventing it from imparting too much bitterness, in braising especially. It’s all about choosing the right beer for the right cooking application. If you do want to use beer as a base for your braising liquid, I would suggest using a malty, sweeter beer, such as our Grandfather German lager.

Restaurant, where she crafts an exciting menu of charcuterie boards, smoked jumbo wings, kimchi corn dogs and ghost pepper mac and cheese. Her dishes pair perfectly with Lock 15’s house brews, so we asked her all about cooking with beer.

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Q: Do any beer styles in particular lend themselves to cooking? As a general rule, avoid bitterness, so stay away from IPAs. Cooking with them can lead to too much bitterness in the dish, but they make for a delicious pairing due to their complexity! I also tend to avoid more fruity beers and shandies.



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Q: Does beer pair well with any other particular ingredients? When it comes to cooking, I treat beer basically the same as wine. Something more minerally and clean (like hefeweizen) is going to pair better with chicken, pork and seafood, cutting the fat in your more unctuous dishes. Something sweeter (like a milkshake IPA or maple oatmeal stout) is going to take the edge off a spicier dish. Red meat is going to pair better with a doppelbock or coffee stout.

Q: Any other cooking-with-beer tips you would like to share? Cooking is all about experimentation. There are basic rules you should follow to achieve balance, but beyond that I encourage everyone to just go for it and try whatever your knowledge level of beer and cooking will provide. Have fun with it and happy experimenting!

KIMCHI CORNDOG Chef Starr shares her recipe for kimchi corndogs, made with Lock 15’s Mobilization Wit. Bratwurst 1 quart Mobilization Wit 1 tablespoon whole coriander seeds 12 bratwurst Bring beer and coriander seeds to boil, then add bratwurst. Simmer until cooked through, about 15–20 minutes. Remove bratwurst from liquid and set them aside.


Kimchi Batter 2 cups spicy kimchi, strained 1 1/4 cup cornmeal 1 cup all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons sugar 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 egg 1/2 cup Mobilization Wit beer Oil for deep frying Pulse kimchi in a food processor, but leave it a bit chunky. In a stainless steel bowl, mix together cornmeal, flour, sugar and baking powder. Add eggs, beer and pulsed kimchi into the bowl with dry ingredients and whisk until evenly combined. Heat deep frying oil to 350° F. Insert wooden skewers into bratwurst lengthwise, dredge in flour, then dip in the batter until evenly coated. Fry for approximately 10 minutes, or until golden brown. Serve with a pint of your choosing!



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NORTHWEST 1 1820 BrewWerks 105 W. Main St., Kalida, Ohio 45853; 419-532-2828, 1820brewwerks.com

Regional brewery sourcing local grains and hops to make traditional styles of beer with a few twists added in. R 2 4kd Crick Brewery 211 Carpenter Rd., Defiance, Ohio 43512; 419-576-5822, 4kdcrickbrewery.com

3.5-barrel brewhouse and taproom at the Eagle Rock Golf Club. Come share a pint of the freshest beer in town. R 3 60cc Brewing 2113 N. Reynolds Rd., Toledo, Ohio 43615; 60ccbrewing.com

We have 10 rotating taps plus an experimental tap. We are pet and family friendly. 4 Aistear Brewing 1037 N. Main St., Bowling Green, Ohio 43402; 419-819-4704, aistear-brewing.square.site

Fantasy and Celtic themed brewery with emphasis on board and table-top gaming fun.

5 Arlyn’s Good Beer

11 Catawba Island Brewing Company

17 False Chord Brewing Co.

520 Hankey Ave., Bowling Green, Ohio 43402; 419-819-4426, facebook.com/

2330 E. Harbor Rd., Port Clinton, Ohio 43452; 419-960-7764,

326 S. Main St., Findlay, Ohio 45840; 567-301-2604, falsechordbrewing.com

6 Bear Vine Winery and Brewery

12 CLAG Brewing

15617 St. Rte. 273, Ridgeway, Ohio 43345; 937-363-2662, facebook.com/

216 Columbus Ave., Sandusky, Ohio 44870; 419-502-0099, clagbrewingco.com

arlyns-good-beer-541498729668983 We brew traditional lagers and ales. Located just three blocks from downtown BG with a large beer garden.

bear-vine-winery-llc-721310457923062 We are in a country setting offering food trucks every other weekend. Check website for hours and dates. 7 Black Frog Brewery

831 S. McCord Rd., Holland, Ohio 43528; 567-318-4672, blackfrogbrewery.com

Owned by a Toledo native and 10-year veteran of the US army. We believe beer drinkers deserve a quality product. 8 Brewing Green 322 N. Grove St., Bowling Green, Ohio 43402; facebook.com/brewgreenohio

Bowling Green’s newest brewery serving best-in-style IPAs, seltzers, cider, wine and more. R 9 Buffalo Rock Brewing Company 345 Anthony Wayne Trail, Waterville, Ohio 43566; 567-952-0392, buffalorockbrewing.com

Brewery and taproom with patios, live music and food trucks. 10 Carey Brewing Station

300 E. Findlay St., Carey, Ohio 43316; 419-396-5375, careybrewingstation.com

We utilize regional agriculture by brewing all our beers with Ohio hops and malting barley. R

catawbaislandbrewing.com Open-air tasting room with large patio, indoor and outdoor games, 12 beers on tap, plus wine, liquor and snacks.

Owned by the same family that owns Small City Taphouse, one of Ohio’s premier craft beer bars. R 13 Crafted Nano Brewery

1016 Tiffin Ave., Findlay, Ohio 45840; 419-889-2722, craftedfbc.business.site

Focused on the art of beer making — brewing 15 gallons at a time.

14 Drop Tine Winery and Tap House 311 W. Main St., Montpelier, Ohio 43543; 418-216-5175, drop-tine-winery-

and-tap-house.business.site Full-service restaurant with brewery.

R 15 Earnest Brew Works 4342 S. Detroit Ave., Toledo, Ohio 43614; 419-318-8344, earnestbrewworks.com

Brewer-owned brewery on a mission to brew great beers for our community’s enjoyment.

16 Earnest Brew Works Downtown 25 S. St. Clair, Toledo, Ohio 43614; 419-318-8344, earnestbrewworks.com

A block from the Toledo Mud Hens field. With 12 beers on tap, there is a style for everyone.

Brewing high-quality ales and providing an alternative atmosphere for our local beer culture. 18 Findlay Brewing Company 213 E. Crawford St., Findlay, Ohio 45840; 419-419-2739, findlaybrewing.com

Twenty-four craft beers on tap with a full kitchen serving innovative meals and sandwiches. R 19 Galion Brewing 123 Harding Way E., Galion, Ohio 44833; 567-393-9394

Small, cozy, family-friendly brewery. Galion’s first brewery in 100 years. 20 Gongoozlers Brewery 629 W. Monroe St., New Bremen, Ohio 45869; 419-733-2320, gongoozlersbrewery.com

One place where many Gongoozlers can gather.

21 Great Black Swamp Brewing Co. 2250 Tedrow Rd., Toledo, Ohio 43614; 567-246-2115,

greatblackswampbrewing.com Born in Toledo, brewed in Toledo. Raise a pint to our new taproom and beer garden patio opening in 2022. 22 Heavy Beer Company 1301 N. Summit St., Toledo, Ohio 43604; 419-662-9521, heavy.beer

Heavy creates fantastic beers and experiences that improve communities and promote an active and engaged life. R

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�he can’t-miss cra� beer scene in Lake County, �hio is vibrant and growing! Located along the shores of Lake �rie, ��-minutes east of Cleveland, the area features award-winning cra� beer breweries, nano breweries with flavorful, small-batch beers and even a brand new, Latin-inspired brewery creating one-of-a-kind beers you won’t find anywhere else!

23 Heavy Wheelhouse

29 Maumee Bay Brewing Co

35 Quenched & Tempered Brewing Co.

42 Upside Brewing

3520 Waterville-Swanton Rd., Swanton, Ohio 43558; heavy.beer

27 Broadway St., Toledo, Ohio 43604; 419-243-1302, mbaybrew.com

1210 Jackson St., Toledo, Ohio 43604; 419-830-8899, quenchedandtempered.com

5692 Main St., Sylvania, Ohio 43560; 419-882-6061, facebook.com/upsidebrewing

Located inside Oak Openings Metropark, Heavy Wheelhouse offers craft beers with a great view!

Great brews, wood-fired pizza, courtyard seating and river views in an 1859 hotel.


24 Inside the Five Brewing Co.

30 Moeller Brew Barn

5703 Main St., Sylvania, Ohio 43560; 567-408-7212, insidethefivebrewing.com

8016 Marion Dr., Maria Stein, Ohio 45860; 419-925-3005, moellerbrewbarn.com


Moeller Brew Barn was built because we believe everyone should have a choice to enjoy fresh, local craft beer. R

25 Inside the Five Brewing – Perrysburg

31 Muffleheads Brewing Co.

127 W. Third St., Perrysburg, Ohio 43551; 419-931-0707, insidethefivebrewing.com

4931 Fitchville River Rd., Wakeman, Ohio 44889; 440-213-0859,

Premium full-service brewpub with 18 beers on tap, a full bar and full kitchen.

Premium full-service brewpub with 18 beers on tap, a full bar and full kitchen.

R 26 Juniper Brewing Company 145 S. Main St., Bowling Green, Ohio 43402; 419-819-4935, juniperbrew.com

Our vision is a place where all are welcome to be, meet, enjoy, inspire ... with great coffee and beer! R 27 The Laird Arcade Brewery – The LAB 114 S. Washington St., Ste. D, Tiffin, Ohio 44883; 419-455-1711,

thelairdarcadebrewery.com Grab a taste of Tiffin at its first brewery since Prohibition. 28 Lake Rat Brewing

108 S. Main St., Celina, Ohio 45822; 419-584-1705, lakeratbrewing.com

Craft brewery in downtown Celina near Grand Lake St. Mary’s. Tap Room located in Brew Nation. R

muffleheadsbrewery.com We aim to be your respite away from city life by introducing you to the party side of country brewing. 32 Neon Groundhog Brewery 13554 Mohler Rd., Grand Rapids, Ohio 43522; 419-875-6474, majesticoakwinery.com

Neon Groundhog Brewery is located at Majestic Oak Winery. Room to roam and enjoy a pint. 33 Oncore Brewing

14249 Airport Hwy., Ste. #1, Swanton, Ohio 43558; 419-402-4103, oncorebrewing.com

Brewer-owned with beers and ciders for all walks of life to enjoy in an inviting atmosphere. 34 Outskirts Brew Co. 2412 Cable Ct., Lima, Ohio 45805; 419-221-1010, outskirtsbrewco.com

Lima’s first brewery since Prohibition. Good food, lively beer garden and alluring cocktail lounge. R

Forged on the audacious belief that quality and authenticity craft a thriving community. 36 Ramblin’ Red’s Brewing Co. 1493 N. Shoop Ave., Wauseon, Ohio 43567; 419-335-2000, redrambler.com

Ten taps brewed on-site with a variety of styles to win over craft beer enthusiasts. Located in Red Rambler Coffees. 37 Second Crossing Brew Co. 142 N. Main St., Rockford, Ohio 45882; 419-305-0150, facebook.com/secondcrossing

19 beers on tap with a Main Street patio and outdoor seating in the back. 38 Tailspin Brewing Co 626 S. Second St., Coldwater, Ohio 45828; 419-763-4222, tailspinbrewing.co

A veteran-owned craft brewery bringing craft beer to the Midwest! 39 The Tiffin Brewery 277 Wall St., Tiffin, Ohio 44883; 567-804-9380, thetiffinbrewery.com

Locally brewed beer with international influence. Laid-back atmosphere and live performances occassionally. 40 Twin Oast Brewing 3630 N.E. Catawba Rd., Port Clinton, Ohio 43452; 419-573-6126, twinoast.com

Craft brews for enthusiasts of outstanding, unpretentious beer that are adventurous in exploring a range of styles. R

43 The UrbanWoody Brewery 105 E. Tiffin St., Fostoria, Ohio 44830; 419-379-6015, theurbanwoody.com

Serving up all craft beer styles and wines that are made locally. Family and veteranowned and operated.

WEST CENTRAL 1 Alematic Artisan Ales 6182 Chambersburg Rd., Huber Heights, Ohio 45424; 937-813-8901,

alematicbrewing.com Artistically relevant, culturally unique and socially aware neighborhood brewery. Craft. Culture. Community. 2 Bock Family Brewing 8150 Washington Village Dr., Dayton, Ohio 45458; 937-813-2000, bockfamilybrewing.com

A farm-to-fermenter brewery located on our family’s 60-acre farm. R

Crafting a family one brew at a time. Craft beer, wine, liquor, games, live music, trivia and food trucks.

41 Two Bandits Brewing Co.

3 Branch & Bone Artisan Ales

106 E. High St., Hicksville, Ohio 43526; 419-542-1087, twobanditsbrewing.com

Craft. Passion. Quality. A great place to enjoy dynamite craft beer and tasty pub favorites. R

905 Wayne Ave., Dayton, Ohio 45410; 937-723-7608, branchandboneales.com

An independent brewery in Historic South Park. Constantly striving for perfection through exploration.


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4 Bushrod Brew Works 117 E. Main St., Eaton, Ohio 45320; 937-336-5059, bushrodbrewworks.net

First brewery in Preble County. Good craft beer in a family friendly atmosphere.

R 5 Carillon Brewing Company 1000 Carillon Blvd., Dayton, Ohio 45409; 937-910-0722, carillonbrewingco.org

USA’s first production brewery in a museum. Unique brewpub set in 1850’s Dayton using historical equipment and methods. R 6 Crooked Handle Brewing Co.

760 N. Main St., Springboro, Ohio 45066; 937-790-3450, crookedhandle.com

Springboro’s first brewpub offering a scratch kitchen, 14 taps and a premium selection of wine, cider, spirits and cocktails. R 7 Dalton Union Winery & Brewery

21100 Shirk Rd., Marysville, Ohio 43040; 937-645-5889, daltonunion.com

Central Ohio’s hidden gem! Thirty taps of handcrafted goodness. Live music, food trucks, Airbnb and much more.

8 Dayton Beer Company

13 Heavier Than Air Brewing Co.

18 Mother Stewart’s Brewing Company

41 Madison St., Dayton, Ohio 45402; 937-228-2337, thedaytonbeerco.com

497 Miamisburg Centerville Rd., Centerville, Ohio 45459; 937-979-4449,

109 W. North St., Springfield, Ohio 45504; 937-717-0618, motherstewartsbrewing.com

9 Devil Wind Brewing

heavierthanairbrewing.com Aviation-themed Dayton brewery making beer inspired by mankind’s courageous attempts to conquer the air and beyond.

Brewery, biergarten and pub featuring 36 taps of all-Ohio beer. R 130 S. Detroit St., Xenia, Ohio 45385; 937-919-6417, devilwindbrewing.com

Taproom in downtown Xenia focused on classic beer styles. Live music and events throughout the week. 10 Eudora Brewing Company 3022 Wilmington Pike, Kettering, Ohio 45429; eudorabrewing.com

Brewery, pub and customer brewing facility serving upscale pub fare and award-winning beers. R 11 Fifth St. Brewpub 1600 E. Fifth St., Dayton, Ohio 45403; 937-443-0919, fifthstreetbrewpub.com

Ohio’s first co-op brewpub, located in historic St. Anne’s Hill. Come enjoy our stellar beer, food and timeless vibe!

R 12 Hairless Hare Brewery 738 W. National Rd., Vandalia, Ohio 45377; 937-387-6476,

hairlessharebrewery.com Serving the Dayton area since 2013. Eight house-brewed beers on tap, plus handtossed pizzas and other specialty items.



14 Lock 27 Brewing – Centerville

A family-owned production brewery with a taproom and large outdoor beer garden in downtown Springfield.

19 North High Brewing – Springfield 101 S. Fountain St., Springfield, Ohio 45502;

1035 S. Main St., Centerville, Ohio 45458; 937-433-2739, lock27brewing.com

northhighbrewing.com/locations/springfield Taproom in the historic Myers Market building with 14 beers on draft.


20 Nowhere in Particular Cabinet of Curiosities

Authentic Ohio brewpub, serving house ales and a market fresh gastropub menu alongside guest brews, wine and cocktails. 15 Lock 27 Brewing – Dayton 329 E. First St., Dayton, Ohio 45402; 937-433-2739, lock27brewing.com

Authentic Ohio brewpub, serving house ales, guest brews, wine and craft cocktails with market fresh gastropub fare.

R 16 Loose Ends Brewing 890 S. Main St., Centerville, Ohio 45458; 937-723-6328, looseendsbrewing.com

Brewpub and scratch kitchen with housemade craft beer, plus wine, cider, kombucha and cocktails. R 17 Moeller Brew Barn – Troy 214 W. Main St., Troy, Ohio 45373; 937-552-9430, moellerbrewbarn.com

Moeller Brew Barn was built because we believe everyone should have a choice to enjoy fresh, local craft beer.


4716 Wilmington Pike, Kettering, Ohio 45440; 937-999-4133, nipcoc.com

Serving aggressively experimental brews in a range of styles from esteemed brewer Charles Navillus. 21 Pinups and Pints 10963 Lower Valley Pike, Medway, Ohio 45341; 937-849-1400, pinupsandpints.com

World’s first and only strip club brewpub. 22 Rhetoric Brewing Company

25420 Claibourne Rd., Richwood, Ohio 43344; 614-400-7588, rhetoricbrewingco.com

Located in rural Union County, we specialize in small-batch craft beer, wine, cider and mead.

23 Roundhouse Depot Brewing Co. 217 W. Chillicothe Ave., Bellefontaine, Ohio 43311; 540-323-1295,

roundhousedepotbrewing.com First ever brewery in Bellefontaine representing the rich history of the railroad in Logan County. R

Specialty Chemical Professionals Providing a full line of products to keep your brewery running at optimum performance.

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One of the oldest breweries in Toledo! greatblackswampbrewing.com (567) 377-8090 · 2250 Tedrow Rd. · Toledo, OH 43614 30 OhioCraftBeer.org


24 Southern Ohio Brewing 818 Factory Rd., Beavercreek, Ohio 45434; 937-705-6690, southernohiobrewing.com

Classic and contemporary beer styles at our 80-seat tap room along the bike path in Beavercreek. R 25 Star City Brewing Company

319 S. Second St., Miamisburg, Ohio 45342; 937-701-7827, starcitybrewing.com

Craft brewery in “Star City” Miamisburg at the Peerless Mill Inn producing high-quality beer for craft enthusiasts. 26 Toxic Brew Company 431 E. Fifth St., Dayton, Ohio 45402; 937-985-3618, toxicbrewcompany.com

This easygoing, exposed-brick haunt pours house-brewed Bavarian, Belgian and American-style beers. 27 Trail Town Brewing

101 Corry St., Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387; 937-319-0489, trailtownbrewingys.com

Brewpub and cantina in downtown Yellow Springs. House-made beers and guest taps paired with food from Miguel’s Tacos. R 28 Walking Distance Brewing Co. 222 E. 8th St., Marysville, Ohio 43040; 937-738-2647, walkingdistance.beer

Charming brewery in 151-year-old carriage shop within walking distance of uptown Marysville.

30 Warped Wing Barrel Room & Smokery 25 Wright Station Way, Springboro, Ohio 45066; 937-222-7003, warpedwing.com

A unique barrel-aged facility, taproom, eatery and test pilot brewery. R

31 Warped Wing Brewing Company 26 Wyandot St., Dayton, Ohio 45402; 937-222-7003, warpedwing.com

Inspired by Dayton’s history, we brew a variety of beer and offer food made from scratch. R 32 Yellow Springs Brewery 305 N. Walnut St., Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387; 937-767-0222,

yellowspringsbrewery.com Brewing exceptional beer every day in every batch. Located on the Little Miami Scenic Trail. 33 Yellow Springs Brewery Barrel Room 1475 Xenia Ave., Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387; 937-319-6024,

yellowspringsbrewery.com/barrel-room This location is a warehouse and mixed fermentation production facility with an on-premise taproom.


29 Wandering Griffin Brewery & Pub 3725 Presidential Dr., Beavercreek, Ohio 45324; 937-369-0058, wanderinggriffin.com

Brewery and pub with 20+ taps, full menu, indoor and outdoor seating, and private event space. Near WPAFB, WSU and Nutter Center. R

1 Brewery 33 Hocking Hills, LLC 12684 College Prospect Dr., Logan, Ohio 43138; 740-385-6033, br3w3ry.com

2 Buck’s Brewing Company

8 Granville Brewing Company

993 Mt. Vernon Rd., Newark, Ohio 43055; 740-641-2337, facebook.com/bucksbrewing

5371 Columbus Rd., Granville, Ohio 43023; 740-919-5495, facebook.com/

A small craft brewery on St. Rte. 13 with a cozy taproom and a variety of ales. 3 Buckeye Lake Brewery

5176 Walnut Rd., Buckeye Lake, Ohio 43008; 740-535-6225, buckeyelakebrewery.com

Home of the grapefruit Bobber. Dog-friendly patio, steps from Ohio’s greatest lake. Food by the Chef Shack. R 4 DankHouse Brewing Company 161 Forry St., Newark, Ohio 43055; 740-915-6413, dankhousebrewing.com

Family-friendly, 8.5-acre venue with a ninehole disc golf course, craft beer, MNCHS Kitchen and music! 5 Devil’s Kettle Brewing 97 Columbus Rd., Athens, Ohio 45701; 740-589-7187, devilskettlebrew.com

Our focus is on making the most drinkable, excellent examples of the way beer ought to taste. 6 Double Edge Brewing Co. 158 W. Chestnut St., Lancaster, Ohio 43130; 740-277-7465, double-edge.beer

Creative, approachable beer by people who put craft and community first. Family-friendly taproom in Lancaster. 7 Fifty West Brewing – Chillicothe 1 N. Paint St., Chillicothe, Ohio 45601; 740-775-2337, fiftywestbrew.com

Family-friendly brewery and restaurant with a focus on community engagement and active lifestyle. R

thegranvillebrewingcompany Enjoy exceptionally crafted brews in our cozy, family-friendly taproom and new outdoor barnyard patio. 9 Guernsey Brewhouse 4550 Bloomfield Rd., Cambridge, Ohio 43725; 740-995-3467,

guernseybrewhouse.com Brewhouse with taproom and outdoor patio featuring traditional craft ales and lagers. 10 Homestead Beer Co. 811 Irving Wick Dr. W., Heath, Ohio 43056; 740-522-8018, homesteadbeerco.com

Styles for miles, we’ve got it all. Hard to find, harder to leave — Homestead is dedicated to the craft!

11 Jackie O’s Public House & Brewpub 22 W. Union St., Athens, Ohio 45701; 740-592-9686, jackieos.com

Enjoy 30 taps at the Public House with a full food menu. The Brewpub boasts 18 drafts in a cozy pub atmosphere.

R 12 Jackie O’s Taproom 25 Campbell St., Athens, Ohio 45701; 740-447-9063, jackieos.com/location/

taproom-brewery Offering 16 taps, merchandise and carryout of all packaged kegs, cans and bottles. Dog-friendly outdoor patio available!

Hocking Hills’ only brewery. Post-hike, enjoy a pet-friendly taproom, food trucks and snacks. Independently owned.


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17 Outerbelt Brewing

22 Trek Brewing Company

2 16 Lots Brewing Co.

3560 Dolson Ct., Carroll, Ohio 43112; 740-993-0448, outerbeltbrewing.com

1486 Granville Rd., Newark, Ohio 43055; 740-281-3394, trekbeer.com

753 Reading Rd., Mason, Ohio 45040; 513-486-3672, 16lots.com

Independently owned and operated brewery with a spacious, industrial taproom, covered patio and contemporary beers. 18 Rockmill Brewery

13 Little Fish Brewing Co. 8675 Armitage Rd., Athens, Ohio 45701; 740-447-5011, littlefishbrewing.com

A short drive from Hocking Hills, enjoy traditional and innovative beers at our taproom and beer garden outside Athens.

R 14 Marietta Brewing Company 167 Front St., Marietta, Ohio 45750; 740-373-2739, mbcpub.com

5705 Lithopolis Rd. N.W., Lancaster, Ohio 43130; 740-215-5874,

rockmillbrewery.com Built on a 23-acre, 19th-century horse farm, our tasting room offers an impressive selection of fresh, flavor-forward beers. 19 Sixth Sense Brewing 175 E. Main St., Jackson, Ohio 45640; 740-577-3681, sixthsensebrewing.co

Near the confluence of the Ohio and Muskingum rivers, experience our craft and celebrate our history! R

A nanobrewery featuring a wide variety of ales and our award-winning Murk Juice NE IPA. Visit the food truck for fresh burritos and bowls. R

15 Old Bridge Brewing Company

20 Starbrick Brewery

281 W. Main St., McConnelsville, Ohio 43756; 740-651-5042,

15570 St. Rte. 691, Nelsonville, Ohio 45764; 740-753-7606, sudsandspirits.hocking.edu

oldbridgebrewing.com A brewery and taproom with the character of a 100-year-old building and the charm of a historic downtown district. R 16 Old Capitol Brewing 79 N. Paint St., Chillicothe, Ohio 45601;

oldcapitolbrewing.com Chillicothe’s first local brewery to open in nearly 70 years. Expect good times and great beer.

Starbrick Brewery is owned and operated by Hocking College as part of the Associate of Applied Science in Fermentation program. 21 Three Tigers Brewing Company

133 N. Prospect St., Granville, Ohio 43023; 740-920-4680, threetigersbrewing.com

House-brewed beer, craft cocktails, Southeast Asian-inspired food and live music. R

Where great people and great beer come together to do incredible things.

R 23 Weasel Boy Brewing Company 126 Muskingum Ave., Ste. E, Zanesville, Ohio 43701; 740-455-3767,

weaselboybrewing.com Enjoy a comfy pub area, dining room, patio and pizzeria. Visit our new Rum Room Tiki Lounge open select days. R 24 Wooly Pig Farm Brewery 23631 Township Rd. 167, Fresno, Ohio 43824; 740-693-5050,

woolypigfarmbrewery.com On an active farm in rural Ohio, Wooly Pig Farm Brewery specializes in lagers, both classic German styles and American variations. 25 Y Bridge Brewing Company 1417 Linden Ave., Zanesville, Ohio 43701; 740-868-4265, ybridgebrewing.com

Craft brewery with a diverse roster of quality brews. Come for the craft beer, stay for the company.

SOUTHWEST 1 13 Below Brewery 7391 Forbes Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45233; 513-975-0613, 13belowbrewery.com

Driven by a passion for making traditionalstyle beer and providing a great place for friends and families to enjoy it.

R 3 Bad Tom Smith Brewing 5900 Madison Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45227; 513-871-4677, badtomsmithbrewing.com

Speak-easy, brewery and beer garden with a great story, 18 craft beers, gourmet pizza, Bad Tom Smith bourbons and cocktails.

R 4 Big Ash Brewing 5230 Beechmont Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45230; 513-401-6868, bigashbrewing.com

Cincinnati’s first pour-your-own tap wall — 28 taps of Big Ash beer, a craft spirits bar, gourmet pizza and salads.

R 5 Braxton Brewing – Cincinnati 331 E. 13th St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45202; 513-918-4804, braxtonbrewing.com

Celebrating determination, knowledge and the humble pride we wave like a battle flag.

R 6 BrewDog Cincinnati 326 Reading Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45202; 513-457-5287,

brewdog.com/usa/bars/usa/cincinnati Twenty-four taps of amazing BrewDog and guest beer. Full kitchen with burgers, wings, pizza and other sharable plates.


Craft brews you’ll love in Sayler Park along the Ohio River, 13 nautical miles below Cincinnati. R

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7 Brink Brewing Co.

13 Fibonacci Brewing Company

19 HighGrain Brewing Co.

25 MPH Brewing

5905 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45224; 513-882-3334, brinkbrewing.com

1445 Compton Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45231; 513-832-1422, fibbrew.com

6860 Plainfield Rd., Silverton, Ohio 45236; 513-791-7000, highgrainbrewing.com

7880 Remington Rd., Montgomery, Ohio 45242; 513-873-2846, mphbrew.com

A craft brewery in Cincinnati’s College Hill neighborhood with handcrafted beers in a warm environment. 8 Cartridge Brewing 1411 Grandin Rd., Maineville, Ohio 45039; 513-697-3434, cartridgebrewing.com

Full-service brewpub located in the historic Peters Cartridge Factory.

R 9 Cincy Brewing Company 608 Shepherd Dr., Unit 5, Cincinnati, Ohio 45215; 513-331-0294, cincy-brewing.com

Twenty-four beers on tap, rotating guest tap, specialty cocktails, event space, big TVs, and free pool and darts. 10 The Common Beer Company 126 E. Main St., Mason, Ohio 45040; 513-204-0023, commonbeercompany.com

The Common is the place where bright flavors meet colorful conversations. 11 Dead Low Brewing

5959 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45230; 513-800-1231, deadlowbrewing.com

Dead Low Brewing is a craft brewery with a proper kitchen and beer garden located in Cincinnati. R 12 Esoteric Brewing 918 E. McMillan St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45206; 513-214-1987, esotericbrewing.com

Elevate your senses in a sophisticated brew lounge serving traditional beers. Asian and Black owned. R

Nanobrewery and urban farm with Airbnb. Sourced from local farms and ingredients grown on-site and foraged nearby.

Cincinnati’s sustainable brewpub, with European-inspired beers, featuring locally sourced food from a scratch kitchen.


We strive to offer an enticing selection of classic, seasonal and creative brews along with woodfired pizzas. R 26 Municipal Brew Works

14 Fifty West Brewing

20 Listermann Brewing

7605 Wooster Pike, Cincinnati, Ohio 45227; 513-834-8789, fiftywestbrew.com

1621 Dana Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45207; 513-731-1130, listermannbrewing.com

15 FigLeaf Brewing Co.

21 Little Miami Brewing Company

27 N.E.W. Ales Brewing

3387 Cincinnati Dayton Rd., Middletown, Ohio 45044; 513-300-0275, figleafbrewing.com

208 Mill St., Milford, Ohio 45150; 513-713-1121, littlemiamibrewing.com

1521 First Ave., Middletown, Ohio 45044; 513-997-2026, newalesbrewing.com

Come for our family-friendly burger bar, giant beer garden, and volleyball and pickleball leagues. R

Bridging the craft beer gap between Cincinnati and Dayton, our 20-bbl, four-vessel brewhouse has a spacious taproom and patio. 16 Fretboard Brewing Company 5800 Creek Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45242; 513-914-4677, fretboardbrewing.com

Live music venue and award-winning brewery, finely tuned in Blue Ash. #BrewsInTune. R

17 Grainworks Brewing Company 7790 Service Center Dr., West Chester, Ohio 45069; 513-480-2337, grainworks.beer

Home brew shop and brewery. Family owned, Cincinnati brewed, award-winning beer. R

A great riverside taproom with great beers.

R 22 MadTree Brewing Company 3301 Madison Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45209; 513-836-8733, madtreebrewing.com

Enjoy 32 rotating taps in a variety of styles. Meet up with friends for dinner and a beer or fill a growler to go. R 23 March First Brewing and Distilling 7885 E. Kemper Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45249; 513-718-9173, marchfirstbrewing.com

20 High St., Hamilton, Ohio 45011; 513-642-2424, municipal.beer

Located in the historic Fredrick Mueller building in downtown Hamilton with 20 house-brewed beers and seltzers on tap.

A new brewery striving to make craft beer approachable and unique. Changing minds one beer at a time! 28 Narrow Path Brewing Company 106 Karl Brown Way, Loveland, Ohio 45140; 513-291-5503, narrowpathbrewing.com

Our mission is to craft excellent, approachable, inspiring and refreshing beer to quench a thirsty tongue and lift a weary soul. 29 Nine Giant Brewing

6095 Montgomery Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45213; 513-366-4550, ninegiant.com

Cincinnati’s only brewery, cidery and distillery, located in Sycamore Township. Ohio’s most drinkable craft beer.

Artisan craft beer and scratch-made eats.


24 Moerlein Lager House

30 North High Brewing – Hyde Park

18 Happy 2 Brewing Company

115 Joe Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202; 513-421-2337, moerleinlagerhouse.com

2724 Erie Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45208; 513-548-1100, northhighbrewing.com/

Taproom and production facility featuring 20 beers on tap, private rentals spaces, a spacious patio and kitchen coming soon.

8289 Clough Pike, Cincinnati, Ohio 45244; 513-474-3777, facebook.com/happy2brewing

Hand-crafted, incredibly small-batch beer using primarily locally sourced grains and other ingredients. R

Celebrating Cincinnati’s brewing heritage with freshly brewed craft beers adjacent to Great American Ball Park.



locations/hydepark Craft pizzeria in Hyde Park Square, featuring award-winning craft beer from North High Brewing. R

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31 Northern Row Brewery & Distillery 111 W. McMicken Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45202; 513-620-8302, northernrow.com

Situated in a pre-prohibition brewery in OTR, we offer a unique setting to enjoy traditional lagers, craft spirits and food.

R 32 Rhinegeist 1910 Elm St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45202; 513-381-1367, rhinegeist.com

We believe in the power of beer to bring great people together, foment fantastic ideas and build a community.

R 33 Rolling Mill Brewing Company 916 First Ave., Middletown, Ohio 45044; 513-217-4444, rollingmillbc.com

Traditional brewing with not so traditional ingredients. Ohio’s only dedicated glutenfree brewery. 34 Samuel Adams Cincinnati Taproom 1727 Logan St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45202; 513-412-3300, samadamscincy.com

Serving fan favorites and experimental styles brewed exclusively on-site and at our Cincinnati brewery.

35 Sonder Brewing

41 Third Eye Brewing Company

8584 Duke Blvd., Mason, Ohio 45040; 513-779-2739, sonderbrewing.com

11276 Chester Rd., Sharonville, Ohio 45246; 513-771-2739, thirdeyebrewingco.com

36 Sons of Toil Brewing

42 Urban Artifact

Uniquely crafted selection of styles and seasonals. Taproom and kitchen open daily. Groups welcome. R 14090 Klein Rd., Mount Orab, Ohio 45154; 513-473-7417, sonsoftoilbrewing.com

Small-batch, hand-crafted ales, ciders and seltzer. Located in a country setting with food, music, a farmers market and trivia.

R 37 Streetside Brewery 4003 Eastern Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45226; 513-615-5877, streetsidebrewery.com

Brewery in Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood focusing on NEIPAs, fruited sours and barrel aged beers. 38 Swine City Brewing 4614 Industry Dr., Fairfield, Ohio 45014; 513-201-7070, swinecitybrewing.com

Happy making beer, wine, seltzer and cider with a massive outdoor area.

R 39 Taft’s Ale House 1429 Race St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45202; 513-334-1393, taftsbeer.com/location/

tafts-ale-house-cincinnati A craft brewery serving flavorful libations and fare since 2015. R 40 Taft’s Brewpourium 4831 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45232; 513-853-5021, taftsbeer.com/

location/tafts-brewpourium-cincinnati Local brewery serving up New Haven-Style apizza with 15–20 beers on draft.


We believe in helping everyone open their “mind’s eye” to a world of new possibilities, one pint at a time. R 1660 Blue Rock St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45223; 513-542-4222, artifactbeer.com

Brewery with a live music taproom. Stonefired pizzas complement delicious sours. Real fruit, sour beer. R 43 Warped Wing Brewpub & Smokery 5650 Tylersville Rd., Mason, Ohio 45040; 937-222-7003, warpedwing.com

Full-service brewpub featuring a smoked food menu, full bar and over 20 taps.

CENTRAL 1 1487 Brewery 7620 Industrial Pkwy., Plain City, Ohio 43064; 614-536-1487, 1487brewery.com

1487 Brewery recreates the German brewpub experience with a scratch kitchen, taproom and Biergarten. Fun for the entire family. R 2 2 Tones Brewing Co.

4539 E. Broad St., Whitehall, Ohio 43213; 614-762-6281, 2tonesbrewingco.com

We offer 14 taps in a variety of styles, with an emphasis on hop-forward ales.


3 Antiques On High

44 West Side Brewing

714 S. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43206; 614-725-2070, antiquesonhigh.com

3044 Harrison Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45211; 513-661-2337, westsidebrewing.com

We aim to brew traditional beer styles exceptionally well. 45 Wiedemann’s Fine Beer

4811 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45217; 513-482-6970, wiedemannsfinebeer.com

Brewery, taproom and outside seating with a full kitchen and bar serving wine, liquor and Wiedemann’s fine craft beers.

R 46 Woodburn Brewing 2800 Woodburn Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45206; 513-221-2041,

woodburnbrewing.com We look to the phoenix as inspiration, symbolizing the rebirth of Cincinnati’s brewing legacy over the last 100 years.

Producing sour and wild beers and hazy, hoppy IPAs and pale ales. 4 Barley’s Brewing Company 467 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43215; 614-228-2537, barleysbrewing.com

Columbus’ oldest operating brewpub, featuring a full menu, banquet room and vintage arcade space. R

5 The Brew Brothers at Scioto Downs 6000 S. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43207; 614-295-4700, sciotodowns.com/

venue/restaurants/brew-brothers State-of-the-art brewery with awardwinning beer and food. R

Craft Brewery • Food Trucks Live Music • Outdoor Patio Family & Pet Friendly Taproom open seven days a week

20 High Street | Hamilton, Ohio MunicipalBrewWorks.com 513.642.2424 34 OhioCraftBeer.org

6 BrewDog DogTap Columbus

12 Combustion Brewery & Taproom

18 Endeavor Brewing & Spirits

24 Grove City Brewing Company

96 Gender Rd., Canal Winchester, Ohio 43110; 614-908-3051, brewdog.com/usa/

80 W. Church St. #101, Pickerington, Ohio 43147; 614-834-9595, combustionbrewing.com

909 W. Fifth Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43212; 614-732-0086, endeavorbrewing.com

3946 Broadway, Grove City, Ohio 43123; 614-991-0338, grovecitybrewery.com

13 Combustion Brewery & Taproom – Clintonville

19 Forbidden Root

2971 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43202; 614-834-9595,

4080 Worth Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43219; 614-414-6127, forbiddenroot.com/columbus

bars/usa/brewdog-dogtap-columbus Brewdog’s flagship U.S. brewery with food and taps, serving our beers and beers from around the world. R 7 BrewDog Franklinton 463 W. Town St., Columbus, Ohio 43215; 614-908-3077, brewdog.com/usa/

bars/usa/brewdog-franklinton A two-story pub with an epic rooftop bar, BrewDog Franklinton features 24 taps pouring craft beer. R 8 BrewDog New Albany 97 E. Dublin-Granville Rd., New Albany, Ohio 43054; 614-413-0170,

brewdog.com/usa/bars/usa/new-albany BrewDog New Albany features 27 taps pouring craft beer from ourselves, local and worldwide craft breweries. R 9 BrewDog Short North 1175 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43201; 614-908-3051, brewdog.com/usa/

bars/usa/brewdog-short-north BrewDog’s first downtown bar in the Short North Arts District. R 10 Buzzsaw Brewing Company 951 Robinwood Ave., Ste. B, Columbus, Ohio 43213; buzzsaw.beer

Producing fresh, balanced and drinkable craft beer in Pickerington.

combustionbrewing.com/clintonville Combustion Brewery will open their second location this summer!

25 Heart State Brewing Company 505 Morrison Rd., Columbus, Ohio 43230; 614-532-5433, heartstatebrewing.com


5354 Center St., Hilliard, Ohio 43026; 614-219-1500, crookedcanohio.com

20 Gemüt Biergarten

26 Henmick Farm & Brewery

734 Oak St., Columbus, Ohio 43205; 614-725-1725, gemutbiergarten.com

4380 N. Old State Rd., Delaware, Ohio 43015; henmick.com


27 Hofbrauhaus Columbus Brewery & Restaurant

Offering many styles of beer in a market with a dozen unique vendors. 15 Derive Brewing 2808 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43202; 614-732-4186, derivebeer.com

An eclectic brewery focusing on hazy IPAs and Saisons and just about every style in between. R 16 Eastside Brewing Company

1421 Davidson Dr., Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068; 614-762-8001, facebook.com/

eastsidebrewingcompany Enjoy fresh craft beer and SLAB Kitchen on our patio and beer garden. R

11 Columbus Brewing Company

Located at Franklin Peak, Edison’s grand views of downtown Columbus add to a relaxing beer garden.



14 Crooked Can Brewing Company

17 Edison Brewing Company

Fresh, local craft beer from Central Ohio’s largest independent craft brewery.

Forbidden Root is a botanical brewery and restaurant. We focus on creating unique flavor profiles from anything that grows.

Forty taps of locally crafted brews, along with ciders, wine, bourbon, cocktails, a full kitchen and a pet-friendly patio!

Specializing in a wide array of styles, we try to make it easy to drink what your heart desires!

Newly opened beer production facility, specializing in Belgian beer.

2555 Harrison Rd., Columbus, Ohio 43204; 614-224-3626, columbusbrewing.com

Internationally inspired and locally produced craft brewery in Grandview.

785 Science Blvd., Gahanna, Ohio 43230; drinkedison.com

Neighborhood-oriented, German style brewery, biergarten and restaurant in the heart of Olde Towne East, Columbus. 21 The Getaway Brewing Co. 108 N. High St., Dublin, OH 43017;

getawaybrewing.com Your favorite beer from your favorite vacation. R

Find diverse beers on a 100-plus-year-old family farm with large indoor and outdoor spaces.

800 Goodale Blvd., Columbus, Ohio 43212; 614-294-2437, hofbrauhauscolumbus.com

A place where family and friends can enjoy great biers, great food and fun times.

22 Goodwood Columbus


401 N. Front St., Columbus, Ohio 43215; 614-745-1186, goodwood.beer

28 Holy Trinity Brewing Co.

Burgers, brunch and brews in the Arena District. R

23 Grizzlybird Brewing Company 5901-B Chandler Ct., Westerville, Ohio 43082; 614-392-1430, galenabrew.com

Nanobrewery specializing in unique and bold flavors, providing a range of beer styles and a fulfilling experience.

155 N. Fifth St., Columbus, Ohio 43215; 614-600-5576, holytrinitybrewing.com

Brewery with 20 taps serving “A beer for everyone.”

29 Homestead Public House 59 Potter St., Delaware, Ohio 43015; 740-513-3908, homesteadbeerco.com

We offer delicious craft beer and other beverages to go along with all the fun of the popular Food Truck Depot.


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35 Land-Grant Brewing Company

41 Nostalgia Brewing

47 Saucy Brew Works Columbus

424 W. Town St., Columbus, Ohio 43215; 614-427-3946, landgrantbrewing.com

81 Mill St., Ste. 150, Gahanna, Ohio 43230; 614-934-7039, nostalgiabrewing.com

443 W. Third Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43201; 614-696-5100,


saucybrewworks.com/columbus Saucy Brew Works brews fresh local coffee and Ohio craft beer, served best with their award-winning apizzas.

Land-Grant is a brewery, taproom and beer garden in East Franklinton focused on creating an inclusive and welcoming culture. 36 Marion Brewing Co.

30 Hoof Hearted Brewery & Kitchen

151 S. Main St., Marion, Ohio 43302; 740-361-6583, marionbrewing.com

Enjoy a flight on our all-season patio or take a drink outside in Creekside’s DORA.

42 Olentangy River Brewing Company 303 Green Meadows Dr. S., Lewis Center, Ohio 43035; 740-803-1561, olentangybrew.com

R 48 Seventh Son Brewing

Brewery and taproom featuring a rotating draft list. Good beer, local!

Community. That’s what you’ll find at ORBC. Great beer, great coffee and great people. And yes, you can have a beer at 7 a.m.


37 Nocterra Brewing Co. 41 Depot St., Powell, Ohio 43065; 614-896-8000, nocterrabrewing.com

43 Parsons North Brewing Company

49 Sideswipe Brewing Co.

31 Hoof Hearted Brewing

685 Parsons Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43206; 614-824-4208, parsonsnorth.com

2415 Scioto Harper Dr., Columbus, Ohio 43204; 614-401-1598, sideswipebrewing.com

850 N. Fourth St., Columbus, Ohio 43215; 614-522-1655, hoofheartedkitchen.com

Beer and food with the subtlety of David Lee Roth in bunless chaps.

300 Co. Rd. 26, Marengo, Ohio 43334; 567-233-3115, hoofheartedbrewing.com

Craft beer with the subtlety of David Lee Roth in bunless chaps.

32 Hoster Brewing Company hosterbeer.com Hoster’s famous Gold Top Lager and other Crooked River favorites are back. Taproom opening late 2022. 33 Ill Mannered Brewing Company 38 Grace Dr., Powell, Ohio 43065; 614-859-6819, illmanneredbeer.com

Powell’s neighborhood brewery — making award-winning, small-batch beer since 2015. R 34 Jackie O’s on Fourth

171 N. Fourth St., Columbus, Ohio 43215; 614-929-5265, jackieos.com/location/

columbus-taproom Offering cans, bottles and merchandise for carryout. Inside bar and outdoor patio scheduled to open fall 2022.

A full lineup of ales and lagers, specializing in bold IPAs and American sours.

38 North High Brewing Co. 1288 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43201; 614-639-8800, northhighbrewing.com

The original brewery and taproom for award-winning North High Brewing. 39 North High Brewing – Dublin

56 N. High St., Dublin, Ohio 43017; 614-639-8800, northhighbrewing.com

People committed to enjoyable beer, wine, cocktails and atmosphere on Columbus’ south side. 44 Pretentious Barrel House

745 Taylor Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43219; 614-887-7687, pretentiousbarrelhouse.com

Barrel-aging facility focused exclusively on sour beer production. 45 Random Precision Brewing Co. 2365 W. Dublin Granville Rd., Columbus, Ohio 43235; 614-389-3864,

Brewpub in Historic Dublin featuring North High Brewing craft beer and craft food! R

randomprecisionbrewing.com A focus on barrel-aged sours. But if you’d prefer a Berliner weisse, gose, porter or IPA, we brew those too.

40 North High Brewing – Marion

46 Restoration Brew Worx

143 W. Center St., Marion, Ohio 43302; 740-751-6703, northhighbrewing.com

Amato’s new location in Marion, with delicious Italian fare and all North High brews on tap! R

1101 N. Fourth St., Columbus, Ohio 43201; 614-421-2337, seventhsonbrewing.com

We make beer and have a cat.

Microbrewery on the near west side, close to the bike path with a wide selection of beers, regular food trucks and an arcade. 50 Smokehouse Brewing Company 1130 Dublin Rd., Columbus, Ohio 43215; 614-485-0227, smokehousebrewing.com

Crafting award-winning microbrew and barbecue for more than two decades.

R 51 Somewhere In Particular Brewing 5055 Dierker Rd., Columbus, Ohio 43220; 614-826-3723, sipbrew.com

Modern atmosphere with a large open area for seating and outside games, plus great craft beer. R

25 N. Sandusky St., Delaware, Ohio 43015; 740-990-7120, restorationbrewworx.com

Casual brewpub with a from-scratch kitchen. R

STOP, SIP & WIN Follow the 419 Ale Trail and explore Northwest Ohio’s craft brew scene at participating locations. Win prizes along the way, as you raise a glass in the Glass City and around the region.

419AleTrail.com 36 OhioCraftBeer.org



52 Spires Social Brewing Co.

58 Zaftig Brewing Co.

4 Akronym Brewing

10 Codex Brewing

8757 Sancus Blvd., Columbus, Ohio 43240; 614-426-8057, spiressocial.com

7020-A Huntley Rd., Columbus, Ohio 43229; 614-636-2537, drinkzaftig.com

58 E. Market St., Akron, Ohio 44308; 330-805-4081, akronymbrewing.com

6305 Whipple Ave N.W., North Canton, Ohio 44720; 330-305-2721, codexbrewing.com

53 Staas Brewing Company

59 Zaftig Italian Village

An interactive place to experience beer, learn the history, learn the process or just enjoy a pint of your favorite style.

31 W. Winter St., Delaware, Ohio 43015; 740-417-4690, staasbrewing.com

Small-batch brewpub with Belgian and English beer. Enjoy 12 taps and two English beer engines.

54 Taft’s Brewpourium Columbus 440 W. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio 43215; 614-489-8900, taftsbeer.com/location/

tafts-brewpourium-columbus Brewery serving up lots of new brews on tap, plus New Haven-style pizza with a large outdoor patio. R 55 Understory 2571 Neil Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43202; 614-429-3936, understorycbus.com

Small-batch foeder beers are showcased as guests are immersed in the beauty of the Olentangy Trail. R 56 Wild Ohio Brewing 614-262-0000, wildohiobrewing.com Green and black tea is fermented with fruit juice to make a wild tea that is naturally gluten free. 57 Wolf’s Ridge Brewing 215 N. Fourth St., Columbus, Ohio 43215; 614-429-3936, wolfsridgebrewing.com

Independently owned craft brewery with an award-winning restaurant and taproom. R

Zaftig is Worthington’s only craft brewery specializing in big, full-bodied ales. 2020 U.S. Open Beer Championship Gold Medalist.

119 E. Fifth Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43201; 614-902-1730, drinkzaftigitalianvillage.com

Zaftig’s latest addition serving full-bodied ales, plus delicious pub fare. R

NORTHEAST 1 ‘77 Brew House 21 Canal St. W., Navarre, Ohio 44662; 234-410-4420, 77brews.wixsite.com/website

3BBL brew house with a tasting room and deck.

2 5 Barrel Bullet Brewing Company 1690 E. High Ave., New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663; 330-365-9034, 5barrelbullet.com

New Philadelphia’s first brewery in nearly a century located on Harry Clever Field. Beer styles to fit everyone’s tastes. R 3 Aeonian Brewing Company

120 W. Chestnut St., Alliance, Ohio 44601; 330-596-1004, aeonianbrewing.com

We are a family-friendly brewery with 12 beers on tap, full food menu, large taproom and private event space. R

Family-friendly taproom offering superior craft beer, wine and spirits. Serving lunch and dinner daily, plus Sunday brunch.

R 5 Bell Tower Brewing Co. 310 Park Ave., Kent, Ohio 44240; 330-663-2355, belltowerbrewing.com

Cozy neighborhood brewpub serving up delicious craft beer and scratch-made food in an 1858 historic church.

R 6 Biker Brewhouse 5700 Patriot Blvd., Unit B, Austintown, Ohio 44515; 330-520-2266, bikerbrewhouse.net

Only craft beer brewed and bottled in a Harley Davidson dealership. 7 Birdfish Brewing Co.

140 E. Park Ave., Columbiana, Ohio 44408; 330-333-9385, birdfishbrew.com

Righteous beer for the righteous kind.

A variety of styles conscientiously crafted on site with something different each week on 16 rotating taps. 11 Eighty-Three Brewery 1201 E. Market St., Ste. 110, Akron, Ohio 44305; 234-571-1067,

eighty-threebrewery.com Craft brewery in a historic building in Akron. 12 Fat Head’s Brewery 3885 Everhard Rd. N.W., Canton, Ohio 44709; 330-244-8601, fatheads.com

Award-winning brewpub with 30 draft beers and a menu featuring smoke house wings and Headwiches. R 13 Happy Street Brü-Werks 209 S. Gay St., Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050; 740-392-5800, happystreet.beer

Small batch, grain-to-glass, family-owned brewery with food truck and patio.

R 8 Blue Heron Brewery 3227 Blue Heron Trace, Medina, Ohio 44256; 330-870-BLUE, blueheronmedina.com

Enjoy our fresh craft beer, an outdoor amphitheater, hiking trails and mountain bike trails through Austin Badger Park.

R 9 Brighten Brewing Company 1374 S. Cleveland-Massillon Rd., Copley, Ohio 44321; 330-576-3200, brightenbrew.com

As our motto indicates – “Qualis in ebreitatem” – our goal is to give a quality experience every time. R

14 Headtrip Brewery 1634 Norton Rd., Stow, Ohio 44224; 234-284-8417, headtripbrewery.com

At Headtrip, you’ll always find a delicious beer list handcrafted by folks who love drinking great craft beer. 15 HiHO Brewing Co. 1707 Front St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44221; 234-334-7564, hihobrewingco.com

Spacious community taproom overlooking the Cuyahoga River. Enjoy 15 beers on tap and hand-tossed brick oven pizzas!



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16 Hoodletown Brewing Company 424 W. Third St., Dover, Ohio 44622; 330-447-9354, hoodletown.com

Locally owned brewery and taproom in Dover, serving a variety of craft beers. 17 Hop Tree Brewing 1297 Hudson Gate Dr., Hudson, Ohio 44236; 330-342-0060, hoptreebrewing.com

Ten beers brewed on-site and Americanstyle pub food. R 18 Hoppin’ Frog Brewery 1680 E. Waterloo Rd., Akron, Ohio 44306; 330-352-4578, hoppinfrog.com

Vast array of the highest quality beers on tap and to-go, plus fun, adventurous dishes. Treat yourself to the good stuff!

R 19 Hoppy Dude Brews 1369 Ridge Rd., Hinckley, Ohio 44233; 440-328-7468, hoppydudebrews.com

Microbrewery in the heart of Hinckley with 14 taps including staples and a seasonal rotation. 20 Ignite Brewing Company 600 W. Tuscarawas Ave., Barberton, Ohio 44203; 234-571-5289, ignite.beer

Making Beer Make a Difference™.


21 JAFB Wooster Brewery

27 MadCap Brew Co.

33 Missing Falls Brewery

120 Beall Ave., Wooster, Ohio 44691; 330-601-1827, jafbbeer.com

1422 Mogadore Rd., Kent, Ohio 44240; 330-548-9654, madcapbrewco.com

540 S. Main St., Akron, Ohio 44311; 234-231-1000, missingfalls.com

22 Lager Heads Brewing Co.

28 Magic City Brewing Company

325 W. Smith Rd., Medina, Ohio 44256; 330-721-2337, lagerheads.us

2727 Manchester Rd., Akron, Ohio 44319;

A large taproom with a great atmosphere and great beers! Bring your own food or check out our food truck schedule.

Serving handcrafted lagers, ales and fresh pizza just off the historic Medina square.

R 23 Lake Milton Brewery 17762 Mahoning Ave., Lake Milton, Ohio 44429; 330-612-6196,

facebook.com/lakemiltonbrewery Craft beers brewed and served on-site in scenic Lake Milton. 24 Laxton Hollow Brewing Works 302 E. Main St., Lexington, Ohio 44904; 419-884-9463, laxtonhollow.com

Ohio’s only cask-exclusive brewery. Operating as a nanobrewery, we focus on hand-pulled British styles. R 25 Lock 15 Brewing Co. 21 W. North St., Akron, Ohio 44304; 234-900-8277, lock15brewing.com

Seven-barrel brewhouse, full bar and open expo-style kitchen in view of dining room along with covered dog-friendly patio.

R 26 Lockport Brewery 10748 Wilkshire Blvd. N.E., Bolivar, Ohio 44612; 330-874-6037, lockportbeer.com

Family-friendly taproom with 16 beers, full food menu, dog-friendly beer garden and deck overlooking the golf course!

We pride ourselves on the love we have for brewing beers that we can share … and give quirky names to!

mcbcisacult.com MCBC is a cult. R

Missing Falls welcomes craft beer lovers of all ages. R

34 Missing Mountain Brewing Company 2811 Front St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44221; 234-706-2212, missingmountain.com

Beer, food and Cuyahoga River views. We love Ohio, but all it’s missing is a mountain.

29 Maize Valley Brewery


6193 Edison St. N.E., Hartville, Ohio 44632; 330-877-8344, maizevalley.com

35 Modern Methods Brewing Company


Brewing traditional and adventurous styles in the craft revolution.

A brewery and winery on a family farm. 30 McArthur’s Brew House

2721 Front St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44221; 330-805-4600, mcarthursbrewhouse.com

A nanobrewery located in Cuyahoga Falls. Our goal is to make high-quality craft beer!

R 31 Medina Brewing Company 320 S. Court St., Medina, Ohio 44256; 330-952-1217, medinabrewingcompany.com

Family-owned brewery and taproom located in the historic Medina Farmer’s Exchange.

R 32 Millersburg Brewing Company 60 E. Jackson St., Millersburg, Ohio 44654; 330-674-4728, millersburgbrewing.com

Twenty beers on tap and full restaurant located in historic Millersburg.


125 David Grohl Alley, Warren, Ohio 44481; 330-333-1594, modernmethodsbrew.com

36 Mount Vernon Brewing Company 7 N. Main St., Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050; 740-326-1220, mvbc.beer

A friendly neighborhood taproom featuring 10 small handcrafted beers, ciders and seltzers. R 37 Muskellunge Brewing Company 425 Fifth St. N.W., Canton, Ohio 44702; 513-802-3417, muskybrewco.com

Second craft brewery and homebrewing supply store in downtown Canton with 12 beers on tap. Bring your own food and cheers! 38 Noble Creature Cask House 126 E. Rayen Ave., Youngstown, Ohio 44503; 234-719-1827, noblecreaturebeer.com

Independent brewpub focused on lagers, ales and mixed culture fermentations in a historic church. R






Located above Br3w3ry at the Rt 33/664 interchange in the Hocking Hills


740-385-6033 - 12684 COLLEGE PROSPECT DRIVE, LOGAN, OHIO 43138

SEVENTH SON BREWING has been producing exceptional beer at the corner of 4th and 4th in historic Italian Village since April 2013. Modern and open taproom plus patios and a new rooftop patio with a full bar. Food trucks daily. Hours: Sun. 11 a.m.–midnight, Tues.–Thurs. 3:30 p.m.–midnight, Fri.–Sat. 11 a.m.–2 a.m. 1101 N. 4th St., Columbus,Ohio 43201; 614-421-BEER, seventhsonbrewing.com




ECT PROT 714 S. High St. Columbus, OH antiquesonhigh.com

ANTIQUES ON HIGH produces exceptional wood aged sour and wild ales and hazy IPAs in the Brewery District just south of downtown Columbus. Beautiful taproom and partially covered rooftop patio. Regularly scheduled rotating roster of food trucks.

38 OhioCraftBeer.org





(440) 245-6268

39 North Water Brewing

45 R. Shea Brewing – Canal Place

51 Stein Brewing Company

57 Wrecking Crew Brew Works

101 Crain Ave., Kent, Ohio 44240; 340-777-4677, northwaterbrewing.com

540 S. Main St., Ste. 214, Akron, Ohio 44311; 234-571-5036, rsheabrewing.com

109 S. Main St., Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050; 740-830-6760, steinbrewco.com

144 N. Court St., Medina, Ohio 44256; 330-952-1480, wreckingcrewbrewworks.com

Newer brewery located along the Cuyahoga River and Portage County Hike & Bike Trail.

Craft brewery, taproom and restaurant located at Canal Place in downtown Akron.


40 Ohio Brewing Company

46 R. Shea Brewing – Merriman Valley

2250 Front St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44221; 234-208-6243, ohiobrewing.com

1662 Merriman Rd., Akron, Ohio 44313; 330-794-5654, rsheabrewing.com

Award-winning brewpub producing an array of styles from German ales to Irish reds, stouts and lagers. R 41 Paladin Brewing

6520 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown, Ohio 44515; 330-272-1494, paladinbrewing.com

Large tavern, patio and backyard with a tasteful medieval atmosphere. 24 beers on tap with a kitchen to serve your appetite.

R 42 Paradigm Shift Brewery 128 North Ave. N.E., Massillon, Ohio 44646; 330-880-0008, paradigmshiftbrew.com

A brewpub offering 18 beers on tap, growlers and crowlers to go, and weekly food specials. R 43 Penguin City Brewing Company

460 E. Federal St., Youngstown, Ohio 44503; 330-755-0709, penguincity.beer

Repurposed 32,000-sq.-ft. warehouse brewery, taproom and event center in Youngstown.

44 The Phoenix Brewing Company 131 N. Diamond St., Mansfield, Ohio 44902; 419-522-2552, phoenixbrewing.com

Featuring 16 taps of handcrafted beers in a century-old former mortuary in Mansfield’s historic Carrousel District.

Great food. Great beer. Great day. R

47 Royal Docks Brewing Co. Foeder House + Kitchen 2668 Easton St. N.E., Canton, Ohio 44721; 330-353-9103, docks.beer

Taproom and kitchen in Plain Township focusing on wood-aged beers.

R 48 Royal Docks Brewing Co. Taproom + Kitchen 7162 Fulton Dr. N.W., Canton, Ohio 44718; 330-353-9103, docks.beer

Award-winning brewery and kitchen fusing the craft renaissance with British pub culture. R 49 Sandy Springs Brewing Company 232 N. Market St., Minerva, Ohio 44657; 330-522-4024, sandyspringsbrewery.com

Nestled in downtown Minerva with a beer garden, 16 beers on tap and two Airbnbs next door! R 50 Shale Brewing Company

Full-service restaurant and taproom inside the Woodward Opera House (the oldest 19th century opera house in the country).

R 52 Thirsty Dog Brewing Co. 587 Grant St., Akron, Ohio 44311; 234-571-1456, thirstydog.com

Founded in 1997 in the former Burkhardt Brewery. Visit our taphouse with 18 taps and two beer engines. 53 Two Monks Brewing Company

11782 E. Washington St., Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44023; 440-708-7028, 8thdaybrewing.com

Traditional brewed European beers. Craft beer for the masses. R

Simple and comfortable decor with an amazing and diverse beer selection, great people and cool vibes.

54 UnHitched Brewing Co. 115 S. Mill St., Louisville, Ohio 44641; 330-871-8021, unhitched.beer

2 Avon Brewing Company

We offer 16 taps of fresh beer, a small rotation of cocktails/wine and a chef-driven food menu. R 55 Uniontown Brewing Co. 105 W. Main St., Ashland, Ohio 44805; 567-215-5019, uniontownbrewing.com

37040 Detroit Rd., Avon, Ohio 44011; 440-937-1816, avonbrewingcompany.com

Our mission is to create unrivaled, handcrafted beer with an emphasis on fresh, local, casual dining traditions and impeccable service. R

3 Bascule Brewery and Public House

A brewpub nestled in a 171-year-old building on Main Street in downtown Ashland! We have 15 beers on tap and patio seating. R

1397 Colorado Ave., Lorain, Ohio 44052; 440-317-0944, facebook.com/

basculebreweryandpublichouse Where history, culture and industry come together.

56 Wadsworth Brewing Company


wadsworthbrewingcompany.com We produce small-batch craft beer with a cozy downtown taproom. R

126 Main St., Wadsworth, Ohio 44281; 330-475-4935,

GREATER CLEVELAND 1 8th Day Brewing Company

352 Massillon Rd., Akron, Ohio 44312; 234-738-2337, 2monksbru.com

7253 Whipple Ave. N.W., North Canton, Ohio 44720; 330-776-8812, shalebrewing.com

“Craft Beer For All People.”

Punk rock brewery in the heart of historic Medina. Constantly rotating beers, great music and better people.

4 Blue Monkey Brewing Company 5540 Wallings Rd., North Royalton, Ohio 44133; 440-628-9152, bluemonkeybrewing.com

Family-owned, family-friendly, small-batch brewery.

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5 Bookhouse Brewing 1526 W. 25th St., Cleveland, Ohio 44113; 216-862-4048, bookhouse.beer

Small brewery and taproom offering innovative and approachable beers in a cozy, historic space. 6 Boss Dog Brewing Co.

2179 Lee Rd., Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118; 216-321-2337, bossdogbrewing.com

Created by two brothers, this locally sourced, full-service restaurant and brewery is a Cleveland original. R 7 The Brew Kettle Strongsville 8377 Pearl Rd., Strongsville, Ohio 44136; 440-239-8788, thebrewkettle.com

Award-winning beers served alongside barbecue. R 8 BrewDog Cleveland Outpost 1956 Carter Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 44113; 216-367-2494,

brewdog.com/usa/bars/usa/cleveland BrewDog comes to the Flats with this 30-tap bar pouring craft beer from ourselves, local and worldwide craft breweries. R

9 Brick and Barrel Brewery

15 Cornerstone Brewing Co

21 Forest City Brewery

1844 Columbus Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 44113; 216-331-3308, brickandbarrelbrewing.com

58 Front St., Berea, Ohio 44017; 440-239-9820, cornerstonebrewing.com

2135 Columbus Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 44113; 216-228-9116, forestcitybrewery.com

10 Broadview Brewing Company

16 Crooked Pecker Brewing Company

22 Ghost Tree Brewing

4001-A Towpath Rd., Broadview Heights, Ohio 44147; 440-627-6017,

8284 Washington St., Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44023; 440-384-3452,

broadviewbrewingcompany.com Family-owned brewery with a beer menu that reflects the name, plus smoothie seltzers!

crookedpeckerbrewing.com Taproom, beer garden and brewery offering a rotating draft list, specializing in hazy IPAs and stouts.

223 Church St., Amherst, Ohio 44001; 440-984-3103, ghosttreebrewing.com

11 Bummin’ Beaver Brewery

17 Double Wing Brewing Company

11610 Washington St., Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44023; 440-543-9900, bumminbeaver.com

7840 Doty Rd., Madison, Ohio 44057; 440-466-3485, doublewingbrewingco.com

1361 E. 55th St., Cleveland, Ohio 44103; 216-465-1352, goldhornbrewery.com

18 ESP Brewing Company

24 Great Lakes Brewing Co.

Taphouse offering house-brewed ales and wine in a cozy space with beercentric decor.

Eccentric brews to tantalize your taste buds, plus fan favorites too. 12 Butcher and the Brewer

2043 E. Fourth St., Cleveland, Ohio 44115; 216-331-0805, butcherandthebrewer.com

Serving eclectic small plates and handbuilt brews using quality ingredients and modern techniques. 13 Cloven Hoof Brewing Co.

1308 Bridge St., Ashtabula, Ohio 44004; 440-536-4344, clovenhoofbrewing.com

Extremely nano batches of beer with high creativity in a comfortable, edgy, yet welcoming environment.

14 Collision Bend Brewing Company 1250 Old River Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 44113; 216-273-7879, collisionbendbrewery.com

Located on the East Bank of the Flats, this brewpub features house beers with the best views in town. R

Brewpub with a lineup of house drafts and a large, varied menu including pizza, burgers and sandwiches. R

We brew world-class beer for passionate brew drinkers. Come and visit our Beer Bar located at the Debonné Vineyards Winery in Madison, Ohio. R

8055 Leavitt Rd. (St. Rte. 58), Amherst, Ohio 44001; 440-370-3063, espbrewingco.com

Homemade brews, small plates, outdoor patio and friendly atmosphere.

R 19 Fat Head’s Brewery & Beer Hall 17450 Engle Lake Dr., Middleburg Heights, Ohio 44130; 216-898-0242, fatheads.com

Airy, industrial-style brewery with lots of pub grub and craft draft beer, including seasonal options. R 20 Fat Head’s Brewery & Saloon 24581 Lorain Rd., North Olmsted, Ohio 44070; 440-801-1001, fatheads.com

Where old meets brew. European classics and new-age American-style beers.


We are Amherst’s first brewery. Not only brewing handcrafted beers, but also creating lasting relationships in the community. R 23 Goldhorn Brewery

We believe beer is more than just a beverage. It’s a shared experience between brewer, buyer and community.

R 2516 Market Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44113; 216-771-4404, greatlakesbrewing.com

Ohio’s original craft brewery, independent and employee-owned. Enjoy year-round, seasonal and pub exclusive beers and bites in our historic brewpub.

R 25 Hofbräuhaus Cleveland 1550 Chester Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44114; 216-621-2337, hofbrauhauscleveland.com

German microbrewery, bier hall, restaurant and bier garden replicating Munich, Germany’s 400-year-old Hofbräuhaus.


Award-winning brewpub with 40 draft beers, full menu featuring smoke house wings and Headwiches. R

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26 Hop Brothers Brewing

32 Mentor Brewing Company

38 Rocky River Brewing Co.

32650 Lorain Rd., North Ridgeville, Ohio 44039; 440-281-9353, hopbrothersbrewing.com

9528 Diamond Centre Dr., Mentor, Ohio 44060; 440-951-2739,

21290 Center Ridge Rd., Rocky River, Ohio 44116; 440-895-2739, rockyriverbrewco.com


mentorbrewingcompany.com Small, community-focused brewery.


Micro-brewery located in North Ridgeville. 27 Immigrant Son Brewery

18120 Sloane Ave., Lakewood, Ohio 44107; 216-600-4483, immigrantsonbrewing.com

We celebrate the world around us with our beer and food. We want to share it with you. R 28 The Jolly Scholar 11111 Euclid Ave., Thwing Center, Cleveland, Ohio 44106; 216-368-0090,

thejollyscholar.com Laid-back bar and kitchen on campus pairing a selection of pub grub with house brews and more. R 29 Market Garden Brewery 1849 W. 24th St., Cleveland, Ohio 44113; 216-373-0700,

marketgardenbrewery.com/brewery Buy MGB/CLE merch and attend a guided or self-guided tour of our 35,000-squarefoot brewery. 30 Market Garden Brewpub 1947 W. 25th St., Cleveland, Ohio 44113; 216-621-4000, marketgardenbrewery.com

Brewing a deep line-up of award-winning beers. R 31 Masthead Brewing Co.

1261 Superior Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44114; 216-206-6176, mastheadbrewingco.com

Spacious, award-winning brewery in downtown Cleveland offering many house-made beers, wood-fired pizza and a dog-friendly patio. R

33 Nano Brew Cleveland 1859 W. 25th St., Cleveland, Ohio 44113; 216-862-6631, nanobrewcleveland.com

A bicycle-friendly, neighborhood brewpub located in the beer district of Ohio City in Cleveland. R 34 Noble Beast Brewing Company 1470 Lakeside Ave. E., Cleveland, Ohio 44114; 216-417-8588, noblebeastbeer.com

Carefully crafted beers and true farmto-table food in a converted warehouse.

R 35 North High Brewing - Ohio City 2814 Detroit Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44113; 216-800-4900, northhighbrewing.com

North High’s first Cleveland brewpub in the heart of Ohio City. R 36 Pulpo Beer Company 3941 Erie St., Willoughby, Ohio 44094; 440-527-8101, pulpobeerco.com

Enriching customers with unique, quality brews and bringing our Latin heritage to Northeast Ohio. R 37 Railroad Brewing Company 1010 Center Rd., Avon, Ohio 44011; 440-723-8234, railroadbrewingcompany.com

A small 10-bbl brewery and taproom bringing fresh, local craft beer to our community.

One of Cleveland’s oldest brewpubs. 39 Saucy Brew Works

2885 Detroit Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44113; 216-666-2568, saucybrewworks.com

43 Southern Tier Brewing Company – Downtown Cleveland 811 Prospect Ave. E., Cleveland, Ohio 44115; 440-484-4045,

stbcbeer.com/taprooms/cleveland Full-service taproom with 30 taps featuring CLE Brew’d beers and national favorites.


Founded in 2017, Saucy Brew Works is a Cleveland-based brewery serving up a wide range of high-quality craft beer.

44 Terrestrial Brewing Company


facebook.com/terrestrialbrewing Industrial-chic brewery and taproom with plenty of patio seating offering adventurous house beers. R

40 Saucy Brew Works – Pinecrest 400 Park Ave., Ste. 170, Orange Village, Ohio 44122; 216-293-7773,

saucybrewworks.com/pinecrest Saucy Brew Works Pinecrest is your onestop shop to start your day with coffee and end with Ohio craft beer and apizza.

R 41 Schnitz Ale Brewery 5729 Pearl Rd., Parma, Ohio 44129; 440-340-4353, schnitzalebrewery.com

Parma’s first brewery. We specialize in classic German styles and have a smokehouse and scratch kitchen.

7524 Father Frascati Dr., Cleveland, Ohio 44102; 216-465-9999,

45 Unplugged Brewing Company 201 E. Bridge St., Elyria, Ohio 44035; 440-345-6972, unplugbrew.com

Helping you unplug from the stresses of everyday life by providing a place where you can relax and drink beer. 46 Working Class Brewery 17448 Lorain Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44111; 216-544-8703, workingclassbrewery.com


Working Class Brewery produces all styles of craft beer. We’re sure to have something you like. R

42 Sibling Revelry Brewing

47 ZZ’s Big Top

29305 Clemens Rd., Westlake, Ohio 44145; 440-471-8589, siblingrevelrybrewing.com

Full-service taproom and restaurant offering year-round brews, seasonal varieties and taproom exclusives. R

35015 Detroit Rd., Avon, Ohio 44011; 440-695-0536, zzsbigtop.com

Warm and cozy neighborhood tavern with tremendous food and family service. Cleveland Magazine rated “Best Roadhouse.” R


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Award: Gold Beer: Ziegler, MadTree Brewing Style: American-style Amber Lager

Award: Bronze Beer: Megaphone, Inside the Five Brewing Style: Irish-Style Red Ale

Award: Silver Beer: Common Ale, Immigrant Son Brewery Style: English Mild or Bitter

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Award: Bronze Beer: Woden’s Hunt Dunkel, Gemüt Biergarten Style: European Dark Lager

Great American Beer Festival 2021 Award: Gold Beer: Father G’s Bees, Brink Brewing Style: Honey Beer Award: Gold Beer: Hefeweizen, JAFB Wooster Brewery Style: German Wheat Ale Award: Gold Beer: Higher Purpose, Third Eye Brewing Style: Sweet Stout or Cream Stout Award: Gold Beer: Pentuple, Hoppin’ Frog Brewery Style: Belgian-style Strong Specialty Ale Award: Silver Beer: Berliner Nice!, Eighty-Three Brewery Style: Specialty Berliner-style Weisse

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Award: Bronze Beer: French 75, Sonder Brewing Style: Wood- and Barrel-Aged Sour Beer

Dungeon Hollow Brewing Company (Wintersville)

Award: Bronze Beer: Frogichlaus Swiss-style Celebration Lager, Hoppin’ Frog Brewery Style: German-style Doppelbock or Eisbock

Full Circle Brewgarden (Englewood)

Award: Bronze Beer: Golem Czech Pils, Gemüt Biergarten Style: German-style Pilsener

Hi-Wire Brewing – Cincinnati (Cincinnati)

Four Paws Brewery (Columbia Station)

Hard Mule Seltzer Company (Akron) Haven Brewing (Oberlin)

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Bridge’s End Brewing Company (Shawnee Hills)

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Rowhammer Brewing Company (Chauncey)

Supporting Your Brewery Operations 417 Applegrove Street NW North Canton, OH 44720


Award: Bronze Beer: Toasty, The Brew Brothers Eldorado Scioto Downs Racino Style: English Mild or Bitter

Award: Silver Beer: Daybreak, Wolf’s Ridge Brewing Style: Coffee Beer

Award: Silver Beer: Frogichlaus Swiss-style Celebration Lager, Hoppin’ Frog Brewery Style: German-Style Doppelbock or Eisbock

Award: Silver Beer: Midwest Red IPA, Masthead Brewing Style: Strong Red Ale



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Think Shop / Red Hot Promotions 859-441-4684, brand-elevation.com Top Hops Farm 810-240-0163, tophopsfarm.com Triad Technologies 937-832-2861, triadtechnologies.com Tripack LLC 513-248-1255, tripack.net Trucent 734-253-2904, trucent.com/ craft-beer-clarification Tshep Headwear & Apparel 330-284-2198, tshepheadwear.com Union Bank Co. 740-549-3400, theubank.com

Rustic Brew Farm, LLC 614-328-6771, rusticbrewfarm.com

Vessel Packaging Co. 877-959-2267, vesselpackaging.com

Rustling Bines Hop Farm 440-263-3760, facebook.com/ rustlingbineshopfarm

VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm 859-331-3300, vlcpa.com

Sahm, INC 419-661-5963, sahmglass.com

Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP 614-464-6400, vorys.com

Saica Pack US 513-378-8100, saica.com Sanitary Fittings LLC 414-719-9882, sanitaryfittings.us Sartorius Corporation 631-254-4249, sartorius.com Schaefer Container Systems 404-349-4524, schaefercontainers.com Schroedel, Scullin & Bestic CPAs 330-533-1131, ssb-cpa.com

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Shade Headwear 567-208-2633, shadeheadwear.com

Wholesale Beer & Wine Association of Ohio, INC 614-224-3500, wbwao.org

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Wickens Herzer Panza 440-695-8000, wickenslaw.com

Smyth Companies 651-646-4544, smythco.com

Pro Chiller Systems 800-845-7781, prochiller.com

Sprinkman Brewing Systems 800-816-1610, sprinkman.com

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Quality Tank Solutions 262-443-5824, qts4u.com

Thielmann US 281-741-8547, thielmann.com/en

The Utilities Group 513-481-7954, theutilitiesgroup.com

Spartan Chemical Company 800-537-8991, spartanchemical.com

Quality Mechanicals Inc. 513-854-8005, qualitymechanicals.com

TagaBrew 734-679-9796, tagabrew.com

Rush Truck Centers of Ohio 614-541-4505, rushtruckcenters.com

Prestige Merchandising 989-671-4033, prestigeglassware.com

Proximity Malt 414-755-8398, proximitymalt.com

Strategic Public Partners, LLC 614-222-8490, sppgrp.com

Sterling Process Engineering & Services, Inc. 614-868-5151, sterlingpe.com Stickersandmore.com 888-644-7745, stickersandmore.com/brewery

Wildpack Beverage 443-873-0103, wildpackbev.com William Exline, Inc. 216-941-0800, williamexline.com Wiring Unlimited Inc. 216-671-1800, wiringunlimitedinc.com Yakima Chief Hops 509-457-3200, yakimachief.com Yarian Quality Malts 330-853-0981







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