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Columbus distillery begins selling absinthe

 

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A startup distillery known for non-traditional flavors has added absinthe to its lineup.

 

451 Spirits, based at at 590-D Oakland Park Ave. in Clintonville, began selling the high-octane, historically fraught spirit from a test run that co-owner David Chew expects to expand this fall.

 

More below:

http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/06/09/columbus-distillery-begins-selling-absinthe.html


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Craft brewer taking former World of Beer space in the Brewery District

By Dan Eaton, Staff reporter - Columbus Business First

Updated: June 10, 2016, 3:08pm EDT

 

Rockmill Brewery is adjusting its German Village plans in part by adding a new tavern and brewpub in the Brewery District.

 

The Lancaster area craft brewer still plans to take over part of the historic Juergen’s Bakery at 525 Fourth Street, a project that has met with some neighborhood opposition in German Village, but in the meantime it also will be moving into the former World of Beer space at 503 S. Front Street.

 

MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/06/10/brewpub-coming-to-former-world-of-beer-space-in.html

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Rockmill Brewery building 'dream' plant, restaurant and event center

 

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Rockmill Brewery is raising its Columbus visibility with a pair of projects in German Village and the Brewery District, but the biggest expansion on tap is at the company's converted farm in the Lancaster area.

 

Greenfield Township trustees last month approved a redevelopment plan that Rockmill co-owner Matthew Barbee said will allow for a “boutique system” that'll be a more efficient, state-of-the-art brewery.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/06/14/rockmill-brewery-building-dream-plant-restaurant.html


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This is old, but from the list I know Hoof Hearted's tap room / gastropub is up and running as is Kindred Artisan Ales.  Three Tigers is mentioned above.

 

2 Tones was set to open this month - anyone have any info on that?

 

Combustion is set for an October opening

 

Is Grove City Brewing up and running?

 

The number of breweries in the Columbus metro area will probably be near 40 by the end of the year, especially if you count crossovers like Platform, Hoof Hearted, etc.

 


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Columbus Brewing bottling beloved Bodhi – here's how to get you some

By Dan Eaton, Staff reporter - Columbus Business First

Updated: July 1, 2016, 1:50pm EDT

 

Beer fans, rejoice – bottles of Columbus Brewing Co.’s Bodhi are going on sale.

 

The revered local beer is being packaged for the first time and its Columbus-based craft brewer is marking the occasion with a release event set for July 16.

 

MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/07/01/columbus-brewing-bottling-beloved-bodhi-heres-how.html

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Columbus Brewing brings on strategy chief from BrewDog to 'take the cuffs off and grow'

By Dan Eaton, Staff reporter - Columbus Business First

July 1, 2016, 2:26pm EDT

 

The Bodhi release isn’t the only bit of news from Columbus Brewing Co.  The company also said it hired Jason Davis as its new director of strategic planning. Davis, who worked at Columbus Brewing early in his 25-year career in the industry, joins from BrewDog USA.  He was hired as vice president of the expanding Scottish brewery in January after spending the bulk of his career with Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

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With Columbus Brewing’s expansion — six new 120-barrel fermentation tanks were installed this week adding another 75 percent to capacity on top of the initial expansion into its new 50,000-square-foot brewery six months ago — and the company’s need and desire for bigger picture planning, Davis said he was drawn to the new position and the opportunity to work with a good friend.

 

MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/07/01/columbus-brewing-brings-on-strategy-chief-from.html

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Italian Village brewers' corridor getting new brewpub with rooftop patio bar (plus 8 for-sale homes)

 

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Another brewpub is in the works along what’s becoming Columbus’ brewers’ row.

 

Arch City Development LLC plans to build a 2,983-square-foot brewery and restaurant at the southwest corner of North Fourth Street and East Fifth Avenue in the Italian Village neighborhood, with eight townhomes to the south, fronting North Fourth Street.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/07/15/italian-village-brewers-corridor-getting-new.html


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Buckeye Bourbon House Coming Soon to Gay Street

 

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Gay Street will soon be home to a new place to drink Downtown. The North Carolina based Concord Hospitality Enterprises announced today that they would be launching the “Buckeye Bourbon House” in a 4,000 square foot space inside the Buckeye Building, located at 36 East Gay Street.

 

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http://www.columbusunderground.com/buckeye-bourbon-house-coming-soon-to-gay-street


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Warehouse Containing Local Beer Distributor Burns in Overnight Fire

 

The Dick Cold Storage warehouse located at 3080 Valleyview Drive burned down in an overnight fire.  Local Columbus fire crews battled the blaze, and while there were no injuries reported, the building and its products are being called a complete loss.  The warehouse owners sublet space to local businesses including craft beer company 17th Star Distributing, which launched in 2014.

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In the short term, local beer fans might notice a shortage in brands represented by 17th Star, including The Brew Kettle, Cismontane Brewing, Iron Fist Brewing, Common House Ales, Stout Brewing, and the Employee Brewing Company.

 

MORE: http://www.columbusunderground.com/warehouse-containing-local-beer-distributor-burns-in-overnight-fire

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BrewDog's 55% ABV beer (with stuffed squirrel) can be yours — for a price

 

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With big beers now legal in Ohio, one of the biggest will be available here.

 

If you have an extra $20,000.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/08/31/brewdogs-55-abv-beer-with-stuffed-squirrel-can-be.html


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Another craft beer distributor launches in Columbus

 

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Craft beer isn’t a business for brewers alone. As Central Ohio’s beer-making scene grows, it has sprouted related enterprises, be they bars and restaurants or hops and barley growers.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/09/02/another-craft-beer-distributor-launches-in.html


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2 Tones Brewing, Central Ohio's newest craft brewery, hits the market

 

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The beer is flowing from 2 Tones Brewing Co.

 

The Whitehall-based craft brewery delivered its first kegs in August and is now working to keep up its supply while balancing the limitations of its system and the fact that the founders both still hold day jobs.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/09/08/2-tones-brewing-central-ohios-newest-craft-brewery.html


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...but in bigger news for Columbus, BrewDog selected their site in...

 

BrewDog CEO reveals Franklinton pub site, new start date for U.S. production

 

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BrewDog is putting a pub at 463 W. Town St. in Franklinton.

 

BrewDog USA Inc. may be behind its initial timeline, but its leadership remains undaunted.

 

The public got its first look at the Scotland-based craft brewer’s $30.4 million, 100,000-square-foot Canal Winchester brewery over the weekend as 1,000 investors were invited in for the company’s first ever U.S. AGM ("annual general mayhem" in BrewDog parlance), a combination business meeting, beer festival and concert.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/09/26/brewdog-ceo-reveals-franklinton-pub-site-new-start.html


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Columbus craft brewer expanding with taproom in Clintonville

 

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After a few false starts in its first four years, Actual Brewing Co. is moving forward with a second taproom.

 

The Columbus-based craft brewer has signed a lease for a 2,500-square-foot space at 2808 N. High St., a former flower shop next to Lucky’s Market and a post office. It hopes to open the Clintonville taproom in 2017.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/09/28/columbus-craft-brewer-expanding-with-taproom-in.html


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BrewDog's building is ready ... but apparently the brewing equipment is not:

 

Snags delay BrewDog's beer production locally

By JD Malone, The Columbus Dispatch

Monday, October 3, 2016 - 5:31 PM

 

The Scottish craft beer maker has hit some snags in its expansion across the Atlantic, including delays with construction and delivery of equipment, but its India pale ales and other suds should begin flowing early next year.

 

"We’re looking at February or March at the moment for our first release from Ohio," said co-founder James Watt. ... With the brewing equipment running behind, hiring has been put off until January, Watt said.

 

MORE: http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/business/2016/10/03/snags-delay-brewdogs-beer-production-locally.html

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Touring Platform Beer Co.'s under-construction downtown space

 

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Platform Beer Co.’s Columbus experiments will go beyond a steady stream of small batch brews.

 

The Cleveland-based craft brewer will use its downtown space as both a barrel house and cider house for its growing operations.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/10/19/photos-touring-platform-beer-co-s-under.html


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Elevator Brewing rebrands with photography

BY RICK ARMON, THE BEER BLOG

Published: October 19, 2016

 

Dick Stevens always tries to wear some article of clothing that bears the Elevator Brewing Co. brand when he’s out and about.  Whether it’s a hat.  Or shirt.  Or whatever.  The Elevator founder figures it’s a little way to spread some awareness about the Columbus brewery.

 

What he's found is that many people have never heard of Elevator, a brewery that has won two bronze medals at the Great American Beer Festival.  “When we’ve been around for 17 years and nobody has heard of us, that’s a problem,” Stevens said.  To try to fix that, Elevator is rebranding, following the suit of Great Lakes Brewing Co. in Cleveland, Maumee Bay Brewing Co. in Toledo and Columbus Brewing Co. in Columbus, which also have redesigned their logos and packaging in recent years.

 

Despite its longevity, Elevator believes it has gotten lost among all the new breweries that have popped open in Ohio during the recent craft beer craze.  Craft beer drinkers seem to want new, new new and the media spotlight often shines brightest on the state's new brands.  Rebranding is a way to recapture some attention. ... Elevator, which operates both a production brewery and restaurant in downtown Columbus, opted to go with photography because it’s uncommon among breweries and will help distinguish the brand on store shelves, Stevens said.

 

MORE: http://www.ohio.com/blogs/the-beer-blog/the-beer-blog-1.273124/elevator-brewing-rebrands-with-photography-1.720423

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On eve of 2nd anniversary, Land-Grant Brewing looks at another jump in production

 

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Ahhh, these breweries, they grow up so fast.

 

It was just two years ago that Franklinton’s Land-Grant Brewing Co. turned a vacant manufacturing space at 424 W. Town St. into a 12,000-square-foot craft brewery and taproom.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/10/21/on-eve-of-anniversary-land-grant-brewing-looks-for.html


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Food pairing: Rockmill Brewery finally gets a kitchen to match its beers

 

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The culmination for Rockmill Brewery of years of dreaming and months of deliberation opens to the public this week.

 

The Lancaster-area craft brewery is opening Rockmill Tavern at 502 S. Front St. in the Brewery District on Wednesday, Oct. 26. The 3,800-square-foot restaurant not only transports the brewery’s Belgian-style beers to a more urban setting, but it also allows owner Matthew Barbee to finally pair his creations with food on a regular basis.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/10/24/food-pairing-rockmill-brewery-finally-gets-a.html


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On eve of 2nd anniversary, Land-Grant Brewing looks at another jump in production

 

Ahhh, these breweries, they grow up so fast.

 

It was just two years ago that Franklinton’s Land-Grant Brewing Co. turned a vacant manufacturing space at 424 W. Town St. into a 12,000-square-foot craft brewery and taproom.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/10/21/on-eve-of-anniversary-land-grant-brewing-looks-for.html

 

Really impressed how much Land-Grant Brewery has done in their first two years:

 

- Getting its beer sold at Crew and Blue Jackets games plus being one of several local brews now available inside Ohio Stadium.

- Land-Grant branded beer stand at Nationwide Arena for Blue Jackets games.

- Land-Grant branded bar coming soon to John Glenn Columbus International Airport.

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Westerville venture ready to tap craft beer, bourbon, but needs voter approval first

 

Before the taps at the Draft Room can flow, voters will have to give the planned beer and bourbon bar a thumbs-up.

 

The new venture at 570 Schrock Road in Westerville is one of several businesses asking for voter approval of liquor options Nov. 8. Unlike some that are just seeking Sunday sales to expand business, Nick Baker’s new venture can’t exist without a yes vote.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/10/31/westerville-venture-ready-to-tap-craft-beer.html


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Liquor options in Clintonville, Westerville win voter support

 

Several Central Ohio business owners can breath a sigh of relief (or raise a celebratory glass) as voters comfortably backed sales-expanding liquor options in Tuesday’s election.

 

Of the nearly 40 local options on Franklin County ballots, only three failed — a BP at 3140 E. Main St. that lost for weekday and Sunday beer sales by votes of 294 to 244 and 292 to 254, respectively; and a Certified at 2483 Parsons Ave. that was seeking Sunday sales of alcohol and was defeated 213 to 190.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/11/09/liquor-options-in-clintonville-westerville-and.html


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1-hour alcohol delivery service rebrands as Refill, starts courting bars and restaurants

 

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An app for one-hour alcohol and snack delivery from Franklin County liquor stores saw monthly sales double in October from September. Compared with October 2015, the sales multiple is 2,000.

 

"That first October, we thought it was busy," said Anthony Reynolds, co-founder and chief marketing officer of the newly renamed Refill.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/11/18/1-hour-alcohol-delivery-service-rebrands-as-refill.html


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Now that it's legal, Columbus distilleries ready to invite customers in for a drink and some food

 

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Watershed Distillery is ready to serve more than its craft spirits.

 

The Columbus distillery, thanks to a law change last fall, is adding a restaurant and bar to its facility at 1145 Chesapeake Ave. that's expected to open by Feb. 1.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/11/22/now-that-its-legal-columbus-distilleries-ready-to.html


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Licking County brewery launching with aspirations for Columbus beer garden

 

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Ben King spent years hunting for innovation, but when it comes to beer he believes the old ways are the best ways.

 

King and three business partners are launching 1487 Brewery in the Licking County village of Alexandria, with a commitment to classic German Reinheitsgebot brewing rules– barley, hops, water and yeast only.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/12/01/licking-county-brewery-launching-with-aspirations.html


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Noble Cut Micro-Distillery is Starting Production in Gahanna

 

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Ben Vause wants his micro-distillery to spur an explosion of the distilling industry in Central Ohio. Noble Cut, founded in 2014, finally has its license and is ready to start crafting spirits. As co-founder, Vause hopes that with legislation and tastes changing, Noble Cut will act as one trailblazer in the fledgling Central Ohio distilling trend.

 

“In Ohio it’s been a little bit slower going for the craft spirits industry,” Vause said. “But on the coasts they’re exploding with the craft spirits industry. I’m hoping the trend picks up here, and to be one of the first.”

 

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http://www.columbusunderground.com/noble-cut-micro-distillery-is-starting-production-in-gahanna-ls1


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Arizona brewpub picks downtown Columbus for 1st expansion

 

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A new downtown brewpub could be open by next fall.

 

Blasted Barley Beer Co. in Tempe is opening its second-ever location in Ohio.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/12/07/arizona-brewpub-picks-downtown-columbus-for-1st.html


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Well, if the Ontario side of Lake Erie can have palm trees...

 

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Watershed Distillery releases annual Nocino holiday liqueur, previews upcoming restaurant

 

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Watershed Distillery marked the return of a favorite creation and the approaching opening of its new restaurant.

 

The Columbus-distillery Friday hosted the launch of its Nocino, a seasonal black walnut liqueur released annually around the holidays, in an event that doubled as a sneak peek at Watershed Kitchen & Bar.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/12/12/watershed-distillery-releases-annual-nocino.html


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First Look: Platform Beer Columbus Brewpub

 

Columbus fans of Cleveland-based Platform beer can now get their fix in their own backyard. The company officially opens its new Downtown distribution facility and brewpub at to the public tomorrow, bringing over two dozen varieties of Platform’s beers to local customers.

 

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http://www.columbusunderground.com/first-look-platform-beer-columbus-brewpub

 

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Buckeye Bourbon House is Opening on Gay Street This February

 

Columbus is getting another bourbon bar next year. The Buckeye Bourbon House, owned and operated by Concord Hospitality Enterprises Company, will open Downtown this February.

 

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http://www.columbusunderground.com/buckeye-bourbon-house-is-opening-on-gay-street-this-february-ls1

 

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BrewDog set to open its first Central Ohio (and U.S.) bar

 

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The public soon will be able to get its first taste of BrewDog.

 

The Scottish craft brewer will open DogTap Columbus, its first U.S. restaurant and bar, on Feb. 20. The 10,000-square-foot eatery and drinkery will debut at 6601 Gender Road in Canal Winchester, also the site of the company's 100,000-square-foot U.S. offices and brewery.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/02/10/brewdog-set-to-open-its-first-central-ohio-and-u-s.html


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Inside BrewDog's new brewery and taproom

 

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BrewDog Plc is ready for its U.S. bar debut.

 

The Scottish craft brewer will open DogTap Columbus on Monday, but hosted shareholders and media members for a preview of its bar and restaurant Wednesday night.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/02/16/photos-inside-brewdogs-new-brewery-and-taproom.html


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Pigskin Brewing moving into retail, signs sponsorship with Ohio Machine

 

Pigskin Brewing Co. is marking two years in business with new cans and a new partnership.  The Gahanna craft brewery celebrated its second anniversary Feb. 18 at its Creekside brewpub.

 

Year three already is shaping up to be a busy one.  The brewery is tapping mobile canner Buckeye Canning to get its Laces Out hefeweizen and Undefeated IPA into cans later this month, the first move into retail for Pigskin.  Co-owner Mike Rockwell said the cans will be available at the brewpub after the first week of March and at select retailers.

 

Pigskin also signed a three-year deal with the Ohio Machine, which will make it the official beer of the Major League Lacrosse franchise.  A special Helles lager was being brewed this week and will be on tap at Pigskin’s concession stand in time for the Machine’s May 6 home opener at its new stadium, Fortress Obetz.

 

MORE:  http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/02/17/pigskin-brewing-moving-into-retail-signs.html

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Have a sense of adventure? Off-the-beaten path cidery opening a taproom

 

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Mad Moon Craft Cidery is ready to welcome in the public.

 

Owners Peter Moon and his wife Sally Carroll started selling cider in October 2014 and operate out of a 2,500-square-foot space at 2138 Britains Lane in Linden near the Northern Lights Shopping Center. The cidery is building out a modest taproom in hopes of opening a few days a month so folks can come in and taste the cider straight from the taps.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/02/22/have-a-sense-of-adventure-off-the-beaten-path.html


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Kindred Beer Opening Clintonville Tasting Room

 

The brewery formerly known as Kindred Artisan Ales is working on expanding in multiple ways. In addition to rebranding to Kindred Beer, the Gahanna-based business announced on Friday that they’ll soon be launching a second location in Clintonville.

 

“Clintonville has a vibe we love — independent, relaxed and friendly,” explained Kindred Beer CEO Kevin Schmudde. “We look forward to being part of the neighborhood.”

 

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http://www.columbusunderground.com/kindred-beer-opening-clintonville-tasting-room


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