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Ohio Craft Beer 2019

Ohio’s craft beer scene is bigger than ever. We delve into the new names, longtime favorites and incredible places to visit for your guide to what’s brewing across our state.

We visited taprooms, pubs and even the first craft beer hotel to get a flavor for what’s brewing in our state. Then, we assembled our largest-ever guide to Ohio beer-makers by highlighting more than 220 spots, from small towns to big cities. 

Craft Beer Guide 2019: This year's craft beer guide tops more than 220 breweries, with lots of new names on the list. Let our guide help you explore our state's incredible craft-beer destinations this year.

BrewDog, Canal Winchester
BrewDog, Canal WinchesterThe world’s first craft brew hotel promises the ultimate weekend getaway for beer fans and plenty of fun surprises along the way.

Wooly Pig Farm Brewery, Fresno
Wooly Pig Farm Brewery, FresnoJael Malenke and Kevin Ely’s farm brewery in Coshocton County serves up Bavarian beer styles in a welcoming rural setting.

Royal Docks Brewing Co., Canton
Royal Docks Brewing Co., Canton: Inspired by their time living in Great Britain, John and Adriana Bikis bring their take on the English pub experience to Stark County.

Samplers: Beer-Can Art, Brewery Initiatives for a Good Cause and New Finds: We delve into the stories labels we love, talk to brewers doing good and preview a few of this year’s new names.

Findlay Brewing Co., Findlay
Findlay Brewing Co., FindlayWhat started as a group of home brewers more than a decade ago has grown into a destination for creative bar food and tasty beers.

MadTree Brewing Co., Cincinnati
MadTree Brewing Co., CincinnatiCreativity is at the heart of this brewery, which obsesses over fresh takes on favorite styles and provides a spacious place to enjoy them.