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Food + Drink | Craft Beer

Ohio Craft Beer 2020

Our state’s craft beer scene is always expanding. We look into fresh faces, traditional taprooms and innovative industry leaders for this year’s guide to the best in the business.

Ohio has more craft beer-makers than ever before. We stepped inside the taprooms of five that offer creative and tasty styles and our on-staff craft beer fans assembled a list of 85 Buckeye State breweries we love.

85 Ohio Breweries We Love: Our on-staff beer fans share favorite finds from their travels throughout the Buckeye State. Read the List

New Breweries, Beers for a Cause and More: Learn about three new freshly tapped breweries, find out how a trio of beer-makers are supporting their neighbors and dive deep into IPAs, sours and more. Read

People talking at Nocterra Brewing Co.
Nocterra Brewing Co., Powell: A former train depot in Powell houses a convivial and inviting brewery that fuses the outdoors, adventuring and creatively named beers. Read

Branch & Bone Artisan Ales
Branch & Bone Artisan Ales, Dayton: This Dayton brewery makes unusual-but-approachable styles ranging from sours to stouts and regularly draws big crowds to its South Park neighborhood taproom. Read

Saucy Brew Works pizza and beer
Saucy Brew Works, Cleveland: This Cleveland brewery welcomes beer lovers with creative styles, tasty stone-oven pizzas and an inviting brewpub that merges the building’s industrial past with cozy touches. Read

Twin Oast Brewing can art
Twin Oast Brewing, Port Clinton: Quintin and Donna Smith and their son Cory turned 60 acres of Catawba Island farmland into a destination brewery that embraces a farm-to-fermenter philosophy. Read

Live music at Lockport Brewery (photo courtesy of Lockport Brewery)
Lockport Brewery, Bolivar: Tuscarawas County’s first brewery in 65 years offers a welcoming gathering place with a support-local approach to beer and food. Read