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Ohio Love: 32 Reasons to Love Our State Right Now

From date ideas and great stays to food finds and memorable moments, here’s what has us feeling warm and fuzzy about our state.

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Autumn Adventures in Grove City, Ohio

Whether you’re looking to be active outdoors, take a shopping trip or dig into great food and drink, this central Ohio city has an experience to match.

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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.

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New Breweries, Beers for a Cause & 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

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Henke Winery, Cincinnati

Joe Henke’s popular urban winery merges a fine dining pedigree with an eat-local approach on the city’s west side.

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Crosswinds Grille, Geneva-on-the-Lake

Chef Nate Fagnilli’s approach to butchering is efficient and delicious, as evidenced by the creative cuts coming out of his kitchen at The Lakehouse Inn.

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Can Art, Brews for a Cause & More

From the stories behind a few of our favorite beer can designs to breweries working for a good cause, we hope you enjoy this sampler.

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Firelands Winery, Sandusky

Claudio Salvador grew up in Italy before coming to the United States in 1980. Today, he oversees making varieties for five different labels at one of Ohio’s oldest wineries.

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Ferrante Winery & Ristorante, Geneva

This winery started out on the near east side of Cleveland before becoming an Ashtabula County destination with a pedigree of winning wines.

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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.

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Masthead Brewing Co., Cleveland

This carefully designed downtown spot offers award-winning beer, a communal vibe and great wood-fired pizzas.

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Big Ash Brewing, Cincinnati

This pour-your-own brewery on Cincinnati’s east side is making a name for itself as it wins awards in the craft beer world.

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Sonder Brewing, Mason

This brewery’s founders created a space all beer lovers can enjoy, offering a wide range of styles — from traditional to trendy — and a communal atmosphere.

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Lock 15 Brewing Co., Akron

Colin Cook and Joe Karpinski play on Akron history at their brewpub along the Ohio & Erie Canal that also offers a menu of interesting eats.

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Branch & Bone Artisan Ales, Dayton

This brewery makes unusual-but-approachable styles ranging from sours to stouts and regularly draws big crowds to its South Park neighborhood taproom.

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Eudora Brewing Co., Kettering

This Dayton-area brewery offers a welcoming space to gather, great beers and a message of goodwill.

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Fat Head’s Brewery, Middleburg Heights

What began as a small pub in Pittsburgh has grown into a craft beer behemoth, with two northeast Ohio locations and a new production facility on the way.

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Farmer Matt Cunningham: Rustic Brew Farm

Cunningham began planting barley and hops on his Marysville family farm in 2014 and now supplies a number of Ohio brewers.

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Ohio Wine Month 2023: 7 Wineries to Visit this Summer

From the foothills of Appalachia to the islands of Lake Erie, Ohio produces a wide selection of wines.

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Minor League Baseball Guide

Goofy mascots, quirky promotions and great deals on ballpark food — here’s what Ohio’s teams have on deck this season.

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