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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.

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Ohio Craft Beer 2018

Buckeye State beer is bigger than ever. Check out our guide to more than 150 breweries, great tours, quirky finds and places we love.

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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.

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Ohio Craft Beer 2018: Quirky Finds, Tours & More

Explore more fun breweries across the state (and get a preview of three set to open later this year).

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Ohio Craft Beer Guide 2019

Our 2019 craft beer guide tops more than 220 breweries, with lots of new names on the list.

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BrewDog, Canal Winchester

The world’s first craft brew hotel promises the ultimate weekend getaway for beer fans and plenty of fun surprises along the way.

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Land-Grant Brewing Co., Columbus

A former elevator factory in the Franklinton neighborhood now houses a fun sports bar with a lineup of tasty and traditional craft beers.

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Seventh Son Brewing Co., Columbus

Embracing a New American approach to beer, this brewery pulls from a range of influences to craft its core lineup and seasonal releases.

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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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Behind the Brews

Ohio’s craft beer scene is a story of hard work and creativity. Meet some of the people who play vital roles when it comes to understanding and enjoying what’s in your glass.

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Earnest Brew Works, Toledo

Former home brewers Scot Yarnell and Keefe Snyder craft a variety of interesting beers at their 15-handle taproom.

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Moeller Brew Barn, Maria Stein

Craft beer meets the country at this converted barn house, where a dozen brews and a rotating list of appetizers draw guests to rural Mercer County.

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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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Cover Crop Beer

North High Brewing helps mark the Ohio Farm Bureau centennial with a creation celebrating Buckeye State farmers.

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Noble Beast Brewing Co., Cleveland

This spot serves up award-winning beers and great food in a welcoming former steel warehouse on the eastern edge of downtown.

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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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Lockport Brewery, Bolivar (2020)

Tuscarawas County’s first brewery in 65 years offers a welcoming gathering place with a support-local approach to beer and food.

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Ohio Breweries and Taprooms We Love

A pint is what gets us in the door, but these craft breweries also offer beautiful taprooms, fun diversions and great food.

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Granville Brewing Co.

This former horse barn offers an inviting place to spend an afternoon with friends and a lineup of brews that focuses on Belgian styles.

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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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