Six One Pour Festival Releases Beer List

Six One Pour Festival Releases Beer List

Six One Pour Festival Releases Beer List

Third annual event to offer 166 beers from 55 Ohio craft breweries

COLUMBUS, Ohio –Six One Pour: The Ohio Craft Beer Fest returns to Huntington Park in the Columbus Arena District on Saturday, May 20th from 5-9 p.m. The festival serves as the culminating event of the 2017 Columbus Craft Beer Week celebration and will count 55 Ohio craft breweries as participants.

General admission tickets are available in advance for $50, which includes a souvenir glass and tasting tickets for 20 four-ounce samples. VIP tickets are also available for $75 and include early admission at 4 p.m. and access to a private section with complimentary food and beer (while supplies last). Designated driver admission is available for $15 and includes a food voucher and complimentary non-alcoholic beverage. Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.beerfesttickets.com/sixonepour2017.

Six One Pour: The Ohio Craft Beer Fest is a fundraiser for the Ohio Craft Brewers Association.

BEER LIST:

Actual Brewing Company
Conductor Imperial Rye IPA
Luxon Golden Saison

Barley’s Brewing Company
Tour de Hops Experimental Double IPA
Breakfast of Conquerors (Maple Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Oatmeal Stout aged with Honduras coffee)
Scottish Ale
Blood Thirst Wheat

Black Cloister Brewing Company
Helles Angel
True Scotsman

The Brew Brothers at Scioto Downs
Carano Extra
Toasty
Barrel-aged James
Cake the Great (VIP only)

The Brew Kettle
All For One Session IPA
El Lupulo Libre Double IPA
Black Rajah Black IPA
Frambozen

Buckeye Lake Brewery
Shovelhead
Somerset American Wheat

Christian Moerlein Brewing Company
Strawberry Pig
Pacer Citra Pale
Third Wave IPA

Columbus Brewing Company
DysfunctionAle (Columbus Craft Beer Week Collaboration Beer)
SFW
Summer Teeth
Lucy
Creeper
1 TBA

Commonhouse Ales
Six One For Good
Summer Sesh

Crooked Handle Brewing Company
Boro Blonde
Short Fuze

Elevator Brewing Company
380 IPA
Razz Wheat and Blue
Bleeding Buckeye
Big Vic Imperial

Fat Head’s Brewery
General Sherman (Fat Head’s/MadTree collab)
Head Hunter
Bumble Berry
Trail Head

Fifth Street Brewpub
Definitely Frances v.2.5
Herbivore No.2

Four String Brewing Company
Hilltop Lager
Suncaster Summer Wheat
Rectifier Double IPA
Payback Pilsner infused with dark sweet cherries and lemon zest

Gordon Biersch Brewing Company
Golden Export Helles
IPA
Belgian Tripel

Granville Brewing Company
The Reaper Saison
The Betrayer Tripel

Great Lakes Brewing Company
Grandes Lagos
Hop Madness
Mysterious Ways
Holy Moses

Grove City Brewing Company
Beulah Blonde Ale
O’Harley’s Hazelnut Porter

Homestead Beer Company
Summer Wheat
Tenpenny Amber
Galactic Heroes IPA
Snake Oil Super Pale Ale

Ill Mannered Brewing Company
POWELL! Right in the Kisser IPA
Subterfuge Barrel-aged Russian Imperial Stout

Jackie O’s Brewery
Mystic Mama IPA
Razz Wheat Ale
Moment of Clarity IPA
Berliner Weisse

Kindred Beer
Camp Fire Session Ale
Hawaiian Shirt Session Ale w/ Hibiscus and Mango
WHITE White Ale
RED Imperial Red IPA

Land-Grant Brewing Company
Mr. Balloonhands Berliner Weisse
Batch 300 Imperial IPA

Lineage Brewing
Grip It By The Husk Coconut Porter
Weekend at Bernice’s Margarita Berliner Weisse

Little Fish Brewing Company
Woodthrush
Gooseberry Reinhetsgewhat!?
Essential Oils
For Those About to Rauch

MadTree Brewing
Sol Drifter – Blonde Ale with Strawberries
Sequoia’s Gift – Belgian-style Blonde Ale aged in Red Wine Puncheons with Brettanomyces
Bourbon Barrel-Aged Coffee + Vanilla Axis Mundi – American Super Stout aged in Bourbon Barrels with Coffee Beans & Vanilla Beans
Treesearch IPA
Identity Crisis Black IPA (VIP only)

 

Maize Valley Brewery
ESB
Hopnesia IPA
Munich Dunkel
Monk In Public

Market Garden Brewery
Hellamango IPA
Prosperity Wheat

Millersburg Brewing Company
French Ridge IPA
Panther’s Hollow Vanilla Porter

Moeller Brew Barn
Blackberry Prairie Wheat
Wally Post Red

Mt. Carmel Brewing Company
Take Home IPA
Hops & Wheat

North High Brewing
Butch Otter DIPA
Local Bearings Porter

Ohio Brewing Company
Verich Gold (German Kolsch-style ale)
O’Hoppy Ale IPA (West Coast IPA)

Paladin Brewing
IPA of Revelation
Mosaic Tribute Pale Ale

The Phoenix Brewing Company
Big Spring Saison
Tetched Creamsicle
The Ferryman Oatmeal Milk Stout
Redemption IPA
Ceely Rose White IPA
Juan Doe Lime Wheat Ale

Pigskin Brewing Company
Undefeated IPA
Laces Out Hefeweizen
Golden Bear Saison
SBS ESB

Platform Beer Company
Darn Putin! (Toasted Coconut + Coffee Imperial Stout)
Gordon (Raspberry Apple Cider)

Portsmouth Brewing Company
Points and Boundaries IPA
Riverstar IPA

Railroad Brewing Company
Blonde Ale
Red Caboose

The Ram Restaurant & Brewery
Big Dreads IPA
Short North Blonde
Disorder Porter

Rhinegeist
Truth IPA
Bubbles Rose Ale
Peach Dodo Gose

Rockmill Brewery
The Quad

Royal Docks Brewing Company
Pendragon
Tanglefoot IPA
67 Alaska
Crime of Passionfruit
Baba Yaga Coffee Porter
Vlad the Impaler Imperial Stout (VIP only)

Samuel Adams
Mesquite BBQ Brown Ale
Rebel Juiced Mango IPA

Seventh Son Brewing
Jack in the Green Brett IPA
Seventh Son American Strong Ale
Golden Ratio IPA
Wuffles Golden Ale

Sideswipe Brewing
HopTat Double IPA
Coffee Journeyman Brown Ale

Smokehouse Brewing Company
Double Dog Dare Imperial IPA
Tart Cherry Leroy Berliner Weisse

Thirsty Dog Brewing Company
OH IPA
Blood Orange Pale Ale

Urban Artifact
Pinwheel Kumquat Gose
Phrenology Wild IPA

Warped Wing Brewing Company
Pirogue Belgian Black Tripel
Gamma Bomb IPA
Trotwood Lager
Night Velvet Belgian Strong Ale w/plum

Willoughby Brewing Company
Moondance IPA
Peanut Butter Cup Coffee Porter

Wolf’s Ridge Brewing
Clear Sky Loops
Sky Barb (Rhubarb Lemon Cream Ale)
Driftwood
Terre du Sauvage (Brett Saison)
Cinnamon Toast Brunch
Canis Mexicanus

Yellow Springs Brewery
Wobbly Wheel Imperial IPA
Tropical Fruit Zoetic APA
Mother Crusher Hoppy American Wheat w/fruit (Collab w/Warped Wing)
Wit Witbier

Zaftig Brewing Company
1803 Pale Ale
Hazy Miss Daisy

Zauber Brewing Company
Berzerker IPA
Kitschy Kolsch,
Bruzer Imperial IPA
BarrelWeizen

The event will also feature live music by The Lovebenders, Terry Davidson & Blues Boy Mike, as well as an appearance by the CD102.5 Scene Team. Select concession stands inside Huntington Park will be serving food throughout the event. All tickets include a Reserved Seat voucher for a Columbus Clippers baseball game that will be honored May 23rd through May 29th.

Schedule for Six One Pour: The Ohio Craft Beer Fest
4:00 p.m. – VIP and Enthusiast Member early entry and beer sampling begins
4:00 – 8:00 p.m. – Live music by Terry Davidson & Blues Boy Mike (VIP stage)
5:00 p.m. – General Admission entry
6:00 – 9:00 p.m. – Live music by The Lovebenders
9:00 p.m. – Six One Pour ends

Six One Pour is sponsored by (614) Columbus, Boelter Beverage, Brewers Professional Alliance, CD102.5, COTA, Drink Up Columbus, Frantz Ward, Reminger Attorneys at Law, The Team and these Ohio Craft Brewers Association member breweries: The Brew Brothers at Scioto Downs, MadTree Brewing Company, Royal Docks Brewing Company, Barley’s Brewing Company, The Brew Kettle, Columbus Brewing Company, The Phoenix Brewing Company, Rhinegeist, Seventh Son Brewing, Yellow Springs Brewery, Zauber Brewing Company, Christian Moerlein Brewing Company, Crooked Handle Brewing Co., Elevator Brewing Company, Fat Head’s Brewery, Four String Brewing Company, Great Lakes Brewing Company, Grove City Brewing Company, Homestead Beer Company, Jackie O’s Brewery, Kindred BeerMaize Valley Brewery, Pigskin Brewing Company, Railroad Brewing Company, The Ram Restaurant & Brewery, and Warped Wing Brewing Company.

Founded in 2007, the Ohio Craft Brewers Association is a nonprofit guild that exists to promote and preserve Ohio’s unified craft brewing industry. We aspire to be recognized as the industry leader at both state and national levels for preserving the art of making high-quality, unique craft beer; to serve as the unified voice for craft brewers across the state; to advocate on behalf of the Ohio craft beer industry; to contribute to systemic, local community development by driving economic and job growth, while creating experiences that bring people together; and to serve as a beacon for local production and manufacturing through craft beer, resulting in diverse choices for consumers.
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For more information, please contact:
Justin Hemminger, Communications Manager
Ohio Craft Brewers Association
justin@ohiocraftbeer.org
614-560-1948

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