Ohio Weekly Roundup
Lineage Passed Down in Clintonville
Bittersweet news out of Columbus today, as Lineage Brewing announced they will be opening their doors for the final time on Sunday, April 24. Owners Jessica and Mike Byrne issued a statement today thanking their customers for seven years of support and generosity as they shift their focus to family and pursuit of endeavors outside the brewing industry.
The brewery was a staple in the Clintonville neighborhood since originally opening in March of 2015, regularly pairing pints with community outreach and charitable giving to local causes. While Lineage will be greatly missed by locals, regulars and craft beer enthusiasts, Clintonville will not have to wait long for another brewery to fill the space Lineage is leaving behind.
Combustion Accepts the Torch
This summer, Combustion Brewery & Taproom will open their second location in the current Lineage space. Combustion owners Sarah and Keith Jackson expressed their appreciation for the business that Lineage has built and their excitement to join and serve the Clintonville community in a press release today. The new location gives the suburban brewery a foothold in the city and an opportunity to reach new customers in the growing Columbus craft beer market.
Combustion will celebrate their fifth anniversary this weekend at their original Pickerington taproom. Guests can look forward to more than 30 beers on tap this Saturday, April 16, including a saison cask conditioned with lavender and bergamot, a bourbon barrel aged imperial stout with toasted coconut and vanilla, and a chardonnay barrel aged blackberry sour ale. Get all the details on this weekend’s festivities at facebook.com/combustionbrewery