Ohio Brewery News

11.1.2019

GREATER CLEVELAND 

Huge can release at Masthead Brewing in downtown Cleveland on Saturday, Nov. 2. Dreamcrusher double dry hopped triple New England IPA, El Dorado Vice single hop New England IPA and bourbon barrel aged Coffee Underverse imperial stout with Tahitian vanilla beans will all be available in 16-ounce cans. Doors open at 11 a.m., but supplies are limited and a line is expected. Get more details at facebook.com/mastheadbrewingco

NORTHEAST

Cheers to two years of beers from Sandy Springs Brewing Company! Head to the brewpub in Minerva for all the weekend’s festivities, starting with a costume contest tonight and continuing on Saturday, Nov. 2 with a special beer tapping. The culmination of the celebration takes place at noon on Sunday, Nov. 3 with a limited bottle release of maple bourbon barrel aged Happy Sappy, the imperial red ale brewed with maple sap from the owners’ family farm. Get all the details at facebook.com/minervacraftbeer

NORTHWEST

Here’s a collaboration beer that was a long time in the making: Tailspin Brewing and Yellow Springs Brewery recently teamed up to create Spinning Eagle altbier at Tailspin’s brewhouse in Coldwater. That equipment used to belong to Yellow Springs, whose co-owner Lisa Wolters is second cousin to Tailspin co-owner Teresa Waite. Spinning Eagle will hit the taps at Tailspin on Saturday, Nov. 2 and at Yellow Springs on Wednesday, Nov. 6. Read all about the beer and the relationship between these two Ohio breweries at beaconjournal.com

SOUTHEAST

I took four years of German and grew up in a cold climate, but never had occasion to use the word “schneepflug,” meaning “snow plow.” It’s just such a fun word to say (pronounced SHNEE-pfloogh), so if you’re at Outerbelt Brewing today, be sure to order their freshly tapped Schneepflug spiced winter lager with gusto. Also hitting the taps at Outerbelt’s tasting room today is Double Dippin’, a mint chocolate imperial stout that is easier, if less fun, to say. Details at facebook.com/outerbeltbeer

SOUTHWEST

What’s in a name? MadTree Brewing announced this week that they have brought back an old favorite to their can lineup with a new name and a new look. The brewery’s early flagship brown ale Gnarly Brown – which was the subject of a trademark dispute with a California winery – has been re-introduced as Knotty Brown and rolled out this week at the MadTree taproom.  Six-packs are expected to arrive at Ohio retailers in the coming weeks. Read more at facebook.com/madtree

WEST CENTRAL

Cheers to six years of beers from Hairless Hare Brewery! The Vandalia brewpub will open their doors to revelers at noon on Saturday, Nov. 2 when they will tap their 6th Anniversary Double New England IPA. Several barrel aged beers will be pulled from the cellar, including 2016 and 2017 Barleywine vintages, 2018 Baltic Porter and General Nikolai Bomikoff Russian imperial stout, and 2019 Cold War Russian imperial stout. Read all about it at daytondailynews.com

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