Ohio Brewery News


Six One Pour collaboration beer cans

Back in March, representatives from 18 central Ohio breweries convened at Seventh Son Brewing to brew Six One Pour, this year’s Columbus Craft Beer Week collaboration beer. The brewers decided to name the beer after the annual Six One Pour festival – the signature event of Columbus Craft Beer Week – and keep the name in perpetuity to help promote the fest. The beer itself is a hazy IPA with a healthy addition of key lime, brewed with Sabro and Mosaic hops and fermented on kveik yeast. Six packs are available at Giant Eagle Market District stores and select central Ohio retailers starting this week. Read more at columusbeerweek.com


Sibling Revelry Brewing released six-pack cans of their popular limited release hazy IPA Favorite Sister this week. The beer was brewed with the Pink Boots hop blend and benefits the Pink Boots Society, the national organization supporting the advancement of women in the brewing industry. Favorite Sister is currently available in cans and on draft at Sibling Revelry’s brewery taproom in Westlake. Distribution throughout Ohio begins today. Get more details at facebook.com/siblingrevelrybrewing

Sibling Revelry Favorite Sister hazy IPA cans
Penguin City Beer bottles

When Penguin City Beer received their state brewing license, they became Ohio’s 300th craft brewery. Since May of 2014, more than 200 breweries have opened in the Buckeye State. Penguin City, launched in late 2018, has expanded quickly in the Youngstown area; their flagship lager is available at approximately 100 retail locations on draft and in bottles. Now brewing at the former B&O station in downtown Youngstown – the brewery does not currently have a public taproom – Penguin City plans to introduce more styles to their portfolio. Read more about Penguin City and the growth of Ohio craft breweries at ohio.com


Cheers to a year of beer from Twin Oast Brewing! The idyllic farm-to-fermenter brewery in Catawba Island on the shores of Lake Erie will celebrate with a day-long toast on Saturday, May 11. Not only will Twin Oast re-release Toast, their fan favorite Kolsch-style ale, in cans and on draft, but they will also give well-wishers the opportunity to “Toast the Oast”: selected toasts will be read by brewery staff, or can be read by the toast writer (who will be rewarded with a Twin Oast gift card). Read all about the festivities at facebook.com/twinoast

Twin Oast Brewing anniversary glass
Eldridge & Fiske Brewing Company exterior

Cheers to one of the newest members of the Ohio Craft Brewers Association, Eldridge & Fiske Brewing in Lithopolis! The small town brewery about 20 minutes southeast of Columbus opened to the public in late April, but will celebrate their grand opening on Saturday, May 11. Get a free growler with the purchase of a fill of any of the dozen beers on tap during the opening festivities. Doors open at 2 p.m., don’t forget to get your passport stamp on the Ohio On Tap app! Read more at facebook.com/eldridgefiske

Warped Wing Ermal's Strawberry Cream Ale bottle

On Saturday, May 11, Warped Wing Brewing will release Ermal’s Strawberry Cream Ale in their downtown Dayton taproom. Their flagship cream ale gets a hearty addition of strawberry and vanilla to create a smooth body with a light and refreshing finish. The new Ermal’s variant will be available on draft and in a very small run of 500 mL bottles available exclusively at the taproom. Get details on the release at facebook.com/warpedwing

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