Ohio Brewery News



Seventh Son Brewing has a couple of exciting new beers in cans. Earlier this week, Seventh Son released Miracle, a hazy light IPA checking in at just 115 calories and 5 grams of carbs per 12 ounce can. Six packs of Miracle are available around Central Ohio now. On Saturday, August 31, they’ll release Flow lager at their Italian Village taproom as part of a fundraising event for Friends of the Lower Olentangy Watershed, a Columbus non-profit devoted to clean water advocacy. For details on tomorrow’s release, visit facebook.com/seventhsonbrewing


Masthead Brewing Company is a must-stop destination for IPA enthusiasts. This Saturday, August 31, the downtown Cleveland brewery will release four IPA varieties in cans. Haze fans will have their choice of two brewery favorites, A Series of Tubes cryo-hopped New England IPA and Extra! Extra! double dry-hopped double IPA. Worst Case Scenario double IPA and Midwest Red IPA – a 2018 gold-medal winner at the Great American Beer Festival competition – round out the release lineup. Get more details at facebook.com/mastheadbrewingco


Cheers to a year of beer from Penguin City Brewing! The company burst on the Youngstown scene last fall, pushing a flagship golden ale – Penguin City Beer – as their sole product. The Mahoning Valley has embraced the signature brew: it now appears at nearly 300 retailers in the area. The anniversary celebration kicks off at the brewery in the B&O Station complex across the river from downtown. Stop in tonight only and get an Ohio On Tap passport stamp (the brewery is normally not open for on-premises consumption).  Details at facebook.com/penguincitybeer


‘Tis the season: the Laird Arcade Brewery in Tiffin tapped their Heritage Fest Oktoberfest lager this week and is offering a stein special. Purchase a commemorative vessel and bring it back with you for as long as Heritage Fest is on tap and get it for a special price. The customer who orders the pour that kicks the first keg will win a membership to the LAB’s mug club. Get details at facebook.com/thelairdarcadebrewery


Little Fish Brewing has followed through on sourcing of local ingredients for their beers since they opened four years ago. The latest expression of their commitment to hyper-local brewing is their new Pawpaw Kweizen ale, released this week at their taproom in Athens. The beer features Ohio-grown pilsner malt, triticale, oats and Nugget and Cascade hops, fermented with Norwegian Kweik yeast and then refermented on locally foraged pawpaw fruit. Get more details at facebook.com/littlefishbrewing


Two big beer releases at Listermann Brewing this weekend. Hatorade Berliner Weisse (it’s got electrolytes!) makes its return on Saturday, August 31, this time in orange flavor, which is objectively the best flavor of sports drink and you are wrong to think otherwise. Cuvée de 75, a barrel aged, coconut-infused collaboration blend of Chickow! hazelnut brown ale and Whiskey Rebellion stout from Warped Wing Brewing, will also be available in bottles. The Warped Wing version of the collab will be available at their Dayton taproom on Saturday as well. Get details at facebook.com/listermannbrewing


The Ohio Craft Brewers Association teamed up with several Dayton-area breweries to raise funds for the victims of the mass shooting that occurred in the Oregon District on August 4. Working with our partners at Red Tail Design in Athens, OCBA produced a run of #DaytonStrong carved wood pins and will donate 100% of the sales to the Dayton Foundation’s Oregon District Tragedy Fund. Pins will be available at Crooked Handle in Springboro, Hairless Hare in Vandalia, Pinups & Pints in Medway, Star City in Miamisburg and Warped Wing in Dayton next week. They will also be for sale at the merch booth at the Ale-O-Ween beer festival on Saturday, October 19.

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