Six One Pour: The Ohio Craft Beer Fest Presented by Chipotle Mexican Grill

Moves to Huntington Park on Friday, May 20, 2016

Columbus, Ohio –Six One Pour: The Ohio Craft Beer Fest Presented by Chipotle Mexican Grill makes the moveto Huntington Park, home of the Columbus Clippers, for the annual event on Friday, May 20. Fifty Ohio craftbreweries will pour samples of their unique beers, including an exclusive collaboration beer collectivelycreated by local breweries just for Columbus Craft Beer Week. The event will also feature live music, theCD102.5 Scene Team, and a special menu by Chipotle Mexican Grill. Six One Pour is supported by ChipotleMexican GrillCOTACD102.5FM614 Media GroupDrink Up ColumbusBoelter BeverageWorld of Beer,Brewers Professional AllianceFrantz WardReminger and The Ohio Taproom.“Six One Pour is an amazing celebration of Ohio craft beer, held to culminate Columbus Craft Beer Week, andwe cannot imagine a better home for our event than Huntington Park,” said Mary MacDonald, ExecutiveDirector of the Ohio Craft Brewers Association.Ken Schnacke, Clippers President & GM adds: “We are delighted to host Six One Pour, the Ohio Craft Beer Fest
at Huntington Park for at least the next two years. This is just a wonderful event and we hope that thispartnership will help take this event to a new level of success. The ballpark should be a perfect backdrop,offering great sightlines and plenty of room for these outstanding craft beers to be on display to the citizens ofcentral Ohio.”
Schedule for Six One Pour: The Ohio Craft Beer Fest
 6:00 p.m. – VIP and Enthusiast Member early entry and beer sampling begins 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. – music by Ohio the Giant 7:00 p.m. – General Admission entry 8:30 – 11 p.m. – music by The Lovebenders 11:00 p.m. – Six One Pour endsChipotle Mexican Grill will offer their signature barbacoa and carnitas tacos, available for purchase by eventguests for $5. Columbus Brewing Company will be creating two special Bodhi infusions to pair with theChipotle offerings: Citrus Blast and Pineapple Habanero. Chipotle Marketing Strategist Sarah Russell explainsthe partnership. “Our involvement in last year’s Six One Pour was a huge success – nothing pairs better withcraft beer than Mexican food! It’s a great opportunity to connect with the Columbus community and celebrateour great craft beer scene here. We’re excited to be back again this year in such an amazing venue likeHuntington Park.”    Participating breweries include:
Actual Brewing (Columbus): Luxon (Belgian-style Saison, 5.7% ABV), Magnon (7.3% ABV), Conductor (ImperialRye IPA, 8.1% ABV), Gordo Julian (Fat Julian Imperial Stout Cask Conditioned with Cocoa Nibs, Vanilla Bean,Chili Spices, 10% ABV)Barley’s Brewing Company (Columbus):  Blood Thirst Wheat, Scottish Ale, Chupacabra (Imperial Brown Alewith Organic Cocoa Nibs and Madagascar Vanilla Beans), Pin of Moscow Midnight with Vanilla and CoconutBlack Cloister Brewing Company (Toledo): Helles Angel (2 time medal winning Munich Helles), Chained Dog(9.3% Strong Belgian), Marty (7% Belgian Blonde), Bourbon Barrel Aged Scotsman (10% spent 6 months inElijah Craig Bourbon barrels)The Brew Brothers at Eldorado Scioto Downs (Columbus): Pacer Pils, Redhead Amber Ale, Big Dog IPA, DoubleDown StoutThe Brew Kettle (Strongsville): El Lupelo Libre, White Rajah, Summer Rays, KitkaBuckeye Lake Brewery (Buckeye Lake): Shovelhead 2x IPA, Dark Saison, Pontoon Pale Ale, Blue Goose CreamAleCellar Dweller Craft Beers (Morrow): Uncle Ronnie, Citra Wheatness, Eye OpenerChristian Moerlein Brewing Company (Cincinnati): OTR Pale Ale, Plum Street Wheat, Purity Pils, Third WaveIPAColumbus Brewing Company (Columbus): Bodhi, Infused Bodhi, Bourbon Barrel Belgian, Summer Teeth, Simon(Stout)Crooked Handle Brewing Co. (Springboro): The Farm Saison, Roadside Peanut Butter PorterThe Dayton Beer Company (Dayton): Oregon Alley IPA, Java Man Cometh, Mad Wolf Hoppy Pale Ale,CodebreakerElevator Brewery (Columbus): Mogabi (Hoppy Wheat), IPA 2.0, Flyin’ Hydrant Light, HeiferweizenEudora Brewing Company (Dayton): Cheval Magique (8.5% Belgian Golden Strong Ale), SlapShot (6.9%Maibock) The Bee’s Knees (6% Hoppy Amber Ale), Thunderball (7% Oatmeal Sout)Fat Head’ s Brewery (Middleburg Heights): Jack Straw, Sunshine Daydream, Trail Head, Zeus JuiceFour String Brewing Company (Columbus): Space Ritual-Belgian Rye Pale Ale, Payback Pilsner, Global IPL-IndiaPale Lager, Suncaster Summer WheatGreat Lakes Brewing Company (Cleveland): Chillwave Double IPA, Steady Rollin Session IPA, Dortmunder GoldLager, Eliot Ness Amber Lager, Rackhouse Ale (VIP only)Hairless Hare Brewery (Vandalia): Big Hare Barley Wine, Hop Scotch BA Strong Ale, Kickback Kolsch Aged on Red
Raspberries, Citra Knight Black IPA, GO2 Brew Sesion IPA
Homestead Beer Co. (Heath): 3MC’s Double IPA (9.8% ABV), Snake Oil Super Pale Ale (7.5% ABV), SummerWheat American Hefe (5.5%ABV), Pin of Mojito Engine #2 IPA with Mint and Lime ZestIll Mannered Brewing Company (Powell): Bitter Ex DIPA, Ill Mannered/Restoration Brew Worx CollaborationHefeweizenJackie O’s Brewery (Athens): Mystic Mama, New GrowthKindred Artisan Ales (Gahanna): Kindred Wit, Salvage Porter, Farmhouse Pale Ale, “Hawaiian Shirt” Wit withHibiscus & MangoKnotty Pine Brewing (Columbus): Blonde, Cherrywood Smoked Porter, Mirror Lake IPALand-Grant Brewing Company (Columbus): Bourbon Barrel Beard Crumbs, Glory, Scorched EarthLineage Brewing (Columbus): Spaceship #6 IPA, Passionate Bernice Berliner Weisse, Grip It by the HuskCoconut Porter, Kimmy Gibbler San Francisco LagerLittle Fish Brewing Company (Athens): The Aecern (Old Ale), Hibiscus Reinheitsgewhat? (Sour Wheat Ale),Woodthrush (Biere de Garde – fresh version of World Beer Cup gold medal winning beer)Luna Kombucha (Columbus): Black Cherry Bourbon, Mango with Hops, Blood Orange TangerineMadTree Brewing (Cincinnati): Chamomile Hibiscus Levanto (Barrel Aged Sour Ale), PSA (American Pale Ale),Sol Drifter (Blonde Summer Ale), Mosaic High (Imperial IPA)Millersburg Brewing Company (Millersburg): French Ridge IPA, Spartan Belgian Blonde, The Currant EventBlack IPA, Killbuck Creek Kolsch
Mt. Carmel Brewing Company (Cincinnati): Hibiscus Bluleberry Blonde Ale, Coffee Brown Ale, Summer Wheat(Hoppy Wheat), Amber AleNorth High Brewing (Columbus): Hefeweizen, Grapefruit Walleye, Milk StoutThe Phoenix Brewing Company (Mansfield): The Ferryman Oatmeal Milk Stout (7.2% ABV), Redemption IPA(6.8% ABV), Big Spring Saison (5.8% ABV), Rooftop Bohemian Style Lager (4.8% ABV)Pigskin Brewing Company (Gahanna): Hopamania, Passion Belgian IPA, Laces Out HefeweizenPlatform Beer Company (Cleveland): New Cleveland Palesner, Speed Merchant IPA, Cherimoya ProjectPomelo, Orange Blossom Gose, Mango Pink Peppercon Berliner Weisse (VIP only)The Portsmouth Brewing Company (Portsmouth): Oatmeal Stout, PeerlessRhinegeist Brewery (Cincinnati): Truth IPA, Puma Pilsner, Peach DodoRockmill Brewery (Lancaster): Petite Saison, Le Cheval, Cask-Aged NoirRoyal Docks Brewing Company (Canal Fulton): Daemonium (Belgian-style Golden Strong Ale, 8% ABV),Tanglefoot IPA (6.3% ABV), Baba Yaga Coffee Porter (7.2% ABV), Savoir Faire (Frambozen-style Ale, 6.3% ABV),Pendragon (Welsh Summer Rare Wit, 5.8% ABV)Sam Adams Brewery (Cincinnati): Cinder Blonde Gratzer, Heaven or Helles, Porch Rocker, Rebel Grapefruit IPASeventh Son Brewing (Columbus): Bibendum (American Stout, 7% ABV) with Urfa Chilies and Cocoa, La MortTart Saison (7.5% ABV), Proliferous DIPA (8.3% ABV), Auslander (German-inspired Pale Ale, 4.5% ABV)Sideswipe Brewing (Columbus): Pixelated Sun (Hoppy Wheat), Sexy Weekend (American Table Beer),Journeyman (Brown Ale)Smokehouse Brewing Company (Columbus): Hoptopus (Hoppy Wheat, 5.6% ABV), Chill Sesh (Session IPA, 4.5%ABV), Scotty Doesn’t Know (Scottish-inspired Amber Ale, 6.6% ABV), Firkin of Death Trapp Tripel with CitraHopsTaft’s Ale House (Cincinnati): Nellie’s Key Lime Caribbean Ale, Gavel Banger American IPA, Culebra CutCoconut Brown, Saison de PaulusThirsty Dog Brewing Company (Akron): Whipper Wheat (German Hefe), Citra Dog IPA, Wulver Bourbon BarrelWee Heavy, Bourbon Barrel Maple Porter (VIP only)Urban Artifact (Cincinnati): Finn (Berliner Pale Ale), Keypunch (Key Lime Gose), Otso (Double Tart Brown Alewith Coffee), Palmistry (Double Berliner Pale Ale)Warped Wing Brewing Company (Dayton): Brasspunk Pilsner, Mr. Mean Imperial IPA, Self Starter Session IPA,Ermals Belgian Style Cream AleWeasel Boy Brewing Company (Zanesville): Bitter Sable Imperial Black IPA (8.2% ABV), Mango Wheat (4.9%ABV)Wolf’s Ridge Brewing (Columbus): Driftwood Citrus Surf Grapefruit Session IPA, Clear Sky Daybreak Coffee Cream Ale,
Dire Wolf Coffee Vanilla Imperial Stout, Heretical Belgian IPA, Coconut Cream Pie Cask, Double Dry Hoped Coconut
Howling Moon DIPA Cask, Dire Wolf Canis Mexicanus Spiced Russian Imperial Stout (VIP only)Yellow Springs Brewery (Yellow Springs): South Dock (Hoppy American Wheat),Framework (American Stout),Springer American Cream Ale/w CoffeeZaftig Brewing (Columbus): Nuttin’ 2it Brown Ale, Too Cans IPAZauber Brewing Company (Columbus): Berzerker IPA, Buxom Blonde, Vertigo, ZuelSix One Pour takes place on Friday, May 20, 2016 from 6:00 – 11:00 p.m. General admission tickets are $50 inadvance ($60 at the door) and include a souvenir glass with 20 tasting tickets for 4 oz. samples. VIP tickets are$75 in advance ($85 at the door) and include free food from Chipotle Mexican Grill as well as access to a VIPmembers only section. Designated Driver tickets are available for $12 each with inclusion of a non-alcoholicbeverage. All tickets also include a return ticket for a Columbus Clippers baseball game. Tickets are availableonline at Six One Pour: The Ohio Craft Beer Fest is a fundraiser for theOhio Craft Brewers Association.  
Founded in 2007, the Ohio Craft Brewers Association is a nonprofit guild that exists to promote and preserveOhio’s unified craft brewing industry. We aspire to be recognized as the industry leader for preserving the artof making high-quality, unique craft beer; to serve as the unified voice for craft brewers across the state; toadvocate on behalf of the Ohio Craft beer industry; to contribute to systemic, local community developmentby driving economic and job growth, while creating experiences that bring people together; and to serve as abeacon for local production and manufacturing through craft beer, resulting in diverse product choices forconsumers.About Chipotle: Steve Ells, founder, chairman and co-CEO, started Chipotle with the idea that food served fastdid not have to be a typical fast food experience. Today, Chipotle continues to offer a focused menu ofburritos, tacos, burrito bowls (a burrito without the tortilla) and salads made from fresh, high-quality rawingredients, prepared using classic cooking methods and served in a distinctive atmosphere. Through ourvision of Food With Integrity, Chipotle is seeking better food from using ingredients that are not only fresh,but that — where possible — are sustainably grown and raised responsibly with respect for the animals, theland and the farmers who produce the food. In order to achieve this vision, we focus on building a specialpeople culture that is centered on creating teams of top performers empowered to achieve high standards.This people culture not only leads to a better dining experience for our customers, it also allows us to developfuture leaders from within. Chipotle opened with a single restaurant in 1993 and operates more than 2,000restaurants, including 20 Chipotle restaurants outside the U.S. and 15 ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchenrestaurants, and is an investor in an entity that owns and operates three Pizzeria Locale restaurants. For moreinformation, visit  Mary MacDonald, Executive DirectorOhio Craft Brewers Associationmary@ohiocraftbeer.org614-403-1206
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