Ohio Brewery News
Dedicated readers of this blog know that we’re logophiles – that is to say, “word nerds” – impressed by any number of clever turns of phrase, high-brow references, even puns. Double that when it’s “on brand” for the breweries we cover.
The book lovers at Codex Brewing – a “codex” is the historical predecessor of the modern book, in case you were wondering – use literary references to name virtually all of their beers like 42 blonde ale, Unparalleled Glory Christmas ale and Moveable Yeast IPA. For just the second time since their opening in late 2020, all 16 taps at the Codex tasting room in North Canton are filled with beer. To help you get through all that material, maybe you could use a study aid?
Codex is debuting “The CliffsNotes Version,” a flight board that holds sample-sized pours of all 16 brews on tap. Your high school English teacher may disapprove, but this is an excellent way to get a taste of all the brewery’s offerings. And hey, maybe you’ll find a new favorite and read the whole book, er, order a full pint next time through.
Details and current draft list available at facebook.com/codexbrewing