First Look: CBC Taproom
CBC Taproom pours its first beers for patrons today, Wednesday, September 18.
The brewery’s first taproom in its 31 year history is now open at its production facility, 2555 Harrison Rd.
The CBC Taproom will featuring a rotating selection of 24 CBC drafts, from familiar favorites, to unique creations brewery followers won’t have seen before. There will be lagers, hoppy beers, barrel-aged beers and even a tequila barrel-aged sour on tap for the opening.
CBC’s Tony Corder says the opening of the taproom also coincides with the rollout of several small-batch, wet-hopped beers. Beers that can only be made during hop harvest, imbibers can expect a rollout of half a dozen of the brews during the next several weeks.
CBC will be filling growlers and crowlers of most beers, and have retail bottle sales. There’s merch, too, with a lineup of apparel and beer glasses.
A rotation of food trucks will cover the eats, with the day’s truck posted on the website. Patrons can also opt for pizza delivered from Joseppi’s.
CBC’s taproom seats 99 inside and is overlooked by a mural from Graphic Designer Greg Davis who also designs CBC’s packaging. There’s space for an additional 36 visitors on the patio.
The CBC Taproom is open daily, from 3-11 p.m. Monday – Thursday, 11 a.m – 12 a.m. Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday.
For more information, visit columbusbrewing.com.
All photos by Susan Post