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  • #90858

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    Central Ohio will be home to 4 new microbreweries by mid-year

    TRENDSPOTTING — BY MELANIE MCINTYRE

    MARCH 21, 2012 AT 8:00 AM

    Two microbreweries opened in Central Ohio this winter and two more are coming online in the spring− launches that suggest the region has become a hotbed for beer making.

    The brewers at the forefront of the trend say it’s no coincidence that these kinds of operations are cropping up in such close succession, that the microbrew scene has been heating up elsewhere for quite awhile and locals are finally getting in on the action.

    READ MORE: http://www.themetropreneur.com/columbus/central-ohio-home-4-microbreweries-mid-year/

    #487780

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    Strong Demand is Keeping Area Microbreweries Busy
    TRENDSPOTTING — BY MELANIE MCINTYRE
    JANUARY 28, 2011

    Microbrew production appears to be flourishing in Central Ohio and experts predict only good things for the industry’s future here. One reason for that rosy forecast is simple: There’s no shortage of beer enthusiasts in these parts.

    “There is a healthy beer culture beginning to assert itself throughout Columbus and the breweries that are up and running are doing a good job of capturing some of that momentum,” says Collin Castore, co-owner of Bodega and co-owner of The Barrel and Bottle.

    READ MORE: http://www.themetropreneur.com/columbus/strong-demand-is-keeping-area-microbreweries-busy/

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    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
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    The Actual Brewing Company Launching Production, Plans Downtown Brewpub
    By: Walker

    One evening last week, I found myself driving to a secluded warehouse out near the airport. After finding the right building, I located the properly marked door and let myself inside to find a dimly lit abandoned-looking office space. I was then greeted by two burly looking men with Galifianakis-esque beards.

    This is how a lot of horror movies start, which would be a fitting story today seeing as it’s Friday the 13th. But thankfully, everything was smooth sailing once I was led back into the warehouse area of the building and offered a beer. I had safely entered the production facility space of The Actual Brewing Company.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/the-actual-brewing-company-launching-production-plans-downtown-brewpub

    #487783
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
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    Published on May 16, 2012
    Elevator Brewing to Showcase Beer Films for Craft Beer Week
    By: Halie Williams

    In celebration of American Craft Beer Week 2012, Elevator Brewing is presenting a beer-related film festival, the first of its kind, at the Grandview Theater, on Thursday, May 17. The doors open at 5 p.m. and the films start at 7 p.m.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/elevator-brewing-to-showcase-beer-films-for-craft-beer-week

    #487784

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    Brewery tries to keep up with demand
    By GARY SEMAN JR.
    ThisWeek Community News
    Tuesday May 22, 2012 3:16 PM

    Columbus Brewing Co. is set to double its production, flooding the market with 8,000 gallons – or 1,500 additional cases – of beer each week. Eric Bean, owner and brewmaster of CBC, likes where his business is headed. Over the past year, he’s invested about $300,000 into the Brewery District facility, which includes four new fermenters and a semiautomated packaging machine that allows CBC to turn out 60 cases an hour.

    READ MORE: http://www.thisweeknews.com/content/stories/2012/05/22/tabletalk.html

    #487785

    Anonymous
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    Nice. CBC can do no wrong. I’ve told Eric that I’d much rather drink his beer (or most any other local brew) than Sam Adams or any other ubiquitous micro. Drinking Local should become easier and easier (but I’ll still send money to San Diego every once in a while…).

    #487786
    Porky
    Porky
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    Dude I can hardly stomach Sam Adams anymore, just a malty, sweet mess.
    No comparison to CBC, Barley’s or Elevator, it’s a fun time to be a beer fan in the
    C-Bus!

    #487787

    patient_zero
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    Pretty awesome shot here of the movers and shakers of the brewing industry in Central Ohio. Shot is from the Barley’s Brewing Company website, and taken during June 3rds Afternoon with the Brewers. I bet there is a similar shot gathering dust somewhere in Columbus with all the local brewers from the turn of the century during out last brewing revolution.

    Your Columbus area Brewer Line Up: 1. Angelo V Signorino, Jr, Barley’s Brewing Company & Barley’s Smokehouse & Brewpub 2. Steve Lothrop, Barley’s Brewing Company 3. Vic Shiltz, Elevator Brewing Company 4.Geoff Towne, Zauber Brewing Company 5. Michael Byrne, Buckeye Lake Brewing Company 6. Lori Wince, Weasel Boy Brewing Company 7. Beth Bean, Columbus Brewing Company 8. Jarrod Bichon, Hoof Hearted Brewing Company 9. Ryan Bichon, Hoof Hearted Brewing Company 10. Gabe Sturgess, Barley’s Brewing Company and Barley’s Smokehouse & Brewpub 11. Victor Ecimovich III, Hoster Brewing Company 12. Jay Wince, Weasel Boy Brewing Company 13. Dan Cochran, Four String Brewing Company 14. Eric Bean, Columbus Brewing Company 15. Trevor Williams, Hoof Hearted Brewing Company 16. Keith Jackson, Gordon Biersch Brewing Company

    More info about the gathering here:
    http://barleysbrewing.com/downtown/index.htm

    #487788

    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Lacking Neil House and Rockmill. Next year we hope to have them, along with Seventh Son, Oval and Actual. Walker wlll probably tell us about a couple more before the weeks out.

    #487789

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    Craft beer sales booming, outpacing regular beer, Brewers Association says
    Mar 20, 2013, 1:47pm EDT
    Dan Eaton
    Staff reporter-Business First

    Craft brew isn’t just booming in Central Ohio, it’s surging nationwide. According to the Brewers Association, the Boulder, Colo.-based trade group that represents the craft beer industry, sales in the segment rose 17 percent in 2012, while volume was up 15 percent. By comparison, the entire U.S. beer industry saw volume go up 1 percent.

    READ MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2013/03/20/craft-beer-industry-posting-strong.html

    #487790

    Anonymous
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    Sideswipe Brewing Co.
    The Facebooks

    #487791

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    How to Start a Microbrewery
    By Melanie McIntyre on April 9, 2013 at 8:00 am

    Over the last couple years, small, independent breweries have been cropping up left and right in Central Ohio. For many beer aficionados, sharing their very own recipe with the masses sounds like a dream come true.

    However, it’s important to realize that it takes a whole lotta planning and work to make that fantasy come to life. Lucky for you, we’ve found a couple pros willing to offer pertinent pointers to aspiring brewpreneurs. We hope you find their suggestions helpful.

    READ MORE: http://www.themetropreneur.com/columbus/start-brewery/

    #487792

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    Sideswipe Brewing to Launch in Columbus This Summer
    Published on May 21, 2013 10:00 am
    By: Walker

    The rate at which new Columbus microbreweries are launching has slowed in 2013, but don’t consider this launch cycle over just yet. Craig O’Herron is ready to throw his hat into the ring with the announcement of Sideswipe Brewing. Located just southwest of Grandview Heights, Sideswipe will launch later this summer as a production brewery with products available for purchase in nearby craft beer-friendly venues.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/sideswipe-brewing-to-launch-in-columbus-this-summer

    #487793

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    Entrepreneurs envision brewery incubator in Ohio City, where Medina company is moving its offices
    Print By Michelle Jarboe McFee, The Plain Dealer
    July 24, 2013 at 6:00 AM

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Local entrepreneurs are planning another brewery in Ohio City, the Cleveland neighborhood that has remade itself with a heavy emphasis on hops and malts. If Paul Benner and Justin Carson succeed, though, the newest player will be more business incubator than beer joint.

    READ MORE: http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2013/07/entrepreneurs_envision_brewery.html

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