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Why These Central Ohio Restaurants Won’t Re-Open for Dine-In Yet

Susan Post Susan Post Why These Central Ohio Restaurants Won’t Re-Open for Dine-In Yet

Two months to the day after Ohio’s bars and restaurants were ordered to close to dine-in customers, they were allowed to welcome back patrons for outdoor dining as of May 15. Indoor dining is set to follow on May 21. Operating on notoriously tight margins, eight weeks can feel like an eternity for small, locally-owned […]

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What Will it Take For Local Restaurants to Survive the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Susan Post Susan Post What Will it Take For Local Restaurants to Survive the Coronavirus Pandemic?

If there’s one certainty that local restaurants and breweries are facing in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s that the future is uncertain. As the state starts in on week five of bars and restaurants being closed to dine-in patrons, with at least another two weeks to go, a picture is emerging that there’s […]

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Wolf’s Ridge Brewing Starts Canning from New Production Facility

Susan Post Susan Post Wolf’s Ridge Brewing Starts Canning from New Production Facility

Wolf’s Ridge Brewing is ready to stretch its legs with an additional 20,000 square feet of space. The Downtown brewery has officially taken over the former Four String Brewing production facility at 660 N. Hague Ave. Outgrowing its 215 N. Fourth St. complex, which includes the brewery, restaurant, taproom and event space the Hickory Room, […]

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First Look: Wolf’s Ridge Brewing’s Event Space The Hickory Room

Susan Post Susan Post First Look: Wolf’s Ridge Brewing’s Event Space The Hickory Room

Events have found their own dedicated space at Wolf’s Ridge Brewing. The Hickory Room is now open at 215 N. Fourth St. Sharing the building with the dining room and taproom, Wolf’s Ridge now occupies the entire 17,000 square feet of its Downtown address. Wolf’s Ridge Co-Owner Bob Szuter says they’ll have more flexibility in […]

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Opinion: Paid Leave Is Good for Ohio Small Businesses

Bob Szuter Bob Szuter Opinion: Paid Leave Is Good for Ohio Small Businesses

When you talk to business owners about what make their business successful, they often say their employees are their number one assets. That’s certainly true for the Columbus small business I co-own with my father, Wolf’s Ridge Brewing. We want to keep our employees happy, and for us, part of how we do that is […]

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Wolf’s Ridge Brewing Increasing Production, Adding Taproom Kitchen

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner Wolf’s Ridge Brewing Increasing Production, Adding Taproom Kitchen

Wolf’s Ridge Brewing is gearing up to welcome two significant business expansions. Come December, the brewery will be gaining three new floor-to-ceiling fermenters. The fermenters will be installed on the left wall of Wolf Ridge’s sizable taproom, in full view of customers. Production will triple, increasing from 1,000 barrels per year to 3,000. This increase […]

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First Look: Wolf’s Ridge Brewing Tap Room

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner First Look: Wolf’s Ridge Brewing Tap Room

Wolf’s Ridge Brewing Company has unveiled their long awaited tap room to the public. The Downtown brewery, which opened in 2013, has been planning and reconstructing the tap room since just two months after the front of house opened. It sits at the back of their Downtown building, on the corner between Lazelle and Hickory. […]

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URBAN LIVING TOUR 2020

This year’s Urban Living Tour event has been postponed due to COVID-19, but will be returning later this summer!

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