Congratulations to Ohio’s newest craft brewery, DankHouse Brewing in Newark. They celebrated their grand opening on Thursday, November 16th. DankHouse is Newark’s second craft brewery, but the first to open taproom on-premises. Buck’s Brewing Company is currently brewing in Newark with plans to open a taproom soon. Trek Brewing Company is also currently building their brewery and taproom in Newark and anticipate opening soon.
Fall is maybe the best time to visit Rockmill Brewery outside Lancaster. A nip in the air, the last flecks of autumn color and the first pours of Holiday Ale. Tasting room is generally open Thursday-Sunday, but check their calendar for precise hours.
Lager Heads Brewing Company’s Winter Mischief – an amber ale brewed with honey and spices – is now available in bottles and on draft in their Medina brewery taproom. Enjoy, but try not to get in trouble…
After four years in their current location at 227 N. Main St., Findlay Brewing Company is building out a new facility at 213 E. Crawford St. The new, larger brewery will allow them to expand their volume and selection, as well as re-open their taproom (the current location is only open on Fridays and Saturdays for growler fills). Final day for growler fills at the Main St. location is Saturday, December 9th (1:00-3:00 p.m.) Opening date for the Crawford St. location has yet to be announced.
Earnest Brew Works in Toledo is now open from 1:00-6:00 p.m. on Sundays. They’re tapping a Scottish Wee Heavy named Fat Bastard this weekend. Get in my belly!
Attention haze fans: Sixth Sense Brewing in Jackson is releasing Murkimus Juicimus New England IPA on Saturday, November 18th at 2 p.m. Murkimus Juicimus will be available in pint pours, crowler cans or growler fills.
Devil’s Kettle Brewing in Athens is releasing two barrel-aged beers this Saturday, November 18th: Apricoddled (wild ale aged with apricots) and Dirty Duke (sour porter barrel aged for 2+ years). Taproom opens at noon.
A very warm welcome to our two newest Ohio Craft Brewers Association Member breweries: Taft’s Brewporium and Nine Giant Brewing, both in Cincinnati. Both of these locations are now available for passport stamps on the Ohio On tap app, as well as in the Craft Connections Cincinnati brewery passport.
Brink Brewing in Cincinnati is holding a Friendsgiving dinner on Sunday, November 19th from 5:00-9:00 p.m. Brink will provide the turkey, you bring a side to share. They’ll also be collecting coats for the homeless, so please donate if you can.
Yellow Springs Brewery is holding a taproom-only can release of their new Northeast IPA, Turbo Dub, on Saturday, November 18th. Doors open at 11 a.m., so be sure to get there early and stake out your spot. Limited edition Turbo Dub spiegelau glasses will be available for purchase while supplies last.
Fifth Street Brewpub in Dayton will be tapping their Mint Cookie Stout on Wednesday, November 22nd at noon. Growler fills of this holiday treat will be only $12 plus tax through Sunday, November 26th.