Archive for April, 2011

April 29, 2011, 2 Comments

This is a guest post by Brandie Williams. Brandie believes that drinking your feelings should be a delicious endeavor! She’ll never say “no” to more hops or a free shot. […]


Viva Las Vino: Wine Tasting to Benefit Epilepsy Research

April 27, 2011, No comments

Whether you prefer a crisp white or a bold red— or you don’t know the difference— there will be plenty to fill your glass at Viva Las Vino, the ...

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A New Breed of Shooter: The Savory

April 26, 2011, No comments

This is a guest post by Lydia Johnson. Lydia likes wheat beers and malbecs and whiskey, primarily. I’ll try anything. Except hops. I hate hops. ...


Growlers in Columbus

April 25, 2011, 10 Comments

UPDATE: We posted a much lengthier list in June 2012 which you can viewhere For hopheads, growlers are a great way to enjoy craft beer at home. A grow ...

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    Columbus Beerfest Returns May 20-21
    April 23, 2011, 1 Comment

    This is a guest post from Sean Hertzsch. Sean is a bourbon and beer guy that really likes wine. He avoids vodka as much as possible, but gin makes him […]

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    Alcohol Coming to the Ohio State Fair
    April 22, 2011, 5 Comments

    I’ve never personally been a fan of the Ohio State Fair, because I don’t like animals, rides, or small children, and I don’t like being around massive crowds of people […]

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    Barley Basics
    April 21, 2011, No comments

    When undergoing fermentation, yeast consumes sugars to produce alcohol and carbon dioxide (see Yeast Inspection).  In beer, barley (a cereal grain) is the source of these sugars, compared to wines […]

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    COSI After Dark: Ocean
    April 19, 2011, 18 Comments

    COSI After Dark: Because really, who hasn’t wanted to play in a massive science center under the influence? On the third Thursday of every month, COSI opens up after-hours for […]

  • Club 185: German Village Elegance
    April 18, 2011, No comments

    This is a guest post by Jason Crowe. Jason was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts; a city rich in history and even richer in taverns and public houses. With […]