The Granville Brewing Company has been busy – but you wouldn’t know it from their website, social media accounts or local media coverage, because they’ve been pretty much radio silent for the past year.
“I think we’ll go at least another year being the small, quiet brewery that not too many people have heard of, and just continue to slowly grow our hard core fan base,” said co-owner Jay Parsons.
Well, I’m slightly messing with their master plan of quiet domination by offering up an update about the small Granville brewery whose delicious bottled Belgians we fell in love with last year.
First, Granville Brewing has released several new beers, which have only been made available at Brew’s Cafe and Beverage Source so far. The Villager, a light Belgian Golden; The Traveller, a dry-hopped American Pale Ale; The Tyrant, a Russian Imperial Stout; and an experimental Winter Saison. Up next, Parsons says, is a Porter, and a sour triple that’s got a few months left to age.
The small operation is in the process of adding a walk-in coooler and brite tank to make kegging easier, as well as a counter pressure to make bottling easier, both of which will hopefully mean more Granville beer available in Central Ohio. While they still are operating on their 1BBL brewing system, they’re looking into expanding that soon, too.
In the meantime, visit The Granville Brewing Company on a Columbus Brew Adventures tour and pick up their bottles wherever and whenever you can find them.