Archive for October, 2014

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October 31, 2014, No comments

The saison. Typically, a crisp and refreshing drink of bright flavors and fruity tartness. Rockmill’s Saison Noir completely obliterates that notion, creating a potent concoction of earthy darkness and luscious […]

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Celebrate Sour Fest at Yellow Brick Pizza

October 30, 2014, No comments

In honor of their fifth anniversary, Yellow Brick Pizza is throwing a month-long Sour Fest featuring a pretty remarkable selection of sour beers. Sour ...

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Park Street Cantina boasts state’s largest whiskey selection

October 30, 2014, 1 Comment

Park Street Cantina is claiming to be home to the largest whiskey selection in Columbus… [Buzz Lightyear voice] and beyond! According to Cantina ...

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Learn to Homebrew Day November 1

October 29, 2014, No comments

If you’ve always wanted to brew your own beer but didn’t know where to start, there’s no better time than this Saturday, November 1, ...

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    Holiday Cocktail Competition November 12
    October 29, 2014, No comments

    Almost two dozen local bartenders will compete for your vote at the 2nd annual Holiday Cocktail Competition taking place November 12 at Gallerie Bar & Bistro. Bartenders from 22 restaurants […]

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    Actual bottles barrel-aged beers
    October 28, 2014, No comments

    If you like your beer to come with a bourbon kick, you’ll want to pick up a bottle (or seven) of Actual Brewing’s two new brews. Actual Brewing has just […]

  • gratitude ipa
    Stone Gratitude IPA coming November 12
    October 25, 2014, 1 Comment

    After announcing earlier this month that they will be building their east coast operation in Richmond, not Columbus, Stone released a letter promising a special beer to be released only […]

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    Beer from Here: Homestead 1805 IPA
    October 23, 2014, No comments

    The Homestead Beer Company creates what they like to call “artisan beers” (actually, they just call their brews “good”). Whatever label you’d like to use, each Homestead beer stays true […]