House Wine builds out beer offerings

Written by on August 20, 2013 in Bars, Beer, Worthington - No comments

house wine beerWorthington’s House Wine may be most known for their wine retail selection and their enomatic wine vending machine, but the shop has had three beers on tap and a modest but solid beer bottle selection for a while, owner Donnie Austin just added an additional 12 taps to better serve the beer crowd.

“We’ve had a wide selection of American craft brews by the bottle with three on draft for a while and we’ve seen a steady increase in beer sales and our customers craving more,” said Austin. “We feel that a vast selection of craft beer complements our wine selection, for both retail and on-premise customers, which includes 24 wines by the ounce or glass along with about 500 wines by the bottle. Now we have all fronts covered when it comes to wine and beer. Customers can drink the craft drafts at our shop, take home a growler or select from our 100+ beers by the bottle.”

House Wine plans to offer a wide variety of styles and a few local beers, from Columbus and around the state. Our initial offering includes Seventh Son, Jackie O’s, Thirsty Dog and Great Lakes. Growler fills at House Wine Our range from $14 to $29 for a growler fill. Only three of the beers are more than $20.

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Cheryl Harrison. Editor of Drink Up Columbus. Geek of the craft beer/board game/sci-fi varieties. Fan of patios.

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