Central Ohio brewers mash in on Columbus Craft Beer Week collab

Written by on March 22, 2019 in Beer - No comments

This morning, representatives from more than a dozen local breweries met up at Seventh Son Brewing to mash in on the collaboration beer for this year’s fifth annual Columbus Craft Beer Week, which will take place May 17-25.

This year’s collaboration is Six One Pour, a hazy IPA with key lime puree featuring newly released Sabro and Idaho Gem hops and Omega Kviek yeast. The beer shares its name with CCBW’s flagship beer festival, which this year will take place at COSI on May 18. Tickets are now on sale for $45-$65 with DD tickets also available.

Representatives from Barley’s Brewing, Brew Brothers, BrewDog, Grove City Brewing, Homestead, Hofbrauhaus, Ill Mannered, Land-Grant, Lineage, Nocterra, North High Brewing, Nostalgia, Olentangy River Brewing, Outerbelt Brewing, Pretentious and Seventh Son took part in today’s collaboration brew day.

The beer will be released in mid May around the kickoff of Columbus Craft Beer Week. The beer will be available in kegs and cans at many of the venues participating in CCBW as well as at Six One Pour: The Ohio Craft Beer Fest.

Related: the deadline for Columbus Craft Beer Week events to be submitted for inclusion in the print program is today.

photo courtesy Ohio Craft Brewers Association


full disclosure: Drink Up Columbus is an in-kind sponsor of Columbus Craft Beer Week

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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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