All posts by Bill Babbitt

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February 23, 2021, No comments

Just 12 months ago, there was an exciting announcement for those of us in New Albany: Three Tigers Brewing and Harvest Pizza were collaborating on a new venture to be […]

Lineage adapts to survive

January 11, 2021, No comments

The past year has been a brutal one for bars, restaurants and breweries. In their nearly six years of operation, Lineage Brewing in Clintonville prima ...

New bars for New Albany

January 5, 2021, No comments

There are many things to like about living in New Albany, but the local beer scene has never been one. Two breweries had been looking to open in the s ...

Seventh Son selling beer bonds

December 9, 2020, No comments

Without question, 2020 has been an all-round miserable year. This is likely most true for local restaurants and craft breweries. Local brewpubs have b ...

  • The road to Rhetoric
    November 19, 2020, No comments

    If you’re up for a drive through the Ohio countryside on some Fall afternoon, head northwest out of town to Union County. Located just six miles from metropolitan Richwood, Ohio […]

  • Wolf’s Ridge claims high honors
    November 17, 2020, No comments

    Last month was a very good month for Wolf’s Ridge Brewing! First, they continued their success at the Great American Beer Festival with two medals. They snagged Gold in the […]

  • Dankhouse expands ahead of third anniversary
    September 23, 2020, 1 Comment

    Dankhouse Brewing in Newark is under going a major transformation as it approaches its third anniversary. A recent building addition has doubled their total space, increased inside seating by 50%, […]

  • Edison Brewing opens tonight in Gahanna
    August 6, 2020, 2 Comments

    Central Ohio’s newest brewery features a view of downtown Columbus, an iconic brewer, and a lineup of European lagers. Edison Brewing officially opens tonight in Gahanna next to the Golf […]

  • Galena Brewing moves to Westerville
    January 14, 2020, No comments

    When Galena Brewing opened in late 2018, we found it amusing that they were located in Johnstown and not in Galena, which is a small village just north of Columbus. […]