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The Big Rollout

I’m going to let you in on a bit of a secret: For all the excitement over the influx of new brewers we’ve seen hanging their shingles in town, some of the product has been…

Booze News

Brewery Beat Columbus Brewing Company revealed plans for new branding, including new bottles and labels. The brewery is expanding later this year into a 50,000 square-foot production facility with a 30bbl brewhouse. Smokehouse Brewing Company…

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Kickstart the Ovens

The first time I visited The Commissary on Dublin Road, I walked in through an open fence and tiptoed around piles of blasted concrete and leaning towers of drywall. The second time I visited, I…

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Beer School: Black Days

What’s the difference between and stout and a porter? Everybody seems to have an opinion on this, but the correct answer is simple: none. You can go back and study the history of the two…

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Brewing Up

The universe is in a state of expansion, and that’s the name of the game when it comes to craft beer in Columbus. While Stone spurned us in favor of the former capital of the…

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The New Gastronomy

By definition, a gastropub is any drinking establishment that also serves high-end food. Presumably, one could classify a place like Clintonville’s O’Reilly’s a “gastropub,” if only for the mammoth burgers covered in piquant peppercorns, a…

King of Beers

Have you ever enjoyed a locally brewed craft beer in Columbus? Then you should buy Scott Francis a beer. Actually, you should probably buy him a couple rounds. Just about anyone who is anyone in…

Beertown, USA

They used to call us “Cowtown.” Lots of places have been saddled with that nickname, but it really had some traction when it came to Columbus. The city’s leaders weren’t keen on it, and a…

Your Happy Place

Whether single or married, I suspect few people’s happy place is connected with Valentine’s Day. The holiday can be contrived and clichéd, and restaurants are often packed with displays of affection that should have been…

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