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Postby Woolybear » Sun Feb 10, 2013 12:58 pm

While in WV Paula and I talked a little about Ohio V&B's seeing as she and her husband have been to multiple ones there while visiting family. Mike had also asked about it when we were driving through Ohio from Parkersbug to Pittsburgh.
So here is a first pass Ohio list. There are one or two that I'm fuzzy on so if anyone knows of places I missed or places that shouldn't be there please speak up.

http://www.putinbaybrewery.com/
put-in-bay brewing (island Lake Erie)

http://kelleysislandbrewpub.com/The-Brewery/about-us.html
kelleys island brewing (island Lake Erie)

http://hazardsvillas.com/dining.php
St Hazards Restaurant and Micro-brewery (a resort, island Lake Erie)? - Not sure about having this one on the list they do not brew in the pub persay but "onsite" but its a large scale resort so onsite does not mean anywere near the pub itself. I'm not comfortable with it but I'm putting it out here for dsicussion.

http://oh-maumeebaybrewpub.com/
maumee bay brewing (Toledo geo-area)

http://www.gcfb.net/locations/oh
Granite city food and beverage (Toledo geo-area)

http://www.alexandriasfindlay.com/#!about-us
Alexandria's

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Quarter-Barrel-Brewery-Pub/115235041873476
quarter barrel brewery and pub

http://www.rockbottom.com/
Rocky Bottom (Cincinnati geo- area)

http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/2953/?view=beerfly
Portsmouth Brewing - Maults brewpub

http://jackieos.com/drupal/?q=brewpub
Jackie O's

http://www.mbcpub.com/
Marietta

http://www.weaselboybrewing.com/#/home/4548152595
Weasel Boy (Columbus geo-area)

http://www.jfwalleyes.net/index.php
JF Walleyes (Columbus geo-area)

http://www.barleysbrewing.com/smokehouse/
Barleys brewery and smokehouse (Columbus geo-area)

http://www.barleysbrewing.com/downtown/
Barleys Brewpub

http://www.gordonbiersch.com/locations/
Gordon Biersch (Columbus geo-area)

http://www.columbusbrewingco.com/
Columbus Brewing Company

http://beermapping.com/maps/reviews/reviews.php?locid=6629
Brown Derby Roadhouse (Cleveland geo-area)

http://www.lagerheads.us/
Lagerheads (Cleveland geo-area)

http://www.thebrewkettle.com/brewery/index.htm
Brew Kettle (Cleveland geo-area)

http://www.cornerstonebrewing.com/Menu.html
Cornerstone Brewing (Cleveland geo-area)

http://www.fatheadscleveland.com/brewery.php
fat heads (Cleveland geo-area)

http://rockyriverbrewco.com/
Rocky River (Cleveland geo-area)

http://www.greatlakesbrewing.com/brewpub/around-the-brewpub
Great Lakes Brewing (Cleveland geo-area)

http://marketgardenbrewery.com/
Market Garden (Cleveland geo-area)

https://www.facebook.com/NanoBrewCleveland/page_map
Nano Brew Cleveland (Cleveland geo-area)

http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/1086
Cleveland Chophouse and Brewery (part of Rocky Bottom chain, Cleveland geo-area)

http://www.thebottlehousebrewingcompany.com/
Bottlehouse (Cleveland geo-area)

http://willoughbybrewing.com/beer/our-beer/
Willoughby Brewing (Cleveland geo-area)

http://www.chardonbrewworks.com/index.html
Chardon Brewworks (Cleveland geo-area)

http://www.cornerstonebrewing.com/
Cornerstone brewing

http://www.msg-brew.com/Index.html
Main street grille and brewery

http://innline.com/hockingweb/hockingmember.asp?PropertyId=IL4266
Hide-A-Way Hills Lodge (resort)

That's 33 leading to 24 for completion
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Re: Ohio

Postby redshorts47 » Sun Feb 10, 2013 11:54 pm

Thanks Paul for putting it together :toast:
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Re: Ohio

Postby Tom » Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:27 am

The resort reminds me of the Wagner setup. They do not literally brew in the building you east in, but it's close enough. If it is one large resort complex all owned by the same company, it's probably good enough.
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Re: Ohio

Postby redshorts47 » Mon Feb 11, 2013 12:57 pm

I agree with Tom. If it's the same owners on the same piece of property it's good enough for me.
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Re: Ohio

Postby Woolybear » Mon Feb 11, 2013 2:33 pm

So we will leave it on a active list and if someone goes and finds out otherwise then we will deal with it in kind. :toast:
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Re: Ohio

Postby prepka » Mon Feb 11, 2013 7:15 pm

I had a post way back in May 2011 titled "Cleveland Rocks" with some of the Ohio brewpubs.
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Re: Ohio

Postby redshorts47 » Mon Feb 11, 2013 7:34 pm

With 13 on the list being in the Cleveland area, I say "Cleveland Rocks" for sure Paula.

Hope to at least stop at Fat Heads on the way to it back from Tennessee to try out their Head Hunter IPA which had some what of a Cult following like Heady Topper of the Alchemist does.
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Re: Ohio

Postby Laurie » Tue Feb 12, 2013 7:52 am

The atmosphere in Fat Heads was amazing when we stopped there, as well as the beer! So many IPA's to choose from Lee - you will have to sample them all - call a cab!
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