Monthly Archives: July 2015

Land Grant Brewing – Good things come to those who wait

If breweries had theme songs Land Grant’s would have to be the old Ringo Starr song “It Don’t Come Easy.”  Things got off to a promising start when they launched a successful kickstarter campaign in February of 2012, but it … Continue reading

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Ohio vs The World Part 3 – Rockmill Cask Aged Tripel vs Allagash Curieux

Welcome to round three of the Ohio vs The World series.  For those of you who might have missed the earlier rounds, this is a sporadic series that pits Ohio beers against highly regarded beers from other parts of the world … Continue reading

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Land Grant releases metal-inspired saison series

The beers and decor at Land Grant Brewing are predominantly sports themed, the most obvious exception being the flagship 1862 Kolsch inspired by a dead senator. While Justin Morrill does sport sideburns that would give Wolverine a run for his money, his visage is more likely … Continue reading

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Beer Review – South of Eleven DIPA by Hoof Hearted

As the Central Ohio beer scene matures an increasing number of breweries are releasing their beer in bottles and cans, with the latter emerging as the more popular format. Land Grant and Actual Brewing have recently purchased canning machines, Jackie O’s keeps expanding … Continue reading

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Ohio Grown Hops Part 2 – The grower’s perspective

Welcome back for the second installment of my two part series on Ohio grown hops. Yesterday we got the brewer’s perspective.  For the most part everyone was supportive, some downright enthusiastic, about using local hops.  At the same time there were … Continue reading

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