Ohio Brewing Company

Ohio Brewing Company is an award winning microbrewery. Our brewery produces a wide array of styles, from German ales to Irish Red ales to Stouts and even Oktoberfest lagers.


Brews


Alt-ernative Amber

Alt-ernative Amber

Gold Medal Winner May 2011 at the International Beer Fest at Cleveland IX Center. Our Dusseldorf originated Alt-style ale has a full amber color with an impressive malty aroma. The taste is superbly balanced with crisp hops, fine German-style malts and topped off with a nice dry finish. Our Alt is truly out of the mainstream!

Gravity: 13 Plato | IBU's: 40 | ABV: 5.4%



Buckeye Blonde

Belgian Wit Ale

People’s Choice Award Winner at the 2010 Cleveland Labor Day Oktoberfest. Our lightest regular brew. Modeled after the German Kolsch-style ale our Gold is bone-dry with a soft malt flavor and An easily drinkable ale with a subtle spicy finish. Very refreshing and will take you back to the cafes of Brussels right here in the U.S.A.

Gravity: 12 Plato | IBU's: 21 | ABV: 5.0%

Availability: Draft,6-Pack Bottles



Cardinal Ale

Irish Red Ale

World Champion Gold Medal winner at the World Beer Championships and Best Red Ale 2010 Ohio Brew Week. This tasty, Irish Red Ale has a flavorful, nutty finish with hints of fruity undertones. Brewed with pale and caramel malts and bittered with the finest hops available.

Gravity: 12 Plato | IBU's: 25 | ABV: 5.0%

Availability: Draft,6-Pack Bottles



Double Irish Red

Irish-Style Red Ale

Our double Irish Red Ale is bursting with rich malty flavors that lead to a nice smooth finish. A potent ale for celebrating St. Patrick’s Day or any other day you see fit!

Gravity: 16.5 Plato | IBU's: 25 | ABV: 6.9%

Availability: Draft,6-Pack Bottles



Jingle Bell Ale

Jingle Bell Ale

People’s Choice Award Winner at the 2010 Cleveland Labor Day Oktoberfest. Our lightest regular brew. Modeled after the German Kolsch-style ale our Gold is bone-dry with a soft malt flavor and delicate hop bitterness. Our American made cousin is clean tasting, refreshing and smooth.

Gravity: 12 Plato | IBU's: 21 | ABV: 5.0%

Availability: Draft,6-Pack Bottles



O'Hoppy Ale

IPA / American India Pale Ale

An American India Pale Ale, this fine brew is a hop head’s delight! Wonderfully hoppy aromas are noticed first, followed by a rich, slightly fruity mouth feel and then finished with a sophisticated hop bitterness. This one’s not for the timid!

Gravity: 16 Plato | IBU's: 70 | ABV: 7.0%

Availability: Draft



Ohiofest

Oktoberfest-Style Beer

A nice fest beer with an Orange-Amber color with a malty finish. People’s Choice Award Winner at the 2009 Cleveland Labor Day Octoberfest!

Gravity: 14 Plato | IBU's: 35 | ABV: 6.8%

Availability: Draft,6-Pack Bottles



Twice Bitten Ale

Imperial Red Ale

Boldly flavored with hops, hops, hops! A brewmaster selection brewed only in small batches. Rich and malty aroma with spicy hop notes, followed by the rich flavor of malt up front with a hop expulsion in the end. The beer that bites you back!

Gravity: 18.5 Plato | IBU's: 75 | ABV: 8.0%

Availability: Draft



Verich Gold

Kolsch-Style Ale

People’s Choice Award Winner at the 2010 Cleveland Labor Day Oktoberfest. Our lightest regular brew. Modeled after the German Kolsch-style ale our Gold is bone-dry with a soft malt flavor and delicate hop bitterness. Our American made cousin is clean tasting, refreshing and smooth.

Gravity: 12 Plato | IBU's: 21 | ABV: 5.0%

Availability: Draft,6-Pack Bottles




Brewing Process

  1. The brewing process begins with freshly milled and carefully selected malted barley.
  2. The milled grain or grist is conveyed by an auger to the mash/lauter tun.
  3. In the mash/lauter tun the malts are mixed (mashed) with hot water and steeped.
  4. During mashing the malt enzymes convert the malt into a liquid sugar called wort, where afterward this clear wort is drawn off and transferred to the brewkettle.
  5. In the brewkettle the wort is boiled and a variety of hops are added for flavoring, bitterness and aroma.
  6. The wort is then channeled through a heat exchanger where it is cooled down from 200 degrees to room temperature and then transferred to a fermenter.
  7. In the fermenter yeast cultures are added to the cooled wort and then fermentation occurs as the yeast breaks the sugar in the wort down to alcohol and CO2. Fermentation takes approximately 10-14 days for ales and at least 21 days for lagers.
  8. When fermentation is finished for our lighter beers the yeast is filtered out and transferred to the bright beer or serving tanks. For our richer or darker beers the finished beer is simply transferred to the serving tanks.
  9. In the serving tanks carbonation is added.
  10. Beer is served directly from the serving tank via the tap tower to your glass. Cheers!

Ohio Brewing Company
2250 Front Street
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44221
+1-234-208-6243
inquiry@ohiobrewing.com





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