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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Columbus- #6, eh?

I'll be heading to Columbus later in October for a Penn State/Ohio State Saturday night college football game. Be sure to check back in a month when I help to confirm this article on the Columbus beer scene. I'd certainly throw my votes behind numbers 1, 2, 4, 5, and 7. We'll see about Columbus. There's been a few awards handed out to Columbus-based beer in the past, if that's any indication. In addition to local establishments, Gordon Biersch, Whole Foods, and Mad Mex are also serving up craft beer to The Buckeye crowd.


vgrid said...

I'll also recommend hitting Elevator Brewery; they have a more upscale food menu. Barleys is good for bbq, if you are after that.

Bryan said...

I've noticed Elevator online before. I'll be sure to check them out if we're nearby. Thanks for the tips! BBQ is definitely high on my list, esp. with the right beer.