It Takes a Village: Being Part of the Craft Community

December 24th, 2017    •  by Jim    •   No Comments »

Running a tour company featuring craft breweries in Central Ohio involves a lot more than drinking beer. To understand and engage the community, we look for ways to become part of it. That means between tours, we are spending a lot of time at breweries asking questions, finding out what is new, etc., and sometimes just hanging out. You can’t connect with the craft community by just just dropping in a few times per week and leaving after 50 minutes, you need to build the relationship. In the world of social media, we look to support our partners by sharing […]

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How to Win at Thanksgiving in Columbus

November 9th, 2017    •  by Bethia    •   No Comments »

10 ways to make your Columbus, Ohio Thanksgiving preparations easier from pies to wine pairings.

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Apples Galore

October 25th, 2017    •  by Bethia    •   4 Comments »

It finally feels like fall and, and fall means Ohio apples. There are over 50 varieties of heirloom and traditional apples to discover at local pick-your-own farms and farmers markets, from Melrose to Rome Beauty. We’re not the only ones enjoying apples this season, though; Columbus chefs, bakers, and mixologists are having plenty of fun with all things apple. You only have one weekend left to enjoy the nostalgia of a caramel apple from Fox in the Snow in Italian Village. This weekend’s special is a granny smith dipped in a jaw straining caramel and crusted in peanuts. It’s hard […]

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We are BIG on Wolf’s Ridge Barrel Aged Beers

September 28th, 2017    •  by Jim    •   No Comments »

Four Septembers ago Wolf’s Ridge Brewing opened this doors to their restaurant and brewery and we ran our first public tour. In the following months we made a lot of trips to Wolf’s Ridge and watched a weekly evolution of the business and their approach to the craft of beer. No one at Wolf’s Ridge Brewing would have predicted the deep lines that queue up for their special bottle releases today or that they would be able to find the extra space to build up a highly respected barrel aging program. Well, they did, and they did it well. Chris […]

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Restaurants Are Like Buses

September 26th, 2017    •  by Bethia    •   1 Comment »

Lots of exciting new restaurants opening in Columbus this Fall.

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