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Brewery tipping tap to UA’s 100th bday with limited-edition IPA

Brewery tipping tap to UA’s 100th bday with limited-edition IPA

614now Staff

Toast Upper Arlington’s Ccentennial with a cold one brewed especially for the celebration. Pickerington’s Combustion Brewery is tipping their tap to UA with 1918, a drinkable limited-edition Session IPA with citrus fruit and oral hop notes.

The craft beer is available now in the following Upper Arlington locations:

  • Houlihan’s
  • Old Bag Of Nails
  • Rusty Bucket
  • The Daily Growler
  • Yabo’s Tacos
  • Carsonie’s
  • Pointe Tavern
  • Giant Eagle Beverage Bar
  • Scioto Country Club
  • OSU Golf Course
  • Fukuryu Ramen
  • Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse

Here’s a list of the other events Upper Arlington has planned to celebrate their 100th birthday:

  • Legacy Project Ground Breaking/ Upper Arlington’s Birthday – Tuesday, March 20, Northam Park
  • Easter Candy Hunt – Saturday, March 24, Thompson Park
  • Arbor Day – Friday, April 27 – Plant 100 trees throughout Upper Arlington in honor of the last 100 years.
  • Spring Fling – Saturday, May 19, Sunny 95 Park
  • Wall of Honor – Sunday, May 20, Municipal Services Center
  • Upper Arlington Pools Open – Saturday, May 26 through Monday May 28 – Opening weekend will feature DJ’s, food trucks, ice cream sundae stands with each pool featuring a different theme to celebrate the Centennial
  • Upper Arlington Civic Association Memorial Day Run – Monday, May 28, Kingsdale
  • Music in the Parks – All summer long, Sunny 95 Park
  • Movie in the Park – Friday night movies featured during June and July
  • Fourth of July Celebration – Wednesday, July 4, Northam Park – Unveiling of the Legacy Project and History Walk
    • Fourth of July Parade
    • Party in the Park
    • Fireworks
  • Summer Celebration – Thursday, July 19, Thompson Park – Feature games and sports from 1918
  • Labor Day Arts Festival – Monday, September 3, Northam Park
  • Fall Fest- Sunday, October 14, Fancyburg Park
  • Winter Festival – Friday, December 1, Historic District, Mallway
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