Our craft beer scene is so great, breweries from out of state are trying to get in on the action.
Braxton Brewing Co., out of Northern Kentucky will begin distributing in Columbus beginning February 6, according to The Dispatch.
“We couldn’t be more excited to finally head north to Columbus,” said Jake Rouse, Co-Founder and CEO of Braxton Brewing in a release. “Over the past six months we’ve been working with Superior Beverage, as well as bar and retail partners, to open the Buckeye city in a big way. Launch week is going to be a blast!”
You may have heard about Braxton Brewing from their collaborations with Graeter’s Ice cream—Black Raspberry Chocolate Chip Milk Stout ring a bell? But before we jump to the big leagues, we’ll start with the brewery’s two flagships, Storm Golden Cream Ale and Revamp IPA, along with its current seasonal, Spotlight White IPA, in cans and on draft. They also promise us limited special releases as they become available.
But most importantly, Braxton Brewing has whipped up something special just for Columbus—a chocolate, peanut butter brew called Buckeye Stout.
Wanna get the full Braxton effect without the drive? Hit up one of their 12 launch events around the city.Events