Popular brewing company temporarily closing their Columbus taproom location

Sav McKee

There’s a brewing company that’s been a staple in Columbus since 1988, known for their Bodhi Double IPA and smooth American Lager. For the past couple of decades, they’ve been growing, rearranging, and adapting, and now, they’re going through another transition. 

Columbus Brewing Company announced yesterday, November 30th, that they’re temporarily closing one of their taproom locations, located on the West-side at 2555 Harrison Road, starting December 10th. 

“This temporary closure helps us bring you amazing new food choices, new beers and an expansion of our beverage menu. We hope to see you all again this spring! Stay tuned as we design our new plans and for reopening dates,” their Facebook post reads. 

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In the meantime, you can still grab a draft of all of your favorite beers at the Columbus Brewing Company Beer Hall at 200 Kelton Avenue! 

“We’re sorry for the inconvenience this temporary closure may cause our West-side friends,” CBC emphasized. 

It’s always admirable when a business can measure what’s working and what’s not, and adapt to fit their needs and Columbus’ desires. We’ll see you on the West-side in the spring-time.

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