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Columbus brewery celebrating ten years with block party-style bash

Columbus brewery celebrating ten years with block party-style bash

Jack McLaughlin

One of the city’s cornerstone craft breweries is turning ten years old, and it plans to celebrate in style.

Wolf’s Ridge Brewing, which will celebrate its 10th anniversary this fall, is creating a unique festival to commemorate the date. 

It’s time to say hello to Wolfstock.


Held from 12-10 p.m. on Sept. 30, the block-party style event will feature food, music, art, live music and—of course—plenty of great craft beer. Wolfstock plans to shut down the alleys adjacent to the brewery’s Downtown location in order to hold a the event,

The 10th anniversary celebration will feature live DJs, interactive art displays sponsored by 934 Gallery and the Columbus Museum of art, in addition to pickle ball courts sponsored by Pickle & Chill, corn hole, Giant Jenga and pop-a-shot.

Wolfstock will offer a hog roast plus a satellite bar and patio serving Wolf’s Ridge beer (with plenty of limited edition releases) as well. The event will be located at 215 N. 4th St.

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