Alematic Artisan Ales is open from 3 to 10 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, and noon to 11 on Saturdays, according to Greg Cason, the brewery’s co-founder. The brewery and tap room are housed in 4,000 square feet of space in the Huber Center just off Brandt Pike (Ohio 201). The tap room seats 93.
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Visitors to the new brewery will have a selection beers brewed in-house, including Brick City Porter, Sideline Reporter (Blonde Ale), OTB (Oatmeal Table Beer), Lesser Known Favorites (Session IPA), Drip (Pale Ale) and New Steez (American IPA).
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The brewery has no plans to prepare its own food, and is encouraging customers to bring in food from nearby restaurants, Cason said.
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Long-term plans do include canning and bottling, which will be done on-site, and for distributing Alematic Artisan Ales products into the retail marketplace, the brewery co-founder said. The brewery will make small-batch ales, lagers and sours, and eventually will make its own wines and ciders.
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It is located between The Heights Cafe and Bright Now Dental.
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