"My uncle was a firefighter and he had his wake here when he died," said Pohlman.
Under the new ownership, the bar will receive some much needed upgrades. Pohlman has already tackled various improvements, which include purchasing a new jukebox, replacing the awning out front and landscaping around the property.
You can also expect to see new additions to the food menu and a wider variety of both beer and liquor. Pohlman has already been meeting with distributors during the month he has been running the place.
Pohlman plans to keep Warped Wing on tap, but also hopes to include other Ohio breweries like Elevator from Columbus and Rhinegeist from Cincinnati.
"Because of the tradition associated with the past ownership, there was not a lot of change. It just kind of ran itself and nothing went downhill but nothing really went uphill either," said Pohlman. "While I'm going to change things, they knew change would be involved, but they wanted the history to be respected."
There are still 35 years worth of St. Patrick's Day pictures adorning the walls, he mentioned, just in case you ever want to take a walk down memory lane.