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Great Lakes Imperial Blackout Stout

Great Lakes Brewing Company, founded in 1988 by brothers Patrick and Daniel Conway, was the first brewpub and microbrewery in Ohio. Important to Cleveland’s local identity, the brewery distributes over a dozen year round and seasonal brews. 175 more words

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Great Lakes Had Cleveland Feeling The Christmas Spirit At #FirstPour2015

Yesterday, Jeff, Aly, & Producer Rebecca went to Great Lakes Brewery for #FirstPour2015 and tossed back a few Christmas Ales!

A big thank you to our friends at cleveland.com for chatting with The Jeff Show!   71 more words


Santa taps first Christmas ale keg at Great Lakes Brewing Company

CLEVELAND- The air just turned crisp, leaves are crunching on the ground and Christmas is 64 days away.

But at Great Lakes Brewing Company in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood, the holiday season starts early. 113 more words


Great Lakes Barrel-Aged Christmas Ale Bottles Coming this Nov.

Great Lakes Barrel-Aged Christmas Ale has made it into bottles! The Cleveland brewery’s wildly popular seasonal ale has been aged in oak bourbon barrels and wrapped up in 22oz bombers for everyone’s holiday enjoyment. 71 more words

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Lititz Craft Beer Fest 2015

The 2nd annual Lititz Craft Beer Fest has come and gone like a stein of beer in a German beer garden. The recently named #1 town in Pennsylvania to “Get Away from It All” saw several thousand beer enthusiasts flood its streets, clamoring for the mix of local and national brewers pouring their best for the three hour event. 1,434 more words

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Der Dunbar: Paul Dunbar's German-American Dialect Poem "Lager Beer"

It’s Oktoberfest season around the world, so I’ve decided to highlight an interesting poem of Paul Dunbar’s in honor of the occasion. Oktoberfest is a sixteen-day long beer and folk festival held in Munich each year in September that has inspired other similar celebrations around the world. 726 more words

Great Lakes Sharpshooter Session Wheat IPA

One of the things that I’ve seen more and more in the beer world is trendy styles. For awhile, session beers were really in style and then wheat-IPA hybrids. 262 more words