We've spent significant time doing market research (drinking beer) and developed a taste for some of the best craft beers around. We truly respect the innovators and leaders of the craft beer industry (Dogfish Head, Stone, Rogue, Bells, Founders, etc...). We aim to produce every beer to the standards of our favorite beers from the breweries we admire.
Founded in 2013, we are not just Worthington's only craft brewery, we are unique in that we focus on high gravity, full bodied ales. Body is the sensation of fullness of a beer on the palate, while gravity refers to the dissolution of sugars during fermentation, which results in a beer’s alcoholic strength. Full body, high gravity means a big mouth feel and a generally higher alcohol by volume percentage. You don't pound these down, you sip slowly and savor the goodness.
Big beers only. It’s what we do.
THE BREWERY AND TAPROOM
We’re conveniently nestled off Huntley road, just off 270 at the US-23 exit or off I-71 at the OH-161 exit. We brew, bottle and barrel age all of our beer in this location under the watchful eyes of our brewery cat, Hops. Curious how it all works? Brewery tours are available with a reservation.
Our spacious taproom is open Tuesday - Sunday with seasonal, limited release and year-round brews on tap and bottles for sale. We host food trucks Tuesday-Saturday so you can get some grub while you sip (or feel free to order in), Tuesday through Thursday we have Happy Hour, and at least once a month we host live music. See our Events and Food pages for more details!
Bring the whole family! We have soft drinks and water for the kids, and you can catch Crew and Ohio State Football on our big screens, play board games and sit outside on our patio! We’re dog friendly too. We can even host your special family or work event in our space. See our hours below to plan your visit. See you soon!
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT HUNTLEY ROAD CONSTRUCTION:
Starting Monday September 30, the southbound lane of Huntley Road will be closed starting at the light at Worthington-Galena Rd and continuing up to the railroad tracks just south of our building for a water line replacement project. Northbound traffic will remain open with occasional lane shifts as work is completed across the road.
The southbound lane will be closed for up to a month.
The detour route is shown on the map shown here.
We appreciate your patience as the city works to complete this phase of this construction project.
Note: This construction is part of the Northeast Gateway project; details can be found here: