Land-Grant brings craft and Columbus pride to Brew Week
Land-Grant Brewing is named for the Morrill Act of 1862 which set aside federal land in each state for public universities. The love of a certain Columbus-based school inspired the name, and the love of the city itself led the owners of Land-Grant to set up shop in the area.
Coming up on four years of brewing, Land-Grant has cranked out a huge range of beers. From their core 1862 Kolsch, Greenskeeper Session IPA, Son of a Mudder Brown Ale, and Stiff-Arm IPA to collaborations, seasonals and themed series, they’ve produced fantastic examples in a wide variety of styles.
If you’re looking for a good spot in Columbus, check out Land-Grant’s taproom in Franklinton, located across from the new BrewDog location.
Land-Grant even has a taproom at John Glenn International Airport. It’s arguably the best place to wait for your flight.
Of course, you can find a range of Land-Grant brews in six-packs and on draft around Columbus, and right here in Athens for Ohio Brew Week.
Make sure to follow Land-Grant and Ohio Brew Week on social media and check our beer list for where to find them around Athens this year.