There's no mistaking that Cleveland is a beer town. Whether we're knocking one back and a new brewery or drowning our sorrows after a Browns loss, beer is engrained in Cleveland's DNA. With that, it's only right that we put together a guide walking you through all that Cleveland's beer scene has to offer.
Avon Brewing Co. — Brian Weaver and Mathias Hauck funnel fresh ingredients from the kitchen to the kettle.
The Brew Kettle — Brew your own beer in their 6-kettle person brew system.
Brick and Barrel — Thoughtful craft beers made in small batches make this place stand out.
Cleveland Brewery — Owner John Fuduric uses his neighbors for beer inspiration.
Collision Bend Co. — Luke Purcell is all about having fun with his beers ranging from saisons to wheat ales
Double Wing Brewing — Wine snobs and beer geeks unite at this brewery located on Ohio's largest estate winery.
Fat Head's Brewery — Reinspire your palate with these hoppy, fruity beers
Forest City Brewery — This 40-seat brewery is old-school to its core.
Goldhorn Brewery — This brewery pays homage to the area's Slovenian roots with Eastern-European style beers.
Great Lakes Brewing Co. Ohio's first craft brewery keeps up with the trends.
Hansa Brewery — Creative brews will put this German gem on the top of your list.
HiHo Brewery — Everything about this brewery is a family affair
Hofbrauhaus Cleveland — All the beer here is made with ingredients shipped from Germany
Hoppin' Frog — These award-winning brews are accompanied by nightly events and a hearty menu.
Jolly Scholar — Come here after class to grab a pint or come here to show off your own brewing skills.
Lager Heads Brewing Co. — Medina County's first craft brewer offers something for the traditional sipper and the adventurer.
Local Brewers make a case for craft beers
Madcap Brew Co. — Grab a beer, play some pinball and grab some grub from the rotating lineup of food trucks.
Market Garden Brewery — This local brewery can pump out nearly 1,000 gallons of beer per day.
Masthead Brewing Co. — Sitting on the lesser-trafficked side of town, Masthead Brewing Co. serves up wood-fired pizzas with its beers.
Nano Brew Cleveland — This small brewery can get as creative as it wants with a one-barrel system.
New Albion Beer — BrewDog USA is now churning out its New Albion Red and Oatmeal Stout.
Noble Beast Brewing — Cleveland's industrial past meets its creative future inside of Noble Beast.
Ohio City Brewing Co. — The fourth time's a charm for this brewery.
Platform Beer Co. — Experimentation and authenticity have been key for this brewery's rising success.
R. Shea Brewing — Chemist-turned-brewer Ronald Shea will give you a science lesson on the art of making beer.
Railroad BrewingCo. — This Avon brewery runs the gamut in terms of its flavor selection.
Rocky River Brewing Co. — The nearly 24-year-old brewpub has a list of time-tested seasonals.
Saucy Brew Works — Sip on a beer-wine hybrid or snack on a clam-covered "apizza" at this experimental spot.
Sibling Revelry Brewing — Find comfort in the classics at this 22-handle taproom.
Terrestrial Brewing Co. — Weird ingredients are Ralph Sgro's forte having brewed with everything from smoked pig bones to gummy worms.
Thirsty Dog Brewing Co —This tap room has expanded into the Flats.
Three IPAS Anyone Can love — Fat Head's Brewmaster Matt Cole shows us that not all IPAs are created equal.
Working Class Brewery — Drink up like its your job at this brewery that pays homage to Cleveland's working class.