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USA vs. Mexico

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Fun times, and a great atmosphere this past Friday night for the USA vs. Mexico World Cup Qualifier. We met wonderful folks from near and far, thanks to those who stopped by and enjoyed a beer with us.

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#TWOYEARSOFBEERS!

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A huge and hardy THANK YOU is in order to all of the amazing people who came together to make yesterday an incredible success.

The amazing bands that kept us moving… Colin Mills, Vinny Valentino, The Interns, Doc Robinson, Fizzed, and Yellow Paper Planes.

Our tasty food trcuks…Challah!, Cluckwagon, Oh! Burgers.

The guest breweries that brought some inspiring beers to pour from the famous Daily Growler truck…Actual, Brew Dog, Little Fish, MadTree, North High, Hoof Hearted, Wolf’s Ridge, Seventh Son, Rhinegeist, Rockmill, and Royal Docks!

Our incredible staff for pulling together an amazing variety of beers, and for putting in some crazy hours to make yesterday happen. You guys are amazing.

Cheers to Upright Press for bringing the live screen printing to the party, OBLSK for that bonkers projection on our grain silo, and Franklinton Gardens for the amazing ingredients for our Franklinton Harvest Ale.

Last but certainly not least you fine folks that volunteered your precious weekend time to pour beers, check IDs, and help us pull this thing off. We could not have done it without ya.

One last cheers to #twoyearsofbeers, let’s do this again next year. Check out some photos from the day here, and you can see the full photo-set over on our Facebook page.

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Land-Grant First Anniversary Recap

This past weekend marked one year in business for Land-Grant. It’s been a wild first 365, and to celebrate, we threw a big party on Saturday and invited all of our friends. We had great live music from Thunder Buddies, Yellow Paper Planes, Colin Mills, and Comrade Question. The Land-Grant brew team created some amazing limited release beers for the event, and put out a full menu of beer. Our brewery pals sent an amazing assortment of special guest drafts that were poured from the Daily Growler truck.We also put together the video above that assembles a full year of photos into a quick hitting annual recap. Thanks to everyone who came out, Cheers!

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Video: Canning Process

Last night we participated in COSI After Dark, our neighbor’s monthly adults-only museum hangout. This months theme was Brewing and Distillation, and the participants each trotted out a demo on some aspect of the brewing or distilling process. Since the ‘I’ in COSI stands for Industry, we decided to tackle to the process of canning beer. We put together the video above to illustrate how the Stiff-Arm IPA gets in that shiny red can.

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Crew Beer Taste-Off: Black vs. Gold

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Saturday in the taproom we hosted a tasting party to determine the beer that will move forward as our Crew SC supporter beer. We brewed up four test batches (two black, and two gold) and asked the supporter community to cast their vote. Participants picked their favorite beer, offered up feedback, and even threw in a name suggestion or two. In the end, the American Wheat (CB02) was crowned champion and will go back to the brew lab for further recipe tweaking. Look for the beer later on this summer.

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Video: Time-Lapse of the Great Fire of 2015

As part of a larger project, we shot a time-lapse of our happenin’ little corner of East Franklinton. It just so happened a four-alarm fire caught flame and dominated the Columbus Skyline that day. No one was hurt in the blaze, which took place at a pallet factory south of the city.