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Looking to connect with us about something specific? Please utilize the form below and be sure to select the subject line that best fits your inquiry. We also encourage you to review our Frequently Asked Questions section on this page prior to sending us a message, as many questions can be answered quickly from the information below. Cheers!

We are currently accepting reservations for our Kickstarter Room, Igloos, and Curling. Please review the information on their individual pages and use the book now feature to reserve.

Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

Can I Get Your Beer Delivered?

As of mid-January 2022 we have discontinued sales of our beer through our website. Our beer is available for purchase at our taproom as well as at beer retailers throughout Ohio. Please utilize our beer finder to find a retailer near you.

Who Distributes Your Beer?

Currently, Land-Grant Beer is distributed in Central Ohio by the Columbus Distributing Company / Delmar Distributing.

Southeast Beverage distributes our beer in Southeast Ohio.

We are self distributed elsewhere in Ohio, including the Dayton area.

If you are interested in carrying Land-Grant beer, please use the contact form above to get in touch.

Do You Distribute to My Town/State?

Currently, Land-Grant Beer is distributed extensively throughout the Columbus and Central Ohio Area. Our beer is also distributed to South East Ohio and the Dayton area. We occasionally send a very limited amount of beer to Cincinnati and Cleveland. We are currently not distributed anywhere outside of the state of Ohio.

Can You Ship Me Beer?

Due to various legalities, cost, and our need to supply our tasting room and local market, we are unable to ship beer at this time.

I'm a collector. Can you send me your stickers or labels?

Sure! Send us a self-addressed and stamped envelope, and we'll drop some stuff in the mail for you.

What does the name “Land-Grant” mean?
Glad you asked. Our name derives from the Morrill Act of 1862, better known as the Land-Grant Act. The Act essentially set aside federal land in each state for the establishment of public Universities, bringing higher education to the masses. There's at least one Land-Grant school in every state, and that includes our very favorite school, right here in Columbus.
Didn't you used to be called Oval Brewing? Why'd you change the name?
It's true. Land-Grant was originally the Oval Brewing Company, and that was the name we used during our Kickstarter Campaign. We decided to change the name after discovering a trademark discrepancy. It was a bittersweet change, but in the end we've come to love the Land-Grant, and think it fits our brand like a glove.
Who's that guy with the 'burns? Is he an old president?
The old fashioned looking dude you see on the wall behind our bar is none-other than Justin Morrill, the congressman who penned the Land-Grant Act of 1862, which was enacted by president Lincoln.
Why Columbus?
In short...we love it. The long answer is "We're all from different parts of Ohio, but have all ended up in Columbus at various points and there's something that just keeps pulling us back. We love its energy, support, sports, culture, diversity, and...beer! It's been a joy to run our brewery and taproom in the Capital City, and we're deeply grateful for the Community that's embraced us.
Are You Hiring?
Check out our jobs page to see if we’re hiring for any specific positions, you can also send us you resumé for consideration in the future.
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Taproom Questions

What Are Your Hours?

Standard Beer Garden and Taproom Hours*
Monday / 3:00p-10:00p
Tuesday / 3:00p-10:00p
Wednesday / 3:00p-10:00p
Thursday / 11:00a-Midnight
Friday / 11:00a-1:00a
Saturday / 11:00a-1:00a
Sunday / 11:00a-10:00p

*Beer Garden operations are weather dependent.

We occasionally stay open late for sporting events like Crew matches, OSU games, and Browns games. Check Facebook for the latest.

 

 

What Is the Food Truck Schedule?

Monday / Late Night Slice
Tuesday / Tortilla Street Food
Wednesday / Two Fatt Indians
Thursday / Ray Ray's / Late Night Slice
Friday / Ray Ray'sRay Ray's / Late Night Slice
Saturday /Ray Ray's / Late Night Slice
Sunday /Ray Ray's / Late Night Slice

*When there is no food truck, feel free to bring in your own food or order delivery to the Taproom. More food-related info can be found on our Beer Garden page. Last minute changes will be communicated on our social channels.

Can We Bring Our Own Food?
We work very closely with Ray Ray's and our food truck partners, and—as a fellow small business—we want to see them succeed. For this reason we prefer that you do not bring in outside food (birthday cakes and other "special" food items are okay). Information about food at Land-Grant is available here, and the trucks are happy to work with you to meet your catering needs. If you are unsure or have additional questions, drop us a line via the contact form above.
What Forms of Payment do you Accept?
We accept cash and all major credit cards.
Is the Brewery Wheelchair Accessible?
Yes, wheelchair access is available from our parking lot on the West side of the building.
Are Tour Groups and Party Buses Allowed?
Parking for larger vehicles is extremely limited and must be reserved in advance at least 48 hours prior to arrival.

Large groups are welcome at the brewery, however space inside is limited and we ask that you give us advance notice if bringing a group larger than 10 people to ensure that we are staffed appropriately.

We are currently only accepting reservations for our Kickstarter Room space. You can make a reservation, and learn more, by clicking here.

Private tours can be arranged for large groups in advance, otherwise groups are welcome to join the free tour at 3pm on Saturdays.

 

Do We Need Reservations for our Group?
We are currently accepting reservations for our Kickstarter Room, Igloos, and Curling. Please review the information on their individual pages and use the book now feature to reserve.
Are Kids Welcome at the Brewery?
Children (and tweens/teens) are allowed to visit the taproom before 8pm. After 8pm, patrons must be at least 21 years old.

Space is limited inside the taproom, and we ask that children are kept close to their group's table and remain under direct supervision at all times.

Are Dogs Welcome at the Taproom?

Much to Gus and Debbie’s excitement, well-behaved dogs are welcome in our beer garden and on the patio. Dogs must be leashed and remain under direct control at all times. Pups creating disruption or an unsafe environment may be asked to leave.

Water bowls and treats are available at the bar.

Do You Offer Carryout Options?
Yes! Most of our beers are available in six or four packs of cans.

Do You Offer Tours?
Yes! We offer a free brewery tour every Saturday at 3pm! There is no need to reserve space, buy a ticket, or RSVP. Simply arrive a little before 3pm and make your way to the Kickstarter room door for the tour.

The weekly tour will be rescheduled if it aligns with a noon Ohio State football game. So check the calendar in the fall.

Private tours can be arranged for large groups, but must be scheduled around the production schedule. Use the contact page to get in touch.

Is the Brewery Available for Weddings, Private Parties, or Other Special Events?

We are currently only accepting reservations for our Kickstarter Room space. You can make a reservation, and learn more, by clicking here.