The Land-Grant Brewing Company’s Sun-Grant Series is inspired by the Sun-Grant Association, a group of Land-Grant Universities that research and develop sustainable and environmentally friendly bio-based energy alternatives. Read more about our Sun-Grant series, and learn about our sustainability initiatives on our Sun-Grant page.
FOSSIL FREE SESSION ALE
Our annual Sun-Grant beers are brewed to highlight Land-Grant’s commitment to sustainability and community stewardship. Proceeds from this beer directly fund our ongoing initiatives in the areas o wastewater diversion, energy conservation, recycling, and creating closed production loops. Eos- named for the greek goddess of the dawn- is the second beer in the Sun-Grant series, and is an easy drinking Session Ale brewed with Fossil-Free malt, local malt, and Ohio hops. Learn more about our ongoing sustainability and community initiatives on our Sun-Grant page.
FOSSIL FREE HONEY BLONDE
We wanted to brew a beer that reflects our desire to be more sustainable, and so we turned to the sun for inspiration. Ra, named after the ancient Egyptian solar deity, is a Fossil Free Honey Blonde Ale. Using Rahr Malts’ Fossil Free Malts (malted using the world’s second ever biomass-powered suspension fired boiler), amber honey from Stratford Ecological Center’s apiary in Delaware, OH, and Ohio-grown Cascade Hops from Ohio Hops in Castalia, OH, Ra is not only a refreshing summer blonde ale, but it’s also a direct fundraiser for our ongoing and future sustainability initiatives.
For every pint pour and six-pack sold, $2 will go towards our internal Sun-Grant Fund which we’ll use to finance equipment upgrades, building improvements, and anything else that will continue to reduce our environmental impact.
Learn more about our sustainability efforts on our Sun-Grant page.
STYLE: FOSSIL FREE HONEY BLONDE
ABV: 4.6% IBU: 17
HOPS: TETTNANG, OHIO CASCADE
MALTS: FOSSIL FREE RAHR PALE, CARAMEL
INGREDIENTS: CENTRAL OHIO HONEY
CONTAINER: KEGS / CANS
GLASS: NONIC PINT
Get yourself acquainted with Land-Grant's first four year-round beers. These four front-runners are always available at our taproom, and can be found on-tap and in cans throughout Columbus. Go ahead, pick sides.
Our rotating quarterly IPA Series features a seasonal blend of four different hop varietals. We drop the absolute best hops we can get our hands on into these beers, and switch up the hop-bill and can design every three months.
Our Quarterly Hazy IPA Series features big juicy flavors, low biterness, and ever evolving cryo-hop driven profiles.
Here at Land-Grant, as much as we love approachable easy drinking beers, we also love us some hops. You'll find the IPAs and Double IPAs listed below available at various times throughout the year. Keep an eye on our draft list, Instagram, and Facebook to see what's available on any given day.
As the calendar changes, so does our menu of offerings. Based on seasonal ingredients and flavors, these beers pack fleeting but timely flavor. Keep an eye on our draft list, Instagram, and Facebook to see what's available on any given day.
An ongoing series of (usually) Black IPAs inspired by the depths of space, and the Space-Grant University program (an offshoot of the Land-Grant program).
A series of ales that draw their inspiration from the seas. A nod to the Land-Grant Act's sister program, the Sea-Grant University program.
Inspired by the Sun-Grant Association, a group of Land-Grant Universities that research and develop sustainable and environmentally friendly bio-based energy alternatives. The Sun-Grant series of beers are brewed using sustainable techniques and ingredients, and are meant to highlight our ongoing initiatives in both environmental and community stewarship. You can read more about those efforts on our Sun-Grant page.
Limited release beers brewed with a little help from our friends.
Beers inspired by the beautiful game, collaboratively crafted with soccer supporting breweries from across the country.
Beers brewed for a special occasion, or simply to try something new. These were all one and dones, at least for now, who knows when they might come out of retirement.