It’s Time To Take The Columbus Ale Trail

14 Jan , 2021  

By 1808Delaware, Experience Columbus

With more than 50 unique craft breweries in the region, including in Delaware County, Columbus’ beer scene is an adventure waiting for you to explore. Pick up your free copy of the Columbus Ale Trail Volume 6 books at any participating Central Ohio brewery and launch your own journey of exploration.

Use the guide to learn about Central Ohio’s craft breweries, get rewarded for trying new brews and make great memories along the way.

This year’s edition features a new Delaware County addition, Spires Social Brewing Company, 8757 Sancus Boulevard, in addition to other participating breweries in Powell, Lewis Center, Westerville, and Delaware.

Present your Columbus Ale Trail book at any participating brewery after making a purchase to receive a stamp. Once you have collected four stamps, you’ll earn a Columbus Ale Trail embroidered patch. Visit every brewery on the Columbus Ale Trail to unlock a limited edition art print.

Bring your book to the Experience Columbus Visitor Center at Easton (188 Easton Town Center, inside station building at the north entrance) or the Ohio Taproom (1291 W. 3rd Ave.) to claim your prizes. Volume 6 of the Columbus Ale Trail must be completed before April 30, 2022. Stamps can be collected for carryout purchases. One book per person. Drink responsibly.

For breweries with multiple locations, only one stamp is required. Taproom hours are subject to change, so call ahead to confirm hours. As of Jan. 1, 2021, Taft’s Brewporium and the Columbus Brewing Company taprooms remain closed and are not required for trail completion until they reopen.

COVID-19 Note: Check brewery websites for special hours and days of operation. Please wear personal protective equipment and follow social distancing guidelines. Stamps can be collected for carryout purchases.

Volume 6 of the Columbus Ale Trail must be completed, and prizes must be picked up before April 30, 2022. More information is available here.

Image by Paul Brennan from Pixabay

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