Inky Beer Factoid: January 2

On this day in 1912, the citizens of Jefferson County, Ohio, voted to re-legalize saloons and other drinking establishments in the county. Since this day, 61 craft breweries have opened in Ohio. Some of the the most well known ones are shown below. To see the entire map of Ohio breweries, click here. Cheers! Photo…

Inky Beer Factoid: October 6

On this day in 1880, the Cincinnati Reds are thrown out of the National League for selling beer at their games and refusing to follow the rules of the time by closing the park on Sundays.  What rebels! Today, Cincinnati’s Great American Ballpark has a plethora of beer options from domestics to craft beer.  Here…

Inky Beer Factoid: August 17

On this day in 1788, Losantville, Ohio was founded (now known as Cincinnati).  Today, the brewing scene is growing by leaps and bounds in this Southwest Ohio city. When you venture to this nook in the Buckeye state, check out one or more of the many listed breweries below or take a tour in the…

Ink: Glenn Brown

Hello Inky Beer Ink Lovers! We have a new feature for you from our new friend, Glenn. The words below are his and I cannot wait to see this tattoo in person. Thanks for sharing, Glenn! “I got a tattoo the other day on my lower right leg. Six hours in the chair. First tattoo….