Punch in the Nuts & Santa’s Little Helper coming in cans soon Christmas will come in a can this year. Rocky River Brewing Co. in Rocky River plans to put its Christmas ale, Santa’s Little Helper, in a 16-ounce can with the help of mobile canning business Buckeye Canning. Read more here
By RICK ARMON Published: July 19, 2012 UPDATED: It’s July and for Ohioans that can mean only one thing: Christmas beer. Ohio has an insatiable appetite for holiday beers and every brewery seems to put its own spin on the yuletide style. That’s especially true in Northeast Ohio thanks to Great Lakes Christmas Ale — a […]
The Rocky River Brewing Company is a brewpub attached to the Rocky River microbrewery in, unsurprisingly, the Rocky River area of Cleveland. The wide variety of beers is one of the main draws. Rocky River offers seasonal brews for Christmas, Halloween, and Valentine’s Day, and it also offers a range of Ales, Wheats, Fruity beers, […]
Rocky River Brewing Co. is a casual microbrewery located on the west side. The local brewpub features more than two dozen microbrews—from light ales (Rocky River Pirate Light and Cooper’s Gold Kolsch) to dark, thick stouts (Curly’s Irish Stout and Chocosaurus). Order the beer sampler and taste test the variety. Take your drink (or drinks) […]
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Yes, the Rocky River Brewing Company’s name makes you think beer. But while its selection of award-winning hand-crafted beers is vast, what makes it different from other brew pubs is its food and atmosphere, which takes you back to another era with its architecture. Read more.
Rocky River Brewing Co. brewer Jim Lieb talks about his best-selling beer in late 2010: Read more.
As I wrote in my previous post, I spent last week in the land of my birth, Cleveland, Ohio. The first three days of the trip were primarily spent visiting family. By Wednesday, we had seen all of my living relatives, so we were able to slow down a bit. Read more.
Rocky River Brewing Co. is a suburban house of worship for beer: dark woods, church-pew benches, hardwood floors, soft lighting and shiny brew kettles framed in glass just as you step through the door — it’s as if you should dip in two fingers and sign the cross to enter. Read more.
We recently visited the Rocky River Brewing Company, which used to be one of our favorite restaurants when we lived on the west side. The place has a really nice feel to it. The lighting is just dim enough to be comfortable but light enough to see your food and for kids to feel comfortable. […]