COLUMBUS, Ohio— Following a Double Gold medal and title of Best Flavored Gin in the 2018 San Francisco World Spirits Competition, Watershed Distillery is excited to announce a new look and wider distribution for their third addition to the Watershed family of gins, Chamomile-Flavored Guild Gin.
Today, Eater returns to Columbus, Ohio, to focus on 12 buzz-worthy restaurants and bars that have opened in the past year.
The former Four String Brewing taproom in the Grandview area won’t sit vacant for long as a new distillery is moving in with plans to start distilling by summer 2019.
The wait is almost over for a new cocktail bar that aims to take you into the past.
Mike LaSelle, the co-owner of Belle of Dayton, said the distillery will open its eagerly-awaited Van Buren Room Friday….
Much like the local brewing scene, Central Ohio distillers are poised for rapid expansion. In recent years, Watershed Distillery and Middle West Spirits have spearheaded growth by introducing small-batch craft spirits to a wider audience and pushing for legislative changes that loosened restrictions on distilleries’ ability to own restaurants and serve directly to customers. As a result, a wave of nascent distillers are crafting traditional spirits and testing original ones, opening tasting rooms and even restaurants. We checked in with the newcomers, both already open and on the way.
The wait is almost over to check out High Bank Distillery in Grandview Heights, Columbus’ first distillery to open with a restaurant and bar. With renovations finally nearing an end...
A Dayton distillery will expand and begin serving craft cocktails this summer.
Belle of Dayton Distillery, located at 122 Van Buren St. in the Oregon District, will be permitted to serve craft cocktails on its premises as a result of the passage of House Bill 351, which allows Ohio distilleries to serve spirits and other alcoholic drinks by the glass onsite...