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Monday, October 23, 2017

Akron's Ohio Brewing Co. Leaving for Cuyahoga Falls With Party Planned This Weekend

Posted By on Mon, Oct 23, 2017 at 4:55 PM

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The Ohio Brewing Company wants you to come party with them this weekend, as they're moving to Cuyahoga Falls.

The brewery announced plans Friday to shutter its current Akron location in favor of a new spot, 2250 Front St., in Cuyahoga Falls. Previously in Niles and Youngstown, it's not much of a shock the nomadic brewery would choose to move once again — especially to a location with so much space (about 4,000 more square feet).

While the brewery was only in the Highland Square neighborhood for less than two years, the new location offers room to expand the brewery's beer footprint and business.

Owner Chris Verich's, told the Akron Beacon Journal he plans to officially re-open his business in spring.



A thanks and goodbye party is slated at the Ohio Brewing Company for Saturday at 8 p.m. Expect a bevy of food, beers and live tunes from the Senses

But don't worry, the Akron spot won't be vacant for long. The already established Barmacy Bar & Grill takes over next month. In the meantime, Ohio Brewing Company's beer will continue to be made at the Highland Square space and its beloved Jingle Bell Ale should be out in time for the holidays.

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