John (the brewer) and Mary went on a trip that ended in Munich. The hefeweizen was as tasty there, as what John could make. When a space opened up in our neighborhood, and the name was approved, the stars aligned for The Cleveland Brewery to start in October 2014. We initially sold to local restaurants for funding towards our tasting room which opened in 2015. Since then, John has brewed over 50 recipes and keeps the creativity coming. The tasty beer and our Cleveland spirit is why you fall in love with our spot.
Our beer menu changes so check our facebook page (216Brew) and join us Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 5pm-10pm.
Full Pours are $6-$8; tasters are $2-$3 and drivers pours are about $4.
Far! Well not literally. Collinwood is where we were raised, and we aren't going anywhere. We do have plans on expanding production, being open more hours and possibly selling to other local bars and restaurants after that.
Sessionable Brown Ale with notes of chocolate and coffee. Finish is a little complex but balanced. Not too strong and to keeps you having more than just one.
Packed with cinnamon, honey and a tad8 of ginger root, we then oak this bad boy in a Cleveland Whiskey barrel!
Cor-dial/ˈkɔːr.dʒəl/. 1.) warm and friendly 2.) a comforting or pleasant- tasting medicine. With that being said, come get your friendly medicine! Made with 27 lbs of pureed cherries, fine chocolate and chocolate malts.
Made with 20 lbs of brown sugar and roasted pumpkin, five different malts and spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and ginger. This is a slice of pumpkin pie in a glass.
In honor of our sports teams that seem to be rebuilding each year, we give you our Rebuilding Beer. A pale ale@ 6% ABV. A firmly hoppy ale that’s drinkably bitter with a slight malt backbone. Hopefully we don’t have to rebuild this recipe every year.
In honor of Ernst Mueller, who emigrated with his family to Cleveland and started the Cleveland Home Brewing Company, We give you our Oktoberfest at 5.4%. Full bodied lager using German Noble hops making this beer just plain delicious. PROST!
Not your normal saison- At 65 IBUs, we used Centennial, Amarillo, Citra and some fresh herbs- this saison will give you one last taste of summer. Notes of citrus, lemon and a tad bitter.
Great balance of banana and clove in this German unfiltered wheat ale. This is our flagship brew, that made us fall in love with the industry.
White Stout made with Six Shooter Coffee and Cacao Nibs. (You know we loved that show.)
This super balanced, but boozy Triple IPA joins our menu when we all need to get tuned up fast: family holidays, big games, and bad weather.
Made with crushed cranberries (obviously), oranges, and Granny Smith Apples. Its a natural diuretic!
Full Range of different IPA styles to look for: supper hoppy, to light and crisp.
This double IPA is our take on a west coast double IPA with two dry hop additions. Aroma is floral, pine, and citrus. Bitter in flavor but well balanced for a double IPA.
Is this a stout? Is this an IPA? The answer is YES! Stout grains with hop additions of and IPA. Citrus and piney aroma and bitterness with a great malt backbone. Notes of with roasted cocoa and coffee.
A Red IPA but not your normal IPA. Strong malt backbone with late addition hops making this beer full of hops flavor and aroma but not overly bitter. Our tribute to Danny Green, Collinwood's Robin Hood.