Black Box Brewing Co., a small production brewery in Westlake, has created a new line of limited-edition beers under the brand Cleveland's Own. Black Box earned some nice publicity this winter over the first of the Cleveland's Own beers, a Christmas ale that featured a leg lamp on the label. (For anyone not familar with the significance of the leg lamp. It was made famous in the holiday classic A Christmas Story.) Black Box owner and brewer Jerome Welliver says the beer was a major hit. It was sold exclusively at Ross Deli in Lakewood. He plans to make it again for Christmas in July events and for next Christmas season because of the response. And there will be much more available next time, he said. The next beer in the series will be a Cleveland's Own IPA released this spring, Welliver said. He's also planning a summer shandy for the summer and a pumpkin beer in the fall. The brewery is adding new, larger fermenters to keep up with demand, Welliver said. Black Box -- which is difficult to find outside of Cuyahoga County -- makes not only its own beers, but also has revived some brands and recipes from the former Crooked River and Western Reserve breweries.