Buehler's Food Markets is the latest grocer in Northeast Ohio to add draft beer sales. The family-owned chain quietly started offering half-gallon growlers Wednesday at its Brunswick store. The "official" opening is Monday. "We had done some research and talked with retailers around the country and they were having a lot of success with these growlers," Bob Buehler said about the decision. In Northeast Ohio, Acme, West Point Market, Whole Foods and Heinen's already offer or plan to start growler sales. The Buehler's draft beer area in Brunswick, called the "Big Beer Exchange," features eight taps. The initial offerings are: Bell's Oberon Ale, Victory Hop Wallop, Stone IPA, Smuttynose Robust Porter, The Brew Kettle White Rajah, Leinenkugel Sunset Wheat, Sam Adams Rustic Saison, and Sierra Nevada Torpedo. The reusable growler will cost $3.99, with the beer extra, of course. Buehler's may add growlers at its other stores, depending on the reception in Brunswick. In addition to adding the draft sales, the beer section in Brunswick will be expanded and feature more than 500 beers. Buehler's also offers customers the ability to buy single bottles of many beers and assemble their own six-pack.