Market Garden Brewery in Cleveland hasn't been open a year, but it's already expanding to meet demand. "We are just finishing our latest brewery expansion, with the install of seven new tanks and a new cleaning system," brewer Andy Tveekrem said in an email. "This maxes out our brewing capacity here, so let's hope it's enough for a while! It will allow us to catch up on brewing lagers again, which have been missing from the menu for a while." He said the brewpub was hammered over the holidays with customers, and has just started getting back to having 10 to 12 beers on tap regularly. As for new beers, the brewpub has Winter Porter, a big porter at 7.3 percent; Cleveland Illuminator Doppelbock at 8 percent; Trouble, a honey brewed IPA at 7.5 percent; and Malt Train, an ale at 7.5 percent. "You can see we have bumped up the alcohol a bit for the cold weather," he said. "Seems appropriate." Tveekrem also is aging some Winter Porter in a whiskey barrel for St. Patrick's Day. Other upcoming beers include: a Belgian Tripel coming out this month and a rye wheat bock for early March. The brewery also will release a Belgian IPA called Ice Breaker Ale on March 4 during an ice carving event on the patio.