The long-awaited Market Garden Brewery in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood is hoping to open the third or fourth week of June. Brewmaster Andy Tveekrem has been hard at work brewing to have his beers ready for the opening. Tveekrem and co-owner Sam McNulty provided a private tasting and tour Thursday night for myself and Cleveland Plain Dealer beer writer Marc Bona. They still have a lot of construction work to do inside the brewpub -- which includes two bars, giant fireplaces, an outside beer garden, banquet room and gorgeous view of the West Side Market tower. The beer is quite tasty. We sampled a hefeweizen, amber lager, India pale ale, stout, brown ale, Scottish ale and pale ale. Market Garden will focus on session beers, Tveekrem and McNulty told us. But they also will have some high octane brews. They also plan to make their own spirits: whiskey, rum, gin and flavored vodkas. Market Garden will be the only site in Ohio where the spirits are made, sold at the bar and sold in bottles to go, McNulty said.