The event, which is open to the public, will feature IPA, Wit, Coffee Stout, Pils and Brute Force Double IPA.
The production brewery and tasting room in downtown Cleveland opened its doors in mid-January. Its draft beer is now available at about 40 bars and restaurants throughout Cuyahoga County, general manager Jeff Draeger said.
"People have been very, very pleased with the quality of beer that’s coming out," he said.
The brewery has ordered three more 20-barrel fermenters to keep up with demand, and will start producing some Belgian-style and Trappist beers, Draeger said.
The top seller so far has been IPA.
"The IPA has been killing it everywhere," he said. "It's pretty wild how the IPA is moving."