A new brewpub is coming to Central Ohio. The Buckeye Lake Brewery is planning to open this fall in Buckeye Lake, a small village located off Interstate 70 halfway between Columbus and Zanesville. The owner, who asked that his name not be published yet, said he hopes to be open around Oct. 1. His application for a brewery license is pending before the Ohio Division of Liquor Control. The owner, who's a homebrewer, didn't want to release many details about the operation because, well, he said he's still working on those details. "We're going to be a small, little local brewpub," he said. And he means small. The brewpub is expected to be only about 1,000 square feet. The brewery's motto already is set: "Drink Local. Drink Better." The website is up and running, but the only item on the site is the brewery logo.