Here are some interesting Ohio beer stories:



-- The Dayton Daily News reports that Toxic Brew Co. is building a new production brewery along the Great Miami River. “I believe this will be a destination spot where people will come to enjoy a beer while overlooking the Great Miami River," co-founder Shane Juhl says. To read the full story, click here.



-- Cincinnati.com reports on the new Woodburn Brewery. "I think our philosophy is: We're going to make everything," co-founder Chris Mitchell says. "We want to have a sour program, we'll do barrel-aged. We're going to make what people want." To read the full story, click here.



-- The Gnarly Gnome reports on the upcoming FigLeaf Brewing Co. "You aren’t smacked in the face by anything spectacular when you walk up to FigLeaf," the site says. "The brewery is housed in a warehouse space situated right on Cincinnati-Dayton road along a pretty industrial-ish stretch. But as you enter the doors to what is their taproom space, you get blasted in the face with a lot of things that clue you in to the magnitude of what they’re trying to do." To read the full story, click here.



-- Columbus Business First reports that the new Combustion Brewery & Taproom has picked up a $100,000 start-up loan from the Fairfield County Commissioners. To read the full story, click here.



-- Cleveland.com reports on Platform Beer Co. planning to release a series of kettle sours. To read the full story, click here.



-- The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports on a group that wants to create the Museum of Beer in the Steel City. "Our focus is on telling the history of beer," Joe McAllister, principal of the National Beer Museum Development Group LLC, says. To read the full story, click here.