Here are some interesting Ohio beer stories:



-- Channel 19 reports on the upcoming Collision Bend Brewing in Cleveland. "We want to enhance people's experience," brewer Luke Purcell says. "They will hopefully explore a little bit of food and beer that maybe they're not used to. We're not reinventing the wheel, but we're certainly going to have a lot of food doing food and beer pairings and expanding the horizons of the beer culture in Cleveland." To read the full story, click here.



-- Channel 19 reports on Haus Malts in Cleveland. "We have such a big craft beer industry and we are an agricultural powerhouse and trying to marry the two has been a real fun experience," co-owner Andrew Martahus says. To read the full story, click here.



-- The Youngstown Vindicator reports on the new State Line Brewers Guild, which is made up of brewers in the Youngstown area. "As craft beer continues to expand, we see opportunities for local breweries to work together to improve the experiences craft beer lovers are having here in the Mahoning Valley," Birdfish co-owner Josh Dunn says. To read the full story, click here.



-- The Youngstown Vindicator reports on a recent visit to Barn Talk Hops, a hop farm in Wadsworth, and an opportunity to taste some homebrews made with experimental hops grown at the farm. To read the full story, click here.



-- Columbus Navigator put together a list of Columbus' best breweries based on Untapped reviews. The top five, in order, were Hoof Hearted, Columbus, Zaftig, Wolf's Ridge and Seventh Son. To read the full story, click here.



-- Columbus Business First shares some photos from a recent tour through the Anheuser-Busch brewery in Columbus. The brewery isn't open for public tours. To see the photos, click here.



-- The Columbus Dispatch reports that craft beer drinkers are abandoning national brands, while local breweries are booming. "The craft beer drinker in 2017 has so many more quality options," Land-Grant co-founder Walt Keys says. To read the full story, click here.



-- Columbus Business First reports on plans to open Trek Brewing Co. in Newark. "We'll have a nice, large taproom," John Ream says. "As soon as the powers that be say we can brew, we'll be brewing." To read the full story, click here.



-- The Sandusky Register reports that Catawba Island Brewing Co. will host a Pint and Paint event Saturday. "I have a lot of friends who have been getting into the wine and paint thing," artist Matt Ritter says. "I've always wanted to do one, but a different sort of one." To read the full story, click here.



-- The Dayton Daily News reports on the new Samuel Adams 513 beer that is available only in the Cincinnati area. To read the full story, click here.



-- The Cincinnati Business Courier reports on the upcoming 13 Below Brewery. "We decided it was time to do something more commercial and share our passion with family, friends and the community," co-founder Doug Menkedick says. To read the full story, click here.



-- The Hamilton Journal-News reports on Sonder Brewing, which is comeing to Mason. "We really want it to be a destination," co-founder Jennifer Meissner says. "We don't want people to just come in for a half hour and leave. We'd like them to have something they can do with their family on a Saturday, or come in with 20 people after a baseball game and get some food and hang out, throw some cornhole." To read the full story, click here.



-- Inc. reports on the success of MadTree Brewing Co. in Cincinnati. Co-founders Kenny McNutt and Brady Duncan sat down with the author to share their business philosophy. To read the full story, click here.