Here are some interesting beer stories:



-- The Brew Professor blog in Cincinnati reports that Cincinnati craft brewers will collaborate on an imperial pilsner for next year's Cincinnati Beer Week. And it looks like Christian Moerlein will produce it, Mike Stuart writes. To read the full post, click here.



-- The Cincinnati Enquirer reports on Artoberfest, an arts festival on Oct. 5 that also will include beer from Fifty West Brewing Co. For more details, click here.



-- The Columbus Dispatch reports on the arrival of Columbus Brew Adventures, which is providing brewery tours in central Ohio. “Central Ohio has an exciting craft-brewing scene that we want to share with visitors and locals alike,” co-owner Jim Ellison, co-owner and brew tour coordinator, told the newspaper in a statement. “This is the perfect time for the creation of a tour company that will allow us to share our passion for this artisan community." To read the full story, click here.  T



-- The website Drink Up Columbus reports that the owners of Woodlands Tavern and Woodand’s Backyard have acquired the Park Street Complex consisting of Park Street Patio, Park Street Saloon and The Social Room. To read the full post, click here.



-- The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports on a new brewery open in Lawrenceville. It's called Hop Farm Brewing Co. To read the full story, click here.



  To -- -- The Eagle-Tribune newspaper reports that Founders Breakfast Stout can't be sold in New Hampshire because it violates the state's advertising laws. The label shows a child eating oatmeal. Of course, not everyone is happy with the state's stance. “It’s absurd,” Andrew Day, owner of Cask and Vine, told the newspaper. "There is no reference to the child drinking. It’s something cute." To read the full story, click here.  T



-- The Los Angeles Times reports on the new television show Brew Dogs that appears on the Esquire Network. "Helmed by the infamous Scottish brewers James Watt and Martin Dickie, who have been brewing punk rock inspired craft beer since 2007, each episode of Brew Dogs will feature Watt and Dickie traveling to a new American craft beer destination to craft a brew that captures the essence of the showcased city," author John Verive writes. To read the full story, click here.