Here are some interesting Ohio beer stories:



-- The Dayton City Paper profiles the Dayton craft beer scene. "The Dayton beer scene has received a lot of regional and national attention, but it’s a good bet that most people still haven’t tried all of Miami Valley’s breweries, or if they have, it’s been a while since their first visit," Kevin Gray writes. To read the full story, click here.



-- WFIN reports that the Findlay Brewing Co. is closed and recovering after a fire at a nearby building also damaged their location. "We are moving as fast as we can! Thank you everyone for your kind words and support! We truly appreciate it!" the brewery posted on its Facebook page. To read the full story, click here.



-- Pat's Pints profiles Ill Mannered Brewing Co. "JAFB owner/brewmaster Paul Fryman once told me that if you are angling to be a neighborhood brewery you better have something on tap to keep everyone happy," Patrick Woodward writes. "Ill Mannered’s tap list seems to adhere to this philosophy." To read the full story, click here.



-- The Cincinnati Business Courier reports on the latest collaboration beer between Blank Slate Brewing Co. and the Orchids at Palm Court. Orchids Repose is a English-style cranberry stout. To read the full story, click here.



-- The Columbus Craft Beer Alliance profiles Lineage Brewing Co. in Clintonville. "Lineage has a beautiful space – it’s hard to believe this used to be a car wash," Doug Oldham writes. To read the full story, click here.



-- The Columbus Blue Jackets -- the hockey team's website -- reports on Goon, a hockey-inspired beer from Land-Grant Brewing Co. “The name ‘Goon’ just happened," co-founder Walt Keys says. "We were sitting around, thinking of names, and it just came to us." To read the full story, click here.



-- Columbus Business First reports that Hoster Brewing Co. may be making a comeback. To read the full story, click here.



-- The Dayton Daily News reports that Toxic Brew Co. is doubling the number of its draft lines and adding craft cocktails. "Draft cocktails are a new trend that we’re eager to bring to Dayton,” owner Shane Juhl says. To read the full story, click here.