Here are some interesting Ohio-related beer stories (because I can't write them all):

-- The Daily Meal assembled a list of the best beer in each state, choosing Columbus Bodhi for Ohio. The website says it used its own research, along with BeerAdvocate, RateBeer and UnTappd to come up with the list. To read the full story, click here.

-- The Columbus Dispatch reports that the CBC Restaurant has closed and won't reopen as planned. To read the full story, click here.

-- Brewbound reports via a news release that Perennial Artisan Ales from St. Louis is now available in Ohio through Sixth City Distribution. To read the full news release, click here.

-- Drink Up Columbus reports on the new Antiques on High, a sour-focused Columbus brewery linked with Seventh Son Brewing Co. “This is really for the fun and enjoyment of blending together different flavor profiles and really learning about this style of beer,” co-owner Collin Castore says. To read the full story, click here.

-- Crain's Cleveland Business assembled a list of Northeast Ohio breweries. To see the list, click here.

-- Cincinnati.com reports that Listermann Brewing Co. and King Records have released a new beer honoring Freddie King and the Stanley Brothers. The beer is a hazy IPA called Hide Away/Train 45. To read the full story, click here.

-- Cincinnati Magazine profiles 50 West Brewing Co. “We realized that craft beer enthusiasts and nature lovers both have a great sense of adventure,” co-founder Bobby Slattery says about the brewery's outdoor lifestyle bent. “It made sense to provide more outlets for that sort of active lifestyle mindset.” To read the full story, click here.

-- The Mansfield News Journal takes a "Beercation" to Cincinnati and stops by Listermann and Wiedemann. To read the full travel piece, click here.

-- WTOL reports that Napoleon has created an "Open Refreshment Area," meaning bar patrons can enjoy their drinks outside downtown. "By helping each other with bar crawls and events like that, and festivals, we're going to get more people, not just locals, but people from the Toledo area, and all over northwest Ohio, and pretty much all over the state," Flatrock Brewing founder Lawrence Pritchard says. To read the full story, click here.