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

-- WKRC Cincinnati reports that 13 Below Brewery closed because of flooding and hopes to reopen soon. "I've seen a lot of flooding, lived through Katrina," co-founder Ray Busche says. "This isn't remotely like that catastrophe." To read the full story, click here.

-- Columbus Business First reports that the Ohio Craft Brewers Association met with Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, to talk with brewers about how they are using a tax break on beer production. "We invest where we live and work," Four String Brewing brewmaster Larry Horwitz says. To read the full story, click here.

-- Columbus Business First reports that Wolf's Ridge Brewing Co. is growing. The Columbus brewery is adding tanks to expand its capacity. To read the full story, click here.

-- Crain's Cleveland Business reports that craft beer jobs have grown 1,700 percent since 2005 in Northeast Ohio. To read the full story, click here.

-- The Canton Repository profiles Paradigm Shift Brewing in Massillon. “We want to be a chill hangout neighborhood brewery,” bartender Marcus Garabrandt says. To read the full story, click here.

-- Popular Mechanics put together a list of "The 13 Geekiest Beers." Hoof Hearted Konkey Dong made the cut. To read the full post, click here.

-- BrewMinds.com visits Rhinegeist Brewery in Cincinnati to talk about the new sour program. To watch the video, click here.

-- The Columbus Dispatch reports on the Chef Shack eatery that recently opened inside Buckeye Lake Brewery. “This is so much more casual,” restaurant co-owner Kim Stedman says. “I think it’s kind of a trend. (Customers) want really good food, but they don’t want to dress up. They want to come as they are.” To read the full story, click here.

-- Crain's Cleveland Business reports on the importance of marketing and branding in the craft beer industry. "Marketing is certainly important to win that first purchase of a pint or six-pack," Market Garden Brewery co-founder Sam McNulty says. "But only the most perfectly brewed, flavorful beer will win the second purchase and onward." To read the full story, click here.

-- FSR Magazine reports that BJ's Restaurants, which operates several locations in Ohio, is on a "quest to be the best casual-dining concept ever," according to CEO Greg Trojan. To read the full story, click here.