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

-- The Dayton Daily News reports on the new Dayton Ale Trail passport program. There are 19 participating breweries. To read the full story, click here.

-- The Taproom Exclusive conducts a podcast with Bridget Barrett, vice president of sales and marketing with Great Lakes Brewing Co. She chats about the brewery's 30th anniversary and the upcoming ESOP. To listen, click here.

-- The Cincinnati Business Courier reports on plans by Nine Giant Brewing to add a barrel-aging facility. "What we do right now at the brewpub is make beer that pairs well with food, which has some constraints – you want nuanced low-alcohol beers," co-founder Brandon Hughes says. "It leaves a big black hole where we didn't feel like we could experiment with barrels." To read the full story, click here.

-- The Buckeye Lake Beacon reports that Buckeye Lake Brewery's expansion plans and owner Rich Hennosy's interest in creating an Ohio beer museum. To read the full story, click here.

-- Columbus Business First reports on crowdfunding efforts for BrewDog USA and Olentangy Brewing Co. To read the full story, click here.

-- The Gnarly Gnome reports on the second anniversary of Municipal Brewing Co. in Hamilton. The party is June 8-10 and will feature the release of a bottled 10 percent imperial IPA. To read the full story, click here.

-- The Brewers Association reports that Fat Head's Brewery will participate in the new Jameson Caskmates Barrel-Aged Beer Garden this year at the Great American Beer Festival. The area will feature 17 small and independent breweries partnering with Jameson. To read the full news release, click here.

-- The Boston Globe reports that Boston Beer Co., the maker of  Samuel Adams, agreed to pay nearly $1 million to New York state to settle charges that it didn't register its product labels with the state. To read the full story, click here.