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

-- Cleveland.com reports that Great Lakes Brewing Co. has purchased eight acres on Scranton Peninsula for a possible expansion. "We still have a ways to go before we can tell people that we're doing a project," brewery CEO Bill Boor says. To read the full story, click here.

-- Drink Up Columbus reports that Wolf's Ridge Brewing Co. will release a Ladies Who Brunch, an imperial breakfast stout, on Thursday (March 8) as part of International Women's Day. To read the full story, click here.

-- Drink Up Columbus reports that Sibling Revelry Brewing Co. from Westlake has started distributing its beer in cans in Columbus. To read the full story, click here.

-- Cincinnati.com reports that Christian Moerlein CEO Greg Hardman believes steel and aluminum tariffs would affect craft brewers. "Unfortunately these tariffs will ultimately affect everyone," he says. "The cost structure of the aluminum cans and ends will be affected, but we don’t know to what extent yet. These tariffs are across the board and apply to all users of cans, not just brewers." To read the full story, click here.

-- Columbus Business First profiles the new Trek Brewing Co. in Newark. “When we first started looking, there was nothing in Newark and now there are three taprooms,” co-owner John Ream says. “There’s a clear demand here.” To read the full story, click here.

-- The Gnarly Gnome reports on the flooding that hit 13 Below Brewery in Cincinnati. "A new brewery still in their first year of business forced to close down for more than a week, and they were positive the entire time (at least what we could see)," the website says. " There were smiles all around, with a beer in hand, even as water was up to their waists." To read the full report, click here.