Here are some interesting Ohio beer stories:

-- The Columbus Dispatch reports on an ongoing legal battle between the partners of Barley's Brewing Co., which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Ron Jezerinac and Mo Dioun, who each hold a 50 percent stake in the brewpub, are accusing each other of mishandling money, mismanaging the brewery and other bad business decisions, the newspaper says. To read the full story, click here.

-- Columbus Business First reports that BrewDog -- no stranger to crowdfunding -- wants to buy the Columbus Crew to help keep the soccer team from moving. "We have now joined the discussion and effort with the Columbus Partnership and City and County officials to #SaveTheCrew," co-founder James Watt writes. "Like most fans, we believe in the power of great teams to galvanize their communities. The Columbus Crew is an important and long-standing part of our community. We stand with the passionate football (soccer) lovers across the world who believe that the game belongs to the fans." To read the full story, click here.

-- WCPO reports that Rhinegeist Brewery has produced a new beer called Valor, a rye porter, to honor veterans. Some veterans who work at the brewery helped brew the beer, Rhinegeist spokeswoman Katie Hoover said. To read the full story, click here.

-- WCPO reports that Listermann Brewing Co. has allowed some local kids to paint graffiti on the side of the brewery. "We gave them a pretty big canvas and said 'Hey, we'll pay for the paint and you guys do whatever you want with it," manager Jason Brewer says. To read the full story, click here.

-- Cleveland.com reports that Popular Mechanics magazine has assembled a list of the "25 Best American Beers." Great Lakes Dortmunder Gold and Samuel Adams Boston Lager made the cut. To read the full story, click here.

-- The Gnarly Gnome reports that Lots 16 Brewing in Mason had to rename its flagship War Horse beer because of a trademark dispute. To read the full report, click here.