Here are some interesting Ohio beer stories:

-- Columbus Business First chats with Tanisha Robinson, the chief executive officer of BrewDog USA. "I think in the beer industry there are a lot of constituencies that nobody is speaking to and I think that’s a big opportunity in front of us," she says. To read the full story, click here.

-- Crain's Cleveland Business reports that Destination Cleveland will be at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver promoting the region. The agency will man a Cleveland-focused booth in the new Craftbeer.com #beertravel Pavilion. "Being asked to participate in this first destination-focused effort at GABF reinforces Cleveland's reputation as both a strong, up-and-coming craft brewing scene and a destination city for leisure travel — particularly beercations," Destination Cleveland spokeswoman Emily Lauer says. To read the full story, click here.

-- The Mansfield News Journal reports that Phoenix Brewing Co. has named a rhubarb beer after the 86-year-old mother-in-law of one of the founders. Barb Scofield is known for her famous rhubarb crunch. The beer is called Barb Doe. To read the full story, click here.

-- The Boston Business Journal reports that Boston Beer Co. -- which operates a Samuel Adams brewery in Cincinnati -- isn't interested in being acquired. “As our founder and brewer Jim Koch has publicly shared, we’re proud to be an independent American company,” brewery spokeswoman Jessica Pear says. “As a matter of fact, we’re so proud of that, we’ve adopted the Brewers Association’s independent craft seal and are incorporating it onto every bottle and can of beer that we brew.” To read the full story, click here.