Craft Connection Brewery Tours is expanding into the Dayton market. The company announced the expansion this week, saying its 14-passenger shuttle now departs from Ollie's Place and hits three or four local breweries.



Craft Connection was started by brothers-in-law Ben Beachler and Bryan Moritz, and his wife Emily Moritz. The company held its inaugural tour in May 2014 in Cincinnati. Craft Connection now features tours of more than 20 breweries in the Dayton and Cincinnati markets.



"The growth of Craft Connection has proven the craft beer boom is here to stay," the company said in a news release. "People are genuinely interested in the delicious, craftily made local beers in Southwest Ohio."



Craft Connection is one of many brewery shuttles operating in Ohio, including the Cleveland Brew Bus, Dayton Most Metro Brew Tours, Columbus Brew Adventures and Cincy Brew Bus.



For more details on Craft Connection tours, which cost $50 to $65 a person, click here.