With the Major League Baseball season kicking off next week, itís time to celebrate with a beer.



There are plenty of baseball-themed brews to choose from made right here in Ohio. As you might expect as winter transitions into spring, several of these beers are lower in alcohol.



Hereís a quick rundown of whatís available around the state:



Great Lakes Brewing Co., Cleveland: Rally Drum Red Ale. The 5.8 percent beer was made in honor of Tribe superfan John Adams. The beer has been available on draft only in previous years but the Cleveland brewery announced plans to release the beer in 16-ounce cans later this year.



JAFB Wooster Brewery, Wooster: Rain Delay IPA. This 6.5 percent beer won a silver medal at the 2015 Great American Beer Festival. Itís available on draft only.



Butcher and the Brewer, Cleveland: The Jake Cream Ale. Obiviously, itís a tribute to the home of the Cleveland Indians, which was once called Jacobs Field, or simply The Jake.



Brick and Barrel, Cleveland: Bitter Chief IPA. Co-founder and brewer Karl Spiesman is a Cleveland Indians fan and the 6.9 percent Bitter Chief is a reference to Chief Wahoo.



Market Garden Brewery, Cleveland: Wahoo Wit. Itís a 6 percent beer that also pays homage to Chief Wahoo.



Forest City Brewery, Cleveland: Opening Day. Itís a 7.1 percent IPA.



Rhinegeist Brewery, Cincinnati: Hustle. Itís a 4.8 percent red lager. The name is an obvious nod to Charlie Hustle himself Pete Rose.



Maumee Bay Brewing Co., Toledo: Broken Bat. The 4.5 percent beer is a kolsch.



Pigskin Brewing Co., Gahanna: I Donít Know Is On Third. Itís a 4.6 percent session IPA, with the name referring to the famous Abbott and Costello bit ďWhoís on First.Ē



MadTree Brewing Co., Cincinnati: Rounding Third. The red IPA is 6.5 percent.



Taft's Ale House, Cincinnati: 1882 Opening Day Ale. It's a 4.3 percent golden ale. The 1882 is a reference to the first Cincinnati Reds opener.



The Cleveland Indians season begins Monday at the Texas Rangers. The home opener is April 11 against the Chicago White Sox. Meanwhile, the Cincinnati Reds opener is at home Monday against the Philadelphia Phillies.