Here are some interesting Ohio beer stories (because I don't have time to write them all):

• The Cincinnati Business Courier reports on HighGrain Brewing Co. opening May 31 in the former Silverton Town Hall. The brewery is focused on sustainability. "We want to make a healthier place for our neighbors and families and preserve the world around us for the next generation," co-founder Josh Jasen says. To read the full story, click here.

• WLWT reports that Rivertown Brewing and the Butler County Donut Trail are releasing a beer called SprinkAle, an imperial white made with sprinkle doughnuts. "We really love doing beers that have a lot of personality and what could have more personality than a beer that brings together so many local businesses and flavors," Rivertown co-owner Lindsay Roeper says. To read the full story, click here.

• Craftbeer.com has compiled a list of "AirbnBeers: Breweries with Hotels, Inns, Camping and More." The list includes two Ohio locations: BrewDog's DogHouse in Canal Winchester and The Brewers Quarters at Sandy Springs Brewing in Minerva. (It forgot to include the new Dalton Union Airbnb in Marysville.) To read the full list, click here.

• The Gnarly Gnome reports that Cincinnati's Rhinegeist Brewery is among the breweries teaming up with Sun King Brewery to release a four-pack of 16-ounce cans to celebrate Sun King's 10th anniversary. To read the full story, click here.

• Bonbright Distributors and MillerCoors are donating more than 50,000 12-ounce cans of drinking water to the Dayton area to help the region recover from the tornadoes that ripped through the area this week. To read the full story, click here.

• The Energy News Network reports on Ohio breweries such as Jackie O's, Land-Grant and Great Lakes that are focused on clean energy and environmental practices. To read the full story, click here.

• The Willoughby News-Herald reports that the Willoughby Brewing Co. is revamping its food menu. “Everybody already knows we have world-class, award-winning beer,” owner Jeremy Vanhorn says. “But we have accepted the challenge to have world-class-quality food.” To read the full story, click here.

• Fox Business reports that Anheuser-Busch North America is turning to its premium beer brands, low-carb brands and charitable efforts to counter slumping sales of Bud Light and Budweiser. “Today consumers are looking for different experiences different products and they love innovation and we’ve been innovating more than ever before this is playing a very important role for us in terms of growth,” CEO Michael Doukeris says. To read the full story, click here.