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Barley's Brewing Company

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Barley's Brewing CompanyBarley's Brewing Company
BEER AVG
3.96/5
Based on:
45 Beers
536 Ratings
Place Score: 92
Ratings: 115
Reviews: 69
rAvg: 4.1
pDev: n/a
Taps: 12
Bottles: 20
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

467 N. High St.
Columbus, Ohio, 43215
United States
phone: (614) 228-ALES

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Ratings: 115 | Reviews: 69
Reviews by buschbeer:
Photo of buschbeer
4/5  rDev -2.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I made my second visit to Barley's this weekend before a Blue Jackets game. I got there and there were just a couple of people at the bar. The bartender was friendly enough and seemed to know their products. They had seven or eight of their own brews along with some guest taps. My favorite selection happened to be a guest tap. Their beers were good but nothing stood out. It was a nice comfortable place. It was not snooty like some can be. It'll probably continue to be my goto place before Jackets games.

Cheers!

More User Reviews:
Photo of shelt11
4.13/5  rDev +0.7%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.25

Pretty cool place, good location next to the Cbus convention center. Pretty good food, too

Photo of RblWthACoz
4.03/5  rDev -1.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.25

This place looks like it has been around since the 90s's. I assume that's the case. It's right next to the convention center and I assume the hockey arena is nearby as well, so it was quite busy when I was there. Lots of Coors Light drinkers. Lots. The one beer I had was very tasty and the food was way above average. (Thanks to my host for the recommendation.) A worthy visit, though seems stuck in the past on decor.

Photo of Alanca
4.46/5  rDev +8.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4 | food: 4.75

Great spot if you're at convention center you can just walk across street and get a good beer and sandwich instead of convention food. They're in entertainment book so cheap price w on line /smart phone coupon

Photo of Bonis
4.09/5  rDev -0.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4 | food: 4.25

This has been one of my go-to breweries since I got into craft beer a few years ago. Their beer is above average compared to most of the breweries in the area, but rarely anything that will "knock your socks off".. they always have a couple good options and there's always something for even the most novice beer drinker. The food is always excellent and service is great. If they are brewing, you can request to go down and talk to the brewers. Nice view of the brewery (in basement) from the bar area as well.

Photo of MRJAZZ
4/5  rDev -2.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

One of the best places in town, all around ! Even brought back a growler of their Scottish Ale and the Blue Ribbon Grand Cru that I'm enjoying as I write this review. You definitely have to go here when in Columbus. The Brewery was located around the corner from the hotel where I was residing and is in the area known as the Arena District.

Photo of SudsTerkel
4.7/5  rDev +14.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4.5

I hit the BBC on a weekday afternoon after a long flight to Columbus. It sits in a very attractive and tastefully renovated old building and has a gorgeous bar that was originally from the building next door, which now is a Sushi place. I had the Centennial IPA and the Imperial IPA - it was 'hops fix' time for me. Both fit my definition for taste, balance and finish. The real flavor rush was their cask offering, 'Kind of Blueberry' barrel aged Rye IPA. As the name implies there's a slight hint of blueberry, adding to the complexity of the brew. I could sip that one into perpetuity. I ordered one of the salads off the menu which was excellent, too. Columbus' 'Short North' offers a plethora of quality beer interludes; locals are indeed fortunate to have an institution like the BBC doing what they're doing for as long as they have.

Photo of rodney4130
4.13/5  rDev +0.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

One of my favorites in Columbus. Really good beers, though to be fair, probably not the best you've ever had. Still, you'll find a couple of things that you'll enjoy, I'm sure of that. The Imperial Stout had a really nice flavor, but was just barely imperial, clocking in at a hair over 7%. It was a touch watery too, but after another miss at a different Columbus brewpub, I was pleased all the same.

Our food was very reasonably priced upscale pub fare, and the server was really nice, friendly and knew his beer.

Totally worth a stop. Nice building too.

Photo of PittBeerGirl
4.48/5  rDev +9.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Located across the street from the convention center in downtown columbus oh. My boyfriend has been here a few times and wanted to share the experience with me.

A- The atmosphere is simple but very good. Its sort of an old woody pub feel. What makes this place stand out to me is the beer poster above every booth. Some are very Euro and some are posters of Barley's own ales. This place doesn't try to be a "big deal" They arent advertising all of their stuff to go or merchandise. We had to ask to get a growler fill-and they had them-but they werent tooting their own horn in the esence that a lot of other places are.

The Beer- 9 beers on tap 8 regular and a cask. They are really big fans of firkin and real ale. The cask this evening was a very well put together bourbon barrel barley wine (what?)- amazing. Also was a pale ale, pilsner, 2 christmas beers, their flagship scottish ale, a DIPA (best I've had in awhile), a Russian Imperial Stout, and a Belgian Strong Dark Ale. Pretty serious stuff. All were well put together- the DIPA and the availibility of the barleywine definately stood out for me.

The Food- Pretty standard upper middle class pub food with some nicer entrees. THe bleu chips were awesome and my buffalo chicken wrap was a bit too spicy. Edit-I have been here again and everything is good except for the wrap being a little too spicy

The Service- Our server was knowledgeable about the beer and did well-but didnt have much of a personality.

Overall- This was a bit pricey but a great experience. I'd love to come back here again!

Photo of CapitalGains
3.6/5  rDev -12.2%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

When I lived in Columbus about two years ago I was at Barley's downtown location at least once per week, usually during the late afternoon or early evening. My friends and I usually sat the bar which seats about 15-20 people. There are a lot of tables (maybe 20?) as well. No outdoor seating if I recall correctly.

Atmosphere was enjoyable especially considering its proximity to the heart of downtown which can garner some less-than-par beer enthusiast environments. The crowd was never too obnoxious and the establishment as a whole was never all that busy when I visited except on a few occasions.

Quality was above-average but not stellar. Barley's puts out solid products across the board but nothing that will blow your mind. We usually had the same bartenders who were attentive and knowledgeable and started to recognize us (in a good way) after awhile. Can't say they did anything spectacular - they did their job.

Selection consists of 7-9 of Barley's taps, of which 4-5 were constants and the others were seasonal rotators. There were usually a couple of guest taps (2-3) that often weren't ordering in lieu of Barley's in-house selections. Apparently there is a bottle selection as well but I never ventured to take a look at it. There always seemed to be at least one beer on cask which is worth checking out. Barley's does a fine job with their cask beer - highly recommended.

I usually ordered food at the Smokehouse but the food at the downtown location was tasty the few times I ordered it.

Prices are about average. I always enjoyed myself at Barley's and I would have to say it was my favorite brewpub in the general Columbus area. My favorite selections were the Alexander Russian Imperial Stout and usually whatever was on cask.

Photo of jrstacy98
4.4/5  rDev +7.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

A fun place - it wasn't as big as I expected it to be, thought it was a conveniently located and a great escape from a Volleyball tournament for a few of us dads. If you find yourself at the Columbus Convention Center - this is a definite great way to escape from the $3+ bottles of water.

I tried the Scottish Ale (top notch) and an Oatmeal Stout. Good but a little weak on flavor.

We sat at the bar, wait staff friendly and took care of us. With a large beer supply I was surprised to see some patrons drinking main stream beers - so they sell both.

Photo of UnionBrew
3.58/5  rDev -12.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 3 | food: 4.5

Due to it's location near the arena, this is a popular pregame spot for many Columbus Blue Jacket fans. And I, with my hockey jersey sleeves rolled up, have spent many an afternoon in the slender but inviting dining room that makes up the main eating hall at Barley's Downtown. The menu features a nice mix of American and German style food that compliments the beer served there nicely. Most recently I enjoyed the $2 brats and 50 cent sauerkraut balls that were on special that day and they hit the spot.

Barley's isn't well known for traveling too far outside of traditional styles and their beer selection has remained relatively unchanged since they opened the doors in 1992. They normally only introduce a few new one off batches of beer a year, and those are usually a twist on beers they already brew. Due to the fact that the brewery shares space with the restaurant and bar, the restrictive space probably doesn't afford them much opportunity to experiment with many test batches. I assume they're going with the montra that "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" which is reflected in the sampler that I received.

There's the token Pilsner for those that prefer to judge beer on how easily you can see through it rather then on taste. The Pale Ale and Blurry Bike IPA were pretty forgettable, and the Stout was on par with a Guiness. Now this isn't indicative of every experience I've had at Barley's, I actually really like their Centennial IPA which comes in above 7% ABV, I just think I came at a bad time in their beer rotation. The exceptions being the Scottish Ale which I found to be surprisingly sweet and almost had a cotton candy taste to it, and the GlenLenny's Scotch Ale was the star of the bunch. The GlenLenny had a sweet and boosy taste that sort of reminded me more of a Belgium tripel then a scotch ale/wee heavy. I ordered a glass of it for my bonus round and was not disappointed.

So to sum up the experience, I would skip the sampler and go straight to what interests you. One of the nice things about Barley's is that you can sample a beer for 75 cents, which is a nice deal for 5oz and more ideal than trying to fight through $5 worth of beer you don't want. Unfortunately, the service is sort of hit or miss so sometimes it's just better to sit at the bar if you can. Although they don't stray very far from the beaten path as far as their beer selection, the location and overall experience of coming to this brewery makes it worth a stop if you're in the neighborhood.

Photo of SaCkErZ9
3.26/5  rDev -20.5%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4 | service: 2.5 | selection: 3.5

Man, everything in Columbus is expensive. Im just a southern boy and these prices are killin me! Beers here were $5.75 for a "pint". I guess that is about standard for downtown Columbus, but it doesnt mean I cant complain.

I wasnt very impressed with the service here. I ordered a porter and after the guy next to me ordered a pint of the cask ale, I decided I wanted that instead. The server gave me a menacing look and said "Are you going to make me waste a beer?" I understand there is a bottom line, profit wise, but I have never beer refused a different beer in my life. I have only asked maybe twice but anywhere else, the staff were very compliant and willing to serve. So, I had my porter and left.

I was actually pretty excited abou this place but the server ruined that. The atmosphere wasnt really that good anyway. It was kind of dead and boring. They had only 5 beers on draft. Why cant a brewpub have more than 5 beers on draft? The beers were a pale ale, a scottish, a porter, something called Auld Ale, and a Frambwah. I dont get it.

Barleys is across the stree from the Hampton where I was staying, but I wont be going back anytime soon.

Photo of DoubleSimcoe
4.28/5  rDev +4.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I was re-reading my beerfly reviews and was surprised to find that I never reviewed Barley's Downtown! For the time my wife and I lived in the Columbus area, Barley's was one of our favorite stops. Sure, we were partial to the Barley's Smokehouse, and to Bodega, which was a short walk from Barley's Downtown, but we always visited this place.

It was so nice going to the North Market and then walking across the lot to Barley's. Never crowded, just animated, with a cozy atmosphere, lots of wood, nice ample booths, dim lights, unobtrusive music. Yeah. This is a place to enjoy beer.

And the beers are top-notch! A great IPA, a great Imperial Stout, a great Rye IPA... and so on. They're not your average brewery that only brews a pale ale and a brown. They go beyond! Quality is always very good, and Scott Francis the brewmaster (a classic of the Columbus beer scene) is always around.

And on Fridays, the firkin! Beer as it used to be, on a wooden cask, warm and raw.

Food is pretty good, better than average. We loved the Truffle Mac n' Cheese, the Hummus (even though it was a bit to seltzer-y), and the sauerkraut balls and brats that were a weekly special (perfect with beer!).

Prices are very, very reasonable. Better than the Smokehouse and most places around Columbus.

Service is good, either at the bar or the tables. No complaints. It is funny, though, that a lot of the servers have this surly face, like they're not enjoying, but still- they do their jobs fine.

As I'm writing this, I realize I miss Columbus/Ohio.

Photo of tat2dhllblly
4.3/5  rDev +4.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Barley's Beer and Food are a wonderful treat I look forward to everytime I visit Columbus. I have 2 growlers that I fill everytime I am there and have people fill for me when they go to Columbus.
I have yet to have a bad beer but I really look forward to their Centenial IPA, it is amazing and a great representation of the style.
Also the Imperial Stout is great and a local ice cream shop has used it to make some ice cream, that's just how good it is!!
Also try their Turkey Nut Burger!!!
The only issue I have is that their waiting staff could use a class on manners. The bartenders are great but their table wait staff are usually rude and hard to find.

Photo of TurdFurgison
3.88/5  rDev -5.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Barley's downtown is a solid brewpub that won't let you down when in Columbus. Good variety of house beers on tap, 1 cask, and a small number of guest taps. Nothing to mention in the bottle selection, primarily BMC.

The house beers are good, running the standard range, a pilsner, an IPA, a porter, a pale ale, a mild, a barleywine, basically most styles except sours (so far).

The square-shaped bar serves customers along 3 sides, with seating for about 16. Beyond that there are plenty of booths and some tables, allowing for another hundred or so customers. Lots of woodworks, neutral colors on the walls, plenty of house posters on the walls with original artwork pushing the house drafts.

The food is OK, not exceptional but not bad at all, decent USA pub food. Average prices, the only real issue is the lack of free parking. You can do meters on the street or try your luck with the North Market lot, but you'll want to get a validation by some store in the North Market.

Photo of Lolli1315
4/5  rDev -2.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Went a couple days ago to meet someone who had a couple of beers to give me.

Nice place with numerous taps of their own beer along with a couple of guest taps that change periodically. Overall the beer was pretty good with the bartender making sure that all our needs were met. Samples of beer is allowed for those who want to sample before a decision. Also, growlers are available for those who want to take something they particularly liked home.

Overall a good place to stop if you are in Columbus, unfortunately I have not had the opportunity to try the food, but I'm sure that I will soon and will update the review then.

Photo of WVbeergeek
4/5  rDev -2.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Checked out this place last night after a Sublime with Rome concert in Columbus, I sampled the Imperal Stout with a taster. Than I drank a whole pint of the Ivan Porter, excellent quality brews from this small brewpub. I've been to the Smokehouse as well that was has a much bigger atmosphere. I did like the pub feel this place had to offer it was very quiet maybe ten people hanging out talking. Only 2 guest taps Blue Moon and Abita Purple Haze, much better supporting cast at the Smokehouse. Overall I nice experience that I would recommend no time for food last night but the beer was great and did me well during our post concert pub crawl.

Photo of MbpBugeye
4.45/5  rDev +8.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I love this place. I really embrace the local beer scene and this one is a major part of the Columbus craft scene.

My last visit, which is what this review is based one, was during the Arnold Classic which is held right across the street. I didnt mean to visit here during the classic but I forgot about it. Because of this the place was packed. This is not the norm. Usually you can walk right in and get a seat.

They brew their own beer on premise and they do a good job at it. They typically have a Scotch ale, English pale ale and pilsner at this location. The rest change up. Ive seen an Imperial Stout before for example. Frambwha!? (which is obviously a raspberry lambic style ale) was on tap. They have a small but nice selection of guest beers. Founder's Red's Rye was on tap.

Their food is good but its mostly pub grub, burgers, paninis, bangers and mash, fried oysters and the like.

Tuesdays are when you should get growler fills. They are discounted every Tuesday.

Photo of shivtim
3.8/5  rDev -7.3%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

We stopped in briefly on a windy, chilly Sunday afternoon in December. Not too many people in there, but the bar was relatively full. The back dining section was quite large; I imagine it gets crowded during dinner time. It seems like a decent neighborhood hangout, with kind of a generic but cozy standard pub/restaurant vibe. We had pretty friendly and prompt service. Decent selection on tap, with 6, plus 4 "guest taps" and one cask. Good quality. We didn't try the food. I'd poke my head in again if I happened to be in the Columbus area.

Photo of frazbri
4.25/5  rDev +3.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

My most recent visit to Barley's was before going to a hockey game on Saturday night. We arrived before 5:00 and took a seat at the bar. Most of the stools were occupied as long as we stayed, and it was a friendly, beer geeky crew. (not meant as a bad thing)

I tried three of Barley's beers: the ale, the scottish ale, and the russian imperial stout. My favorite was the RIS. It wasn't overly powerful for the style, but it was a very drinkable stout. (Ohio has a 12% abv cap for beer). The pale and scottish ale were both good, too.

For dinner, I opted for some comfort food to combat the frigid January weather. I started with a bowl of beef barley soup, and had the sausage and pierogi platter for my main course. Both choices were tasty and warming, and the servings were very generous.

Our bartender was outstanding. She had a full load of patrons, and everyone was well attended to. She was incredibly friendly and seemed very genuine. Knowledge of the menu and the beer was very good, too.

This is very good brewpub. It's across the street from the convention center, and just a short walk from Nationwide Arena. Give it a try.

Photo of Fezfreak
4.83/5  rDev +17.8%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

To say I am a regular customer of Barley's on High Street [Alehouse # 1], is like saying, the sky is blue. My wife and I started going here in the mid 1990s. This is the first place we ever had Pesto Pizza. The first place we ever had Sauerkraut Balls. The first place we ever had a true Cask-Conditioned Ale [real Ale].

This is the one place in Columbus, Ohio that we are the most comfortable in, much like The Club Inn Between in Huntington, West Virginia (although these two establishments could not be more different). It's one of the corniest kind of comparisons - but the theme song from Cheers comes to mind - I'm pretty sure that everyone at Barley's Alehouse #1 knows our names. For this reason, my view of their service may be biased.

The food at Alehouse # 1 is a mix of excellent pub-grub and serious entrees. There are mainstays on the menu, but it changes periodically to keep it interesting, much like they do with the beers. Two weeks ago I had the truly decadent Brew Pub Pot Roast. I substituted the side dish with Potato & Cheddar Perogies and washed it down with a Centennial IPA.

One of the best and cheapest plates of food in all of Columbus has to be Barley's Quesadilla Platter, which comes with a side of Rice and Black Beans. But whether the chips are up or down, nothing beats this for a quick bite: A half-order of Sauerkraut Balls with a Bowl (or cup) of Pale Ale Chili. Mmm. I wish I had some now!

Alehouse # 1 has some mainstays on the draft list like the deliciously seductive Alexander's Imperial Russian Stout, the ever-dependable MacLenny's Scottish Ale, the Pale Ale, and the amazing Pilsner - the nectar of the Gods. Other selections are rotated out with regularity, such as the Raspberry Wheat and the Hop Envy IPA.

Although Barley's on High Street and Barley's Smokehouse are owned by different individuals, my good buddy and fellow musician, Brewmaster Scott Francis (the Godfather of craft brewing in Central Ohio) presides over the production of beer at both locations.

IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE: The yeast strain Scott employs came from a traditional London, England brewery many moons ago, and he has used it for so long now that it has become unique to Barley's. This is one of the key elements in the flavor profile and complexity of their beers. You can't get the taste anywhere else. Scott is always coming up with something different, his beers a true embodiment of the brewer's art.

Parking can be tricky, but be creative - try parking further away and walking a couple of blocks. The nickname, "Alehouse # 1" says it all - 'this should be your first stop on any Columbus, Ohio beer tour'.

STRONGLY Recommended!

Photo of UDbeernut
3.88/5  rDev -5.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Came from outside of the city during my last buisness trip to Columbus. Walked in and was greated by a U shaped bar and seating along the side. Sat at the bar and was propmly asked what I wanted. The had about 8 beers on tap, with some being their own beer, and a few being other brewers around Columbus. I did not notice if they carried anything on bottle, but I was only gonig to order anything they brewed. I had their Imperial IPA and it was very tasty. Also ate an order of nachos which were very good. Overall had a very nice expirence. Def worth a visit when in Columbus.

Photo of adamette
3.23/5  rDev -21.2%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4 | food: 2

Visited this place last night with my wife. Heard about it here on BA. We walked from our hotel, the Crowne Plaza in Downtown Columbus, the walk was 0.3 miles. It would have been very pleasant but about an hour before there was a tornado warning and it was still raining. Anyway, we made it and we entered a medium sized brew pub with a large squarish bar front and center with beer signs scattered (not too many but I recall a Hoegaarden one near the door) and many of the walls had beer bottles displayed around them but did not cover every square inch.
I asked for and received a sampler tray of "every beer" as there was no listing of the available "house" beers except on a difficult to read chalkboard that I had to leave my seat to read. There were somewhat generic posters of beer and brewing (you know, those dated looking posters with possibly french language references to brewing or beer drinking from about 1880) interspersed with the Brew Pubs own daily specials posters which are repeated on a stand up plastic announcement board at your table. So anyway I got the sampler, drank all 10 offerings and then ordered my personal favorite, the Scotch Ale. It was a nice, malty offering with only a hint of hops (just my style). The waiter brought me a "Scottish Ale" instead which I realized after drinking about one third of it and I thought that I would feel bad for asking him to pour me what I ordered after I had drank that much. Anyway, this is a BREW PUB with at least two beers that sound a lot alike (they had a scottish ale on cask as well) and I would have appreciated it if he confirmed my order with me before bringing me the wrong beer.
I digress....the food was not good. My wife ordered a BBQ chicken wrap that was 10% chicken and 75% lettuce. My "Chipotle Chicken Sandwich" had a bun which was strange. The top was far too "fluffy" and thick, about 2 inches thick and dry. The bottom was soaked through with the cajun sauce that the chicken had been bathing in. We both got cheddar Pierogi which were excellent. Anyway, we agreed that if we do return (we are from out of town) we would simply not eat there. I have an idea, though, that the burgers with fries might have been the better way to go as they did appear tasty on other's tables.
So the selection is pretty good. 10 beers on tap that are produced right there demonstrating a good, solid range of about B+ beers. Really a nice spot for a BA but think long and hard about what food you might be thinking of ordering. You do not have to think twice about the Pierogi, however.

Photo of Natural510
4.28/5  rDev +4.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Brewpub in downtown Columbus, across from the Convention Center.
Nice atmosphere. They have a few TVs but not the overkill you see at most sports bars here. The circular bar greets you upon entrance with tables at the side and in back.
Most of the taps are house beers, one rotating on cask, along with a couple guest beers (Goose Island, Blue Moon & one other). I tried the Scottish Ale on cask and a pint of Pilsner, both were good representations of their respective styles. Also had a veggie burger with mashed potatoes. Burgers were about $8...entrees went up to the $20-25 range. Fair for a downtown location.
They seem to favor "real beer" here, with the cask and a focus on brewpub culture. Unfortunately, half the people were still drinking hard liquor and Bud Light, but it was nice to see others going for the malt & hops.
A very worthwhile stop if you're in the Columbus area.

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Barley's Brewing Company in Columbus, OH
92 out of 100 based on 115 ratings.