Our Ale Trail through Cleveland starts where it all began: the Dunham Tavern, which has both a beer-drinking history and the distinction of being the oldest building in town. (Dogfish Head Brewery, of course, has their own brewhub, complete with a steampunk treehouse.)
Our other unusual destinations across the 216 encompass the haunted, the historic, the dead, and the living. Our companion spot to SeaQuench Ale is iconic steamer ship William G. Mather, which operated in the Great Lakes for over half a century. Flesh & Blood IPA is captured in a creepy grave marker that appears to weep black tears. And although Olympic hero Jesse Owens’ many feats took place in seconds rather than minutes, we’ll use a 60 Minute IPA to raise a toast.
You can check out our Ale Trails across the country here, and start building your own by clicking the “Add to List” button alongside each entry. We’ll see you out there!
This post is promoted in partnership with Dogfish Head Brewery. To discover more places along the Ale Trail head here, and for any questions, send us a note!
Follow us on Twitter to get the latest on the world's hidden wonders.
Like us on Facebook to get the latest on the world's hidden wonders.Follow us on Twitter Like us on Facebook