Cleveland, OH

Here are 5 of Cleveland's great places to grab a pint or two

James Stephens
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Cleveland, OH — Craving for beer to quench your thirst? Fear not, Cleveland's got you covered. This city's beer scene has been growing for some time and is full of craft breweries. Don't say you have visited Cleveland without checking these places out.

So if you're interested in trying some of them, here are five places you can check out. That way you might want to make your own beer, or just want to try some beers available on the premises.

* Great Lakes Brewing Company

Established in 1988, every beer, cuisine, and story shared at Great Lakes Brewing Company is a celebration of the Great Lakes Region. They have several beers that you can try and Dortmunder Gold Lager happens to be their signature.

* Market Garden Brewery & Distillery

Four friends with a passion for quality craft beer and a mission to bring better beer to everyone founded this establishment in 2011. Indulge yourself in local craft beer and handcrafted food several steps away from The West Side Market.

* Nano Brew

Located in the historic Ohio City neighborhood of Cleveland, this bicycle-friendly brewpub serves tasty local food and freshly brewed beer from its 1-barrel brewhouse. Dine inside or outside on the bustling patio.

* Platform Beer Co.

The unofficial Brewery District of Cleveland, which is located in Ohio City, was formed in 2014. Paul Benner and Justin Carson, the owners, aimed to make good beers to serve in their tasting room and local bars.

* Bad Tom Smith Brewing

This cozy, laid-back brewery provides a variety of over 20 beers. On Fridays, enjoy a friendly staff, a 20-seat bar, a Growler Station, widescreen TVs, a Flight of 4 for $5, and local food from Pizza Whirl, Ohio City Burrito, and Rib Cage.

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