Construction Update: Lineage Brewing Change of Use Renovation
Lineage Brewing has come a long way with their renovation over the past few months. After starting with an idea of creating a social atmosphere, where friends can gather and enjoy locally crafted beer, the change of use construction transformed a pet and car wash to a trendy new Clintonville brewery. The project started late last fall, and is now reaching final completion.
The renovation has included building new walls, adding new storefront windows for natural light, an addition of a kitchen, a 7 barrel brewhouse, and bar area. The space features reclaimed bowling alley bar top and tables, reclaimed warehouse windows, and stained the concrete floors. The steel bar face was done by a local Franklinton artist and bar stools were built by a local Clintonville craftsman. The pub will seat 60, and there are an additional 20 outdoor patio seats for the warm sunny days ahead.
In addition to the hand crafted pints, the brewery will offer fresh baked handpies and light dishes that will pair perfectly with their beers. Brewing is just beginning, and they plan to open with their featured beers, while adding others to their menu throughout the year.
The new brewery is located at 2971 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43202. The convenient Clintonville location offers easy access from the nearby Olentangy Bike Trail, where biking will be encouraged. The COTA Bus also makes a stop right in front of the brewery for an easy way to commute.
The grand opening is still a few weeks away, but you can stay up-to-date on their opening by visiting the Lineage Brewing website, where they also provide a look into their story and history of how they got started.
Check out the pictures below for a snapshot into the renovation and near project completion photos:
If you love locally crafted beer, and have the enthusiasm to provide a great drinking experience, Lineage Brewing is hiring! They are looking for servers, bartenders, and cooks with a passion for craft beer. Apply online here.
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