There’s a new beer hall in town.
Columbus Brewing Company’s much anticipated new beer hall has finally opened. Described as an “expansive beer paradise set in a historic landmark”, the beer hall is pretty epic. In addition to 24 taps, the hall also features multiple bars and dining areas.
Nestled just steps away from Franklin Park, the building that houses the new hall was built in the late 1800s. The preserved original masonry adds such incredible character and uniqueness to the space that it’s not hard to imagine what it was like when trolleys were dotted around.
See, the space was originally used as a mechanic’s shop to repair the many trolleys that ran through downtown Columbus. It’s part of the East Market, which historically acted as the Trolley Barn.
On tap, you’ll find all of your Columbus Brewing Company favorites and on the food menu, you’ll find delicious eats that are globally inspired.
Of course, you can stop by any time for a beer or a bite. But if your plans are less flexible, you can also make a reservation.
The menu really does feel global, almost like you could eat your way around the world without ever leaving the beer hall. From Belgian frittes to Soba noodle bowls to Chicken Tikka Masala, it’s definitely the kind o place where you can take a large group of people and be certain that they’d all find something on the menu they would enjoy.
Columbus Brewing Company Beer Hall is located at 200 Kelton Avenue, Columbus, OH 43205. They’re open until 11 p.m. every night and you can get all of the info you need, including reservations, by visiting columbusbrewing.com/location/beer-hall.