CLEVELAND, Ohio - Our beer calendar has news on a Habitat for Humanity beer and wine tasting event, Christmas ales at Chez Francois and much more:
Tuesday, Oct. 4: Graffiti Social Kitchen will hold a four-course dinner featuring Portside Brewery beers. It's at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $40. Lineup: High Tide Hefeweizen (5.4 percent alcohol), Deliberation Belgian Amber (7 percent), the flagship 216 Pale Ale (5.7 percent) and Rusalka Vanilla Stout (5.2 percent). Graffiti Social Kitchen is at 1261 W. 76th St., Cleveland.
Thursday, Oct 6: Habitat for Humanity will hold the ninth annual A Night 2 Build Hope, a beer and wine tasting event, 6-9 p.m. at the Akron Zoo, 500 Edgewood Ave. Cost is $70 ($125 per couple). Includes silent auction, raffle, mystery prizes, more. Buy tickets online through Wednesday, Sept. 28.
Friday, Oct. 7: The Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake will feature Market Garden Brewery at an Oktoberfest beer-tasting dinner at 6 p.m. The event includes a beer-tasting reception and presentation from the brewery, followed by a multi-course dinner with beer pairing and entertainment. The beer-tasting dinner package includes tasting, dinner, beers, entertainment, overnight stay and breakfast for two the next day, beginning at $270. Event-only price without overnight stay is $129 per couple. The Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake is at 4888 North Broadway (Ohio 534) in Geneva-on-the-Lake.
Saturday, Oct. 8: Brick and Barrel will hold its inaugural Smoke, Fire, and Ales run. Entry includes a glass, t-shirt, meal ticket for Smokehouse Foods barbecue and entry in running tour (6- and 3.5-mile options). Brick and Barrel recently tapped its new Pale Ale, Little Chief, billed as a "companion" to Bitter Chief IPA. Registration opens at noon; details are here. Also, Brick and Barrel will participate in the Bikes N' Brew ride, which features five brewery stops. Details and registration can be found here.
Saturday, Oct. 8: Main Street Medina's Medina Beer & Wine Festival is 6-11 p.m. It will feature more than 40 local and national craft beers, hard ciders and wines at Weymouth Country Club ballroom, 3946 Weymouth Road, Medina. Tickets are $30 ($10, designated drivers). Go to mainstreetmedina.com or buy tickets at the door. Food and a commemorative tasting glass are included with admission.
Friday-Sunday, Oct. 14-22: Cleveland Beer Week. It's a tad later this year so as not to conflict with Great American Beer Festival in Denver. Here's what to expect.
Friday, Oct. 14: The Akron Civic Theatre, 182 S. Main St., Akron, will hold its fourth beer fest in the classic setting of the downtown theater. Here's all the info and beer list.
Saturday, Oct. 15: Rozi's is having its 21st annual wine- and beer-tasting extravaganza, featuring more than 150 wines and 60 beers with food pairing. Cost is $25. Rozi's is at 14900 Detroit Ave., Lakewood.
Saturday, Oct. 15: Drink. Bar and Grill will hold a tap takeover featuring Wolf's Ridge Brewing of Columbus 5 p.m.-1 a.m. Drink is at 4250 Pearl Road, Cleveland.
Wednesday, Oct. 19: Rozi's Wine House will feature Columbus Brewing "Bodhifest" with Deagan's Kitchen & Bar. Happy hours is 5-7 p.m. at Rozi's, then the party moves to Deagan's 7 p.m.-close. Bodhi, a Bodhi variant and other Columbus Brewing beers will be on tap at Rozi's. Deagan's will have half a dozen Columbus Brewing beers as well. It's a pay-by-the-glass event. Rozi's is at 14900 Detroit Ave., Cleveland. Deagan's is next door at 14810 Detroit Ave.
Monday, Oct. 24: Crave will hold a beer dinner featuring Rhinegeist Brewery of Cincinnati. Five to six courses will be paired with beers. A representative from the brewery will guide the dinner. Cost is $50 plus tax & tip. Spots are limited; call 330-253-1234. Crave is at 57 E. Market St., Akron.
Wednesday, Nov. 23: Chez Francois will hold a 12 Beers of Christmas tasting 6-8 p.m. Sixteen Christmas ales will be served with hors d'oeuvres. Cost is $50; tax and tip included. Chez Francois is at 555 Main St., Vermilion.
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