Millersburg Beer Guide: Your Millersburg guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

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70 /100 60 E JACKSON ST
“Visited on a Saturday in the early afternoon. At the time, there was no street parking left, but after circling the block, found a free parking lot maybe a 5 minute walk away. Once inside, the place looks pretty rustic, and reminds me of an old time-y pub with lots of wood. In the back, you can see the brewing setup behind glass walls, which is pretty cool. During my visit, I ordered a flight of 5, but you can order whatever quantity you like. My wife had a glass of wine, which was locally made, and pretty tasty as well. During my visit, there were a few other groups of people here. Despite that, there were still plenty of seating options left, and it actually was fairly calm and quiet, even though there was a football game on the television. The bartender was very helpful and accommodating to the questions I was asking her. Despite the beers being mostly just okay, I enjoyed my visit here, and would come back.“
JStax 1984 days ago
78 /100 60 E JACKSON ST
“(Visited 11/2014). Millersburg Brewing Company is located downtown on East Jackson and Monroe. Street parking is available nearby, and there is a lot the next block over.

There is a bench in front of the multilevel brick building and an awning with the logo on it. Inside opens to the wooden floored and brick walled tasting room. There are murals painted on the brick walls on the left, and there are tables along the left and in the rear. Hanging lights from the ceiling. The wooden bar runs along the right side, and there is a cooler and TV behind the bar.

Millersburg has 10 beers on draught. On my visit this included their flagship beers like Killbuck Creek Kolsch, Lot 21 Blonde, Bag’s Best Red, Panther Hollow Vanilla Porter, Major Holmes and French Ridge IPA plus some seasonals and rarer stuff like Andrew Ice, Opossum Run, and Pope’s Imperial Pumpkin. A sampler flight is available. The beers are decent for the most part.

Service on the Friday after Thanksgiving at the bar was pretty good. The bartender was attentive and has a reasonable amount of knowledge about the beers.

Millersburg Brewing doesn’t serve food aside from some snacks.

Overall this is a nice spot to hit between Columbus and Canton.“
Dogbrick 2330 days ago
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