The Great Ohio Brew n’ Que Takes Over Fifty West with Beer, Barbecue and All-You-Can-Eat Meats

This collab with Great Lakes Brewing features a buffet and plenty of craft brews

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Great Ohio Brew n' Que

Fifty West and Great Lakes team up for the fourth-annual Great Ohio Brew n’ Que.

Tickets include all-you-can-eat wings, beef brisket, pulled pork, pork belly, corn pudding, collard greens, coleslaw, mac and cheese, Fifty West brownies and Great Lakes bread pudding — all created by head chefs from each brewpub.

You also get eight beer tickets, including access to a collaboration beer. If you just want to pig out and not drink, designated driver tickets are $20.

Great Lakes Beers

  • Christmas Ale
  • Ohio City Oatmeal Stout
  • Nosferatu Imperial Red
  • Dortmunder Gold Lager
  • Edmund Fitzgerald
  • Elliot Ness Amber Lager
  • Gose
  • Barrel Aged Barleywine
  • 30th Anniversary Oyster Stout
  • Barrel Aged Alberta Clipper Porter

Fifty West Beers

  • American Lager
  • Doom Pedal White Ale
  • Coast to Coast India Pale Ale
  • Coffee Please Nitro Stout
  • Home Sweet Home Brown Ale
  • Two Seater India Pale Ale
  • Main Street Amber Ale
  • Oliver Twisted Sweet Tea Brown Ale
  • Barrel Aged Marble Palace Stout with Cocoa Nibs & Vanilla
  • Afoot and Light Hearted Farmhouse Ale

4 p.m.-midnight Saturday (Nov. 3). $40; $20 designated driver. Fifty West Brewing Co., 7668 Wooster Pike, Columbia Township, fiftywestbrew.com

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