Buckeye Beer Engine 420 HopFest program

LAKEWOOD, Ohio — Buckeye Beer Engine’s 420 HopFest will be held — of course — at 4:20 p.m. on Wednesday, April 20.

The day will include special menu offerings, exclusive cans, drafts and cask pours. Live music will feature Jim & Eroc Classic Rock Duo.

The list of beers so far is intriguing:

Birrificio Italiano, Italy – Tipopils

Bissell Brothers, Portland, Maine – Substance

Columbus Brewing Co., Columbus – Creeper (Keg); favor of fortune

DankHouse Brewing Co., Newark, Ohio – Chasing Trees

Dogfish Head, Milton, Delaware – 120 minute IPA

Equilibrium Brewery, Middletown, New York / Homage Brewery, Pomona, California – Intergalactic Prism

Fat Head Brewery, Middleburg Heights – Groovy Juice; SNOBS Fresh Hop IPA

Fat Head Brewery and Buckeye Beer Engine – Tie-Rye’d IPA

Half Acre Beer Co., Chicago – Fully Saturated Double Daisy

Hop Butcher for the World, Chicago – A plume of many hues

JAFB, Wooster / Buckeye beer engine – JAF-BE

Lagunitas Brewing Co., Petaluma, CA – Waldo’s Special Ale

Mason Ale Works, San Marcos, CA / Beer Zombies – Citra Revengeance

Masthead Brewing Co., Cleveland – Duality Strata & Riwaka; flat earth

Pipeworks Brewing Co., Chicago – NvU vs. Cryo

Revolution Brewing, Chicago – Insession

Short Throw Brewing Co., Richmond, Virginia / Other Half Brewing Co., Brooklyn, New York – Bank Shot

Buckeye Beer Engine is at 15315 Madison Ave, Lakewood,

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