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Hours

Tu–Th 10:30a–11p
F 10:30a–12a
Sa 10a–12a
Su 10a–10p
M Closed

 

Winner, Best New Restaurant 2013 - Columbus Monthly

☆☆☆☆ - Columbus Dispatch

☆☆☆☆ - Columbus Monthly

 

Phone

(614) 429–3936

Location

215 N 4th Street
Columbus, OH 43215

Hours

Tu–Th 10:30a–11:00p
F 10:30a–12:00p
Sa 10a–12a
Su 10a–10p
M Closed

Gift certificates are available for purchase here.

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Wolf's Ridge Brewing...

...is a family owned and operated craft brewery and restaurant, created as a result of our long and deepening love for both craft beer and food. WRB was born through the deep desire of the owners to create a gathering space for other craft beer and food lovers in the downtown Columbus community. Our goal is to build a microbrewery and restaurant that becomes a proud member of the community, where we provide our patrons with a wonderful dining and drinking experience.

The concept at Wolf's Ridge Brewing is centered on the idea that by focusing on craft and locally sourced products and services as much as possible, we are staying true to our primary goal of supporting and emulating the community in which we reside.

Our wonderful staff and team strive to offer the highest quality craft beer and a casual, comfortable restaurant environment inspired by a new American menu featuring fresh and seasonal ingredients.

Interested in joining our team? Check out opportunities with WRB.

The craft...

...was what pulled us in and keeps us going. WRB has an earnest appreciation and respect for the craft lifestyle and the integrity and passion inherent in it. We believe that by sourcing high quality products as locally as possible, we are not only contributing to our community, but we are promoting a truly sustainable local environment. We are deeply grateful to have the opportunity to share with you the goods from some of Central Ohio’s and the Midwest’s finest craftsmen and craftswomen, including, but not limited to:

Alpha; Belgian Tripel;

8.9%; IBU - 32

In its original form, it’s said that the first variants of Belgian Tripel were an answer by Trappist monasteries to the popularity of German Pilsners sweeping across Europe. This example takes cues from those classic beers, featuring the rounded crackery sweetness of Belgian-sourced Pilsner malt and beautiful yeast-derived flavors of apple, banana, and pear prior to a spritzy, Champagne-like finish. 

Clear Sky; Cream ale;

5.1%; IBU - 13

Cream Ales were well on their way to being the most popular style until Prohibition put and end to it- or tried to! This simple, light beer has a slight malt taste, with light hopping, to make you think of beautiful summer afternoons on the banks of the Scioto  

Luck Strikes Twice; West Coast IPA;

6.5%; IBU - 62

Featuring the danky, piney, and generally quite fetching aromas and flavors of two of the industry’s favorite hop varietals Simcoe and Mosaic, this West Coast-style IPA delivers a tidal wave of hop intensity, supported by just a touch of underlying malt character, prior to a clean, dry finish.

Ultra Violet; Fruit ale;

5.2%; IBU - 20

The initial blonde ale recipe received 150lbs of blackberry puree to create this wonderful violet colored beer. Brewed as a collaboration with The Daily Growler, this heat-quencher won’t last long. Mirroring the end of summer, the fleeting rocky pink head gives way to bold fresh blackberry aromatics and hints of tartness. The fruit flavor is somewhat restrained on the pleasing dry body, but blackberry and strawberry greens carry the day.

 


Omega; Belgian pale ale;

5.3%; IBU - 28

Rarely produced by American craft breweries, Belgian-style pale ales, are perhaps the perfect beer for the early months of Spring. Flavors of lightly toasted bread, crackers, and roasted nuts combine with hop-derived herbal, earthy, and floral notes to render a splendidly balanced profile. Subtle yeast-derived notes of fruit and light spice add complexity, without harming drinkability.

Howling Moon; Imperial IPA; 

8.2%; IBU - 68

Howling Moon features lighter malts to add just enough backbone to support the robust bitterness and alcohol indicative of the style, while showcasing the abundant aromas and varied flavors of premium hops. Citra and Galaxy hops lend flavors of pineapple, mango, peach and citrus. The aroma is full of fleshy grapefruit and hints of lemon. Assertive but not overwhelming, Howling Moon heralds the hop and all of its glory.

Downtown; Hoppy brown;

6%; IBU - 55

We have a tendency to find any avenue we can to add hop flavor and aroma to a beer. In the case of this one, we utilized the classic citrus and grapefruit notes of Cascade, combined with light notes of baker’s and milk chocolate, to render a final product that straddles the line between roast and fruity hop character; illustrating that, with some beers, balance between components yields a final product that is greater than the mere sum of its parts.

Find WRB on tap around Columbus here!

Interested in joining our team? Check out opportunities with WRB.

Little Red Riding; Red ale;

5.4%; IBU - 37

With a cream colored head and a crystal clear copper-red body, Little Red is a beautiful beer. Aromas of clover honey and toasted whole-grain bread abound. Little Red also showcases flavors of caramel, water cracker, and mild white grape and melon. Crisp and drinkable, I’ll have two!

Beyond Measure; Belgian 

Wit; 4.6%; IBU - 16

Author JK Rowling said in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, "Wit beyond measure is man's greatest treasure", and this Belgian Style Witbier is one of our summer treasures. Brewed in the manner that the great Pierre Celis rescued from extinction, our interpretation of Witbier shows aromatic notes of orange, subtle spice, and light yeast-derived esters; prior to a palate of more fruit-centric flavors .  The perfect antidote to hot weather, long days at work, and whatever else might ail you. 

Ridge Trail; Amber;

6%; IBU - 60

Our take on an American Amber Ale, this s hopped, malt-forward amber colored ale with a slightly bitter finish could have been a favorite of the early settlers traversing the Scioto Trail as they passed through the area known as Wolf’s Ridge.   

We are happy to take reservations; however, we always keep a portion of our tables available for our neighbors, wanderers, and those of you who prefer to live spontaneously. 

Gift certificates are available for purchase here

Call (614) 429-3936 to reserve a table for you and your friends.

Find a Table

Please note that in order to ensure each of our guests experiences the good, fun time WRB strives to provide, we limit parties to a maximum of 12 on Friday and Saturday evenings.

We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for understanding.