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DogHouse hotel latest addition to Columbus beer scene

The taproom at BrewDog’s 42-acre complex has a full menu serving dishes like chili chorizo pizza and cauliflower wings.  ( Terri Colby/for the Chicago Tribune )
At Craft & Vinyl, indulge your passions for craft beer while checking out vinyl LPs, or maybe even book some studio time.  ( Terri Colby/for the Chicago Tribune )
Huge wooden foeders are used for aging sour beers at BrewDog.  ( Terri Colby/for the Chicago Tribune )
Some Columbus breweries have taprooms that serve food, but others, like Land-Grant Brewing Co., collaborate with popular food trucks like Ray Ray’s.  ( Terri Colby/for the Chicago Tribune )
DogHouse hotel’s lobby feels more like a bar than a lobby, and that’s the point.  ( Terri Colby/for the Chicago Tribune )
Matthew Barbee, who opened Rockmill Brewery in 2010, says he built his brewery on saison, a beer style developed in the Middle Ages in the French-speaking Wallonia region of Belgium.  ( Terri Colby/for the Chicago Tribune )
A couple sample the wares in the expansive outdoor space at BrewDog’s 42-acre complex outside of Columbus, Ohio.  ( Terri Colby/for the Chicago Tribune )
The sea scallops with pureed peas are on the menu at the dining room of Wolf’s Ridge Brewing.  ( Terri Colby/for the Chicago Tribune )
The DogHouse has refrigerators in the hotel bathrooms in case you want a cold brew while taking a shower.  ( Terri Colby/for the Chicago Tribune )
Glenn Avenue Soap Co. crafted the personal care products for the DogHouse hotel, but it also sells beer soaps made from other local brews.  ( Terri Colby/for the Chicago Tribune )
At the DogHouse hotel, rooms overlook the sour beer facility. This suite has a view through an overhead garage door in the sitting area, but other rooms have large windows facing the hallways that open to the sour facility below.  ( Terri Colby/for the Chicago Tribune )
Wolf’s Ridge is one of several Columbus breweries that put a heavy emphasis on the food served in its dining room and taproom.  ( Terri Colby/for the Chicago Tribune )
The BrewDog Beer Museum is a 6,000-square-foot ode to the brewing process, beer’s long history, and BrewDog’s place in that narrative.  ( BrewDog )
DogHouse hotel is a part of BrewDog’s 42-acre Ohio complex, about 15 miles southeast of downtown Columbus.  ( BrewDog )
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