Lager is top search choice for beer in Ohio – News – The Columbus Dispatch

College football fans in Ohio and that state up north have something to hoist a pint over, their love of lager.

People in Ohio and Michigan, when they turn to Google to search for beer styles, are most often looking for lager, according to Lager is Ohio’s go-to, but in Virginia, saison is the thing. Californians, surrounded by brewers wedded to hops, look for pale ale more often than not. sifted through reams of data via Google Trends to provide the most-searched beer styles and breweries from each of the 50 states and Washington, D.C. Craft breweries are the most-popular search term everywhere but Missouri, the home of Anheuser-Busch, which took home the title.

The most-searched brewery in Ohio? It’s right here in central Ohio, Columbus Brewing Co. While that is the biggest local craft brewery, it is much smaller than Cleveland’s Great Lakes Brewing Co. Great Lakes has wide distribution throughout the Midwest and Atlantic states, which might cut into its share of searches in Ohio. Columbus Brewing Co. only distributes in the state, and mostly in central and northeast Ohio.

One brewery topped the list in two places. Victory Brewing Co. came out on top in its home state of Pennsylvania, but also as the most-searched brewery in Washington, D.C. Otherwise, states stuck to their own.

Kentucky googled Braxton Brewing the most. Braxton is known for collaborations with Graeter’s Ice Cream that mimic some of Graeter’s flavors, like a black raspberry chocolate chip stout. Michigan residents looked for Founders Brewing Co. Indiana was on the hunt for Upland Brewing Co., a Bloomington-based brewer with several brewpubs in central Indiana. New York stuck with Brooklyn Brewing Co. California, which has an embarrassment to choose from, hoisted one for Stone Brewing Co.

As for Ohio’s most-searched style, lager, well, the state isn’t alone. Michigan, Pennsylvania,…

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