Golf, beer, restaurants, Great Lakes Brewing and patio life: WTAM 5-minute food-drinks chat

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Our 5-minute food-drink chat with Bill Wills of WTAM covers a lot of ground this week, from a beer to support Cleveland Metroparks golf to patio life in Northeast Ohio, Great Lakes Barrel Aged Blackout Stout sales, and the cautious approach that restaurants are taking.

Golf + beer: Market Garden Brewery, Cleveland Metroparks collaborate

Market Garden Brewery and Cleveland Metroparks have collaborated on Pin High Pilsner to benefit golf education:

About the Market Garden Brewery-Metroparks collaboration

Great Lakes Brewing sets time slots to buy Barrel Aged Blackout Stout

Great Lakes Brewing Co. is trying something new with the release of its Barrel Aged Blackout Stout, offering reservations for time slots for folks to buy the ale to keep with social-distancing measures. They are going fast:

About Barrel Aged Blackout Stout time slots

Restaurants take cautious approach

Several restaurants in Cleveland are taking a specific, cautious approach in their re-opening plans for inside dining. Here’s a look at what is in the works and what customers will expect:

About restaurants being cautious

A guide to patios

As the weather warms, many of us have been jonesing to get outside. Outdoor dining recently was allowed to reopen in the state. We’ve been compiling a guide to restaurants with patios that have re-opened across Northeast Ohio:

About patio dining

Cheers, bon appetit, and stay safe!

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