Why we like it: It’s hard to believe that Seventh Son has only been in existence since 2013. They appear to have an elderly spirit, but this is likely due to their extensive involvement in the Columbus community. We like Seventh Son because they brew handcrafted beers with care. Humulus Nimbus is a drink to order. This Seventh Son flagship beer straddles a fine yet ideal line between an IPA and a pale ale. The Strong Pale Ale has 6.0 percent alcohol by volume and is brewed with berry-piney hops and light malts. Seventh Son Brewing Company’s spacious garage-turned-taproom has been restoring the Italian Village, a once-downtrodden part of Columbus, with its youthful vigor through the medium of genuinely delicious craft beer.
The taproom is only one of the brewery’s hangouts; also, check out the front terrace and the permanent food truck parked outside, where substantial gastro-pub classics are served. For a hops-filled experience, try the Humulus Nimbus Super Pale Ale and the American Strong Ale. Another brewery makes a list and is a local favorite in Columbus. Seventh Son Brewing boasts a fantastic beer variety, a pleasant terrace and a lovely rooftop bar. It also offers a food truck schedule on its website so that you can organize your vacation around your favorite foods. Seventh Son is open every day. Seventh Son is a trendy brewery on 4th street, across the street from the almost equally as famous Budd Dairy Food Hall. This brewery has a rustic style and a hipster vibe.
Also, people who love IPAs love Seventh because that’s the specialty, along with a variety of ales. In addition to the classics, they’ve also made a craft hard seltzer called Kitty Paw, and it’s delicious given that it’s made with natural fruit. And remember Antiques on High, mentioned above? That’s the sister company of Seventh Son, and they have food trucks at both as well. So if you appreciate one bar, check out the other! The rooftop of Seventh Son Brewing seems like the coziest rooftop you’ve ever been on. It may not boast panoramic views of the city, but it is full of character. Good vibes abound here, and a night on this roof has my approval. The address for Seventh Son is 1101 N. 4th St. Monday through Thursday, 3:30 p.m. to 12 a.m., Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 12 a.m.