Q&A: Meet the fellas behind Franklinton’s Land Grant Brewing

Land Grant Brewing Company (424 W. Town St.) owner Adam Benner and creative director Walt Keys finally have a date to circle on the calendar. After two and a half years, a Kickstarter campaign and some real estate hurdles, Land Grant Brewing will welcome beer enthusiasts for a grand opening on Oct. 18. What started out in a small carriage-house apartment in Chicago, has grown into a 12,000-square-feet brewery and tasting room in Franklinton, making Land Grant the latest addition to the enclave, as well as the Columbus brewing community.
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