COLUMBUS, OH, April 28, 2016 — Commonhouse Ales today announced that they are partnering with Columbus Distributing to distribute their “beer for good” in the Central Ohio market.

“We’re ready to get our beer out to more taps and bottle shops and we know Columbus Distributing is the right partner for us moving forward,” said Lenny Kolada, founder of Commonhouse Ales.

Kolada is one of Ohio’s craft beer pioneers who has built craft breweries in Central Ohio for almost a quarter of a century including Smokehouse Brewing Company. Commonhouse and Smokehouse both share brewer Alex Kolada, and recipes developed at Smokehouse may find their way to Commonhouse for general distribution throughout Central Ohio.

Commonhouse Ales began brewing in 2015 as Ohio’s first Certified B Corporation brewery (B corp status currently pending), marking a commitment to rigorous social and environmental standards. As part of that commitment, Commonhouse set up a community fund through The Columbus Foundation called Commonhouse Shares to support local community nonprofit organizations. $1 from every six-pack of Six.One For Good Ale is added to the fund, from which Commonhouse has granted more than $3,000 to local organizations to date.

Kegs and six packs of the following beers are currently available through Columbus Distributing:
Six.One For Good Ale — Ohio Common Ale, 6.1% ABV
Summer Sesh — Session IPA, 4.6% ABV
Hoptopus — hoppy Pale Wheat, 5.8% ABV 70 IBU
IBU UBME — Imperial IPA, 8.6% ABV 98 IBU

About Commonhouse Ales
Commonhouse Ales invests in our people, community and business. We support the organizations you believe in through Commonhouse Shares and Six.One For Good Ale, a continuous fundraising effort. We are all unique and diverse, but we all have something in common too. And we celebrate that. With beer.