Market Garden Brewery, Ohio’s latest microbrewery, opened its doors this past Monday to the public and beer enthusiasts throughout the state. With plans to open dating back nearly a year, the much buzzed about brewery finally made its debut in Cleveland’s Ohio City this week. Co-owner Sam McNulty is no stranger to the craft beer industry. McNulty currently runs The Bier Markt (a Belgian beer house), Bar Cento (an Italian restaurant) and Speakeasy (a culinary cocktail bar) all situated in Ohio City. For Market Garden Brewery, he teamed up with brewmaster Andy Tveekrem, who previously had not only worked for Cleveland’s famed Great Lakes Brewing Company but also craft beer legends Dogfish Head. Among the Market Garden’s beers that will make their way on and off the drafts are: Market Centennial IPA, Progress Pilsner, Cluster Fuggle India Pale Ale, Old School American Lager, Test Market Ale, Standard Scotch Ale, Urban Garden Saison, Boss Amber Lager, Funeral Beer, St. Emeric Stout, Anniversary Ale, Forest City Brown Ale and Viking Pale Ale. As with most brewpubs, Market Garden Brewery offers growlers, a selection of guest beers from Ohio-based companies (Great Lakes, Buckeye, Fat Head’s, Lagerheads, Thirty Dog, The Brew Kettle and Rockmill) and a nice array of appetizers and entrees. Market Garden Brewery hours of operation are as follows: Mon-Thurs: 4 p.m. – 2:30 a.m., Fri-Sat: 11 a.m. – 2:30 a.m. and Sun: 10 a.m. – 2:30 a.m.