WESTLAKE, Ohio – Black Field Brewing Co. is formally closed and its contents are up for public sale.
The brewery made beer but in addition bought wine-making and residential-brew kits and gear. The public sale – by way of Max Asset Liquidation – begins to shut at four:05 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, stated auctioneer John Froelich.
“The wine individuals comprehend it as Dover Winery, the beer individuals know him (proprietor Jerome Welliver) as Black Field Brewing,” Froelich stated.
Froelich stated the web public sale will shut 10 gadgets a minute, which ought to take “4 or 5 hours to shut every thing.”
The massive brewing gear like mash tuns have been bought to different breweries, Froelich stated,
however many different gadgets can be found.
“The cabinets are stocked,” he stated. “We have got $112 wine kits promoting for 20 bucks.” Beer kits, grains, kettles and luggage of one hundred bottle caps are among the many 1,seven hundred gadgets on the market.
Froelich stated they’ve $12,000 in gross sales already with simply greater than two days to go. Virtually one hundred individuals have registered as bidders.
A voicemail response Monday at Black Field says partially: “We’re closed, I imply closed completely. I’m retired.”
The Detroit Street brewery, which Froelich stated has been closed a couple of weeks, operated for greater than 20 years. Black Field beers would seem at festivals and had some restricted distribution.
In April 2013, a cnbc.com weblog featured Black Field’s Cleveland’s Personal Christmas Ale in a March Insanity-fashion label contest. Its label included a picture of the leg lamp from the film “A Christmas Story.”
The brewery’s Abbey Ale was one in every of three beers honored throughout judging on the Artwork and Ale tasting at Akron Artwork Museum in 2014.
Its brewer for a number of years was Mike Pelechaty, who’s now the brewer at Masthead Brewing Co. in downtown Cleveland.