Our Collision Bend Euclid facility is not only our hub for production but also provides a unique space for beer enthusiasts and guests to gather. Featuring a 30-barrel system, the new production facility promises an enhanced brewing capacity, ensuring steady flow of Collision Beers in both tap rooms, and increased distribution around Ohio.
In addition to the selection of craft beers, we have an impressive menu that offers something for everyone. Expect great pub fare and a lot of shareables. Our Euclid Taproom is here for you to relax, socialize, and indulge in the variety of beers on tap and amazing food. Come down with your family, meet your friends, or grab a drink after work. We’re excited to raise a glass, and cheers to joining the Euclid community
Tues- Thurs: 11:30am-Close (9pm kitchen close)
Fri- Sat: 11:30am-Close (10pm kitchen close)
We plan to adjust opening hours as staffing permits.
Collision Bend Brewing Team
Top: Mark Norris, Ben Northeim | Middle: Phil McCarthy, Marisa Ellis | Bottom: Rory Schecter, Luke PurcellCollision Bend Brewing Company
Rory developed a love and passion for beer after trying a variety of original brews while visiting family in England. Once he arrived home, Rory became inspired to start home brewing and quickly immersed himself in the culture and craft of the brewing industry. Rory began his career in the industry in 2016, where he first started on the bottling line at The Brew Kettle, and soon worked his way up to brewer. From there, he went to Platform Beer Co became the R+D and Innovation brewer, helping design all new products destined for market as well as in house one-offs. Rory joined Collision Bend in May of 2023 and started brewing at the flagship location during the buildout of the main production facility in Euclid.
Luke began home brewing in 1984 and fell in love with the process. Shortly after, he was introduced to Andy Tveekrem at Great Lakes Brewing Company. In 1996, Luke joined the GLBC team, where he brewed for 21 years and made many additions to their lineup, including the popular seasonal Alberta Clipper Raspberry Porter. He helped introduce the barrel-aging process to GLBC with their Blackout Stout, which debuted in 2004. Luke moved to Collision Bend Brewing Company in The Flats in 2017, where he brews what have become local craft beer staples. Luke is a graduate of The Siebel Institute of Technology of Chicago and Doemens Academy in Munich, Germany.