Stainless steel conditioned American Sour ale brewed with coriander and sea salt.
In 2005, Art (Andrew Arthur Oestrike) purchased O’Hooley’s. Shortly before this new venture, his mother, Jackie Oestrike, was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer. Jackie passed away in June of 2006, but not before her son let her know he had plans to change the name “O’Hooley’s” to “Jackie O’s” in her honor. Her reaction was a classic motherly reaction, “a bar?!” Art’s reply, “it’s going to be so much more than a f*@%ing bar, mom!” has been what continues to inspire and grow the business to this day.
Art met Brad Clark in 2005 over one of Brad’s home brewed beers and thus a seed was planted. The idea to purchase O’Hooley’s Irish Pub, a 90’s era brewpub where Brad had previously worked, seemed like the ideal way to begin their beer brewing journey together.
The only thing more renowned than our beer is our commitment to creating sustainable communities by partnering with Ohio farmers, artists, businesses, and other community outreach organizations. From spent grain in our baked goods, to solar power generated on-site at the brewery, to solid jobs for great people, Jackie O’s is dedicated to making a quality product in an environmentally sound way.