• On Tap

    • On Deck

      Hard Seltzer


      Cookie Dough Blonde Stout

    • Beer to-go

      Blue Monkey beer now in cans

      Availability and selection is limited

      Growler fills available

      Outside fills welcome or purchase a new growler in the taproom

    • Also serving

      Michael Angelo's Wine

    • Now serving bourbon

      Hand picked, limited, rotating selections


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    • Bring Your Own or

      Have Local Food Delivered

      Our brewery is BYOF (bring your own food)! Feel free to bring a snack or order a pizza from a local restaurant while you're hanging in the taproom.

    • Events:

      4/29 - Cut and Toast 1 Cigar Truck - 5pm-9pm

      4/30 - The Wicked Lobstah's Food Truck - 11am-7pm

      5/1 - SmashTime Food Truck - 4pm-8pm

      5/5 - Cinco de Mayo Party - Fresh Pantry Food Truck - 4pm-8pm

      5/7 - Live Music - Dougie Manross - 6pm-9pm

      5/8 - Barrios Food Truck - 3pm-8pm

      5/14 - Live Music - Island Doctor - 6pm-9pm

      5/15 - The Fresh Pantry Food Truck - 4pm-8pm

      5/21 - Live Music - Furious George Hartwig - 6pm-9pm

      5/28 - Live Music - Ohio Honey - 6pm-9pm



    • Our Story

      Blue Monkey Brewing Co. at 5540 Wallings Rd.

      A family from North Royalton with a passion for beer and the community, came together with the hope of bringing the two together. Growing up in N.R. brothers Ryan and Rick Sacha along with cousin Jimmy MacKay felt their hometown needed a new spot to get away, spend time with friends and family and of course enjoy delicious beer. A place for the community to enjoy good music, play games, interact with each other or just unwind!! Why not North Royalton's first Brewery?!?!

      A little history...In 1811 the first settlers moved to what would become North Royalton. Knight Sprague and his brother David were among the first settlers here hailing from Royalton, Vt. They offered up the hearty helping of liquor if this new community could be named after their hometown. But Sprague would go on to really earn those naming rights, building the city’s first town hall on the Village Green, today’s City Green, in 1827.

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