|Headquarters||North Ridgeville, Ohio
|<2,500 barrels (<290,000 liters)|
The Brew Keeper is a brewery in North Ridgeville, Ohio, USA.  It opened in 1997 in Bedford Heights, Ohio  as a Brew-On-Premise (BOP) brewery, later adding taps and a restaurant after it moved to North Ridgeville, Ohio in 2007.
Products and microbrewery
As a microbrewery, The Brew Keeper uses the name Mad Brewer to denote their beer sold outside their facility in other drinking establishments and retail outlets. Their beers are mostly high-gravity, some reaching as high as 12% alcohol by volume which is the legal limit for the definition of beer in Ohio  (typical beers have around 3% to 8% alcohol by volume). The Brewkeeper is closed for business other than finishing the last batches of bottling as of 8/1/2010.
- "The Brew Keeper". Cleveland Magazine. December 2008. Retrieved 2009-03-20.
- "June/July 2006 Column". Ohio Brewing News. 2006-06-01. Retrieved 2009-03-20.
the original home of the Brew Keeper since 1997.
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- "Ohio governor signs bill allowing high-alcohol beer sales". BNET Business Network. Modern Brewery Age. 2002-07-22. Retrieved 2009-03-20.