Not so high up in the Ohio woods—22 feet, to be exact—sits a remarkable little treehouse. To the unknowing outsider, it’s a children’s playhouse; in reality, this lovely red-and-white establishment is home to a “fully functional craft brewing system and a stool-lined bar,” writes Foodbeast.

It’s called the Tree House Brewing Company (not to be confused with the original Tree House Brewing Co. out of Monson, MA), and according to its website, it was originally built for the Animal Planet/Discovery Channel Show Tree House Masters. Apparently, it’s also open for overnight lodging for two guests—reservations can be made here.
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3Here’s some more stuff we loved from today:

Wylie Dufresne’s unwavering vision turned wd~50 into a vital New York restaurant. [Grub Street]

Watch Jim Carrey make a burger with fake arms on Fallon. [Eater]

Five companies that may drive food trucks into the ground. [Huffington Post]

Wines for every burger, from veggie to lamb. [F&W]