3-years ago Bryan Roth from This Is Why I’m Drunk reached out to local bloggers across the country to each build a 6-pack that represents their state. You can read that list here. About a year before that post I wrote another article on the Cincinnati Six-Pack.
Both of those lists are now hilariously out of date. The best example of this is that Rhinegeist isn’t on either list as they weren’t open yet. I initially sat down to write an update for Ohio’s part in the Six-Pack Project but remembered the difficulty in narrowing an entire state down into six beers. So, I decided to settle down to just a Cincinnati Six-pack, plus a few from Dayton. I also reached out to Pat at Pat’s Pints in Columbus and Rick Armon at The Ohio Beer Blog in Akron/Cleveland. They’ll both be doing similar posts covering their parts of Ohio in the next few weeks.
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Brewery: Abita Brewing Co.
Beer: Strawberry Harvest Lager
Style: Fruit / Vegetable Beer
Alcohol by volume: 4.2%
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Following the amazing success of their Lambic, Rivertown Brewing Company will be releasing “Ojos Negros”, a fruit sour ale. This will be one to watch for. I don’t have much more concerning it now, but when we do, we’ll be sure to keep you updated!
Edit: While we’re at it, the label for this year’s Rivertown Lambic was approved. See below!
(H/T to Beer Pulse)
To my surprise I found a Magic Hat Spring Fever variety 12-pack at my local Kroger store. Having heard of Magic Hat but having never tried any of there beers before I was quite excited at the find. What follows is my opinions regarding the 4 brews included in this variety pack: the #9, Vinyl, Demo, and +/-.
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