CINCINNATI -- One of Cincinnati’s newest breweries is getting a little love from a national publication.
The Elm Street brewery came in at No. 7 on the website’s list.
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However, the ranking isn’t the only reason for Rhinegeist to celebrate. The brewers just started canning their “Cougar” blonde ale and “Truth” IPA.
According to the brewery’s Facebook page , the six-packs will be available at:
- Jungle Jim's - Eastgate & Fairfield
- Whole Foods - Rookwood & Mason
- Remke - OH stores
- The Lackman
- Market Wines
- Neon's Famous Unplugged
- Cappy's - Loveland
- Country Fresh Market
- Wine World
- Dilly Deli
- Jeff Ruby's
- Carlo & Jonny's
More locations will be added as production allows, the brewers said.
The addition of the six-packs was made possible by a recent expansion at the brewery. In December, Rhinegeist announced that it had added two 80 bbl fermenters allowing them to brew up to 8,000 barrels per year.
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