Battle of the Beers 2013: Local brewers face off for 'Best beer in Cincinnati' title

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BLUE ASH, Ohio – Wondering which local beer is best?
At this Sunday’s Battle of the Beers event in Blue Ash, 35 local draft
beers will go head to head for the title of “Best beer in Cincinnati”
and it’s up to you to decide.
The free event will be held at Firehouse Grill from 12-8 p.m. There,
representative from 12 local breweries will share the stories of how
they got started and reveal their latest brews.
“It’s the ultimate tap takeover,” event organizer Daniel Shatto said
in a release. “All 35 taps at the Firehouse Grill will feature local
Draft prices start at $2.50 and beer can be taken home in growlers.
Voting for the best beer closes at 5 p.m.
Live music by the Turkeys runs from 2-6 p.m. Firehouse Grill is
located at 4785 Lake Forest Drive.
These beers on draft will be:
Serpetine Wheat-nitro
Jungle Honey Pale Ale
Peanut Butter Porter
Brother Clement Belgian Wheat
Blank Slate
Lesser Path White IPA
Out and About Wheat
Shroominous Brown Ale
Gnarly Brown
Happy Amber
Pleasant Wheat
Christian Moerlein
Moerlein Seasonal
Northern Liberties IPA
Sabertooth Tiger Imperial IPA
Mt Carmel
Nut Brown
Harvest Ale
Sabertooth Tiger Imperial IPA
Cougar Golden Ale
Double Barrel Brewery
Addlehead IPA
Bad Tom Brown Ale
Cellar Dweller
Copperhead Pale Ale
Shawsome Black IPA
Dead Dweller English Bitter
50 West
Penny’s Pilsner
Thirty-37 Pale Ale
Gunnison Black IPA
Quaff Brothers
One Selection TBA

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