Cincinnati is a beer town

SmartAsset, a personal finance tech company, named Cincinnati as the fourth-best city in the nation for beer drinkers.
The study notes Cincinnati?s 15 microbreweries, and raises a glass to Rhinegeist and MadTree in particular.
SmartAsset writes, ?Given that craft beers and breweries can be expensive, it?s a bonus to beer lovers in Cincinnati that there are plenty of drinking alternatives. Cincinnati has 24 bars per 100,000 residents and with the average pint costing $3, beer lovers of all types should find something suitable.?
Cincinnati ranks fourth behind Asheville, North Carolina; Portland, Maine; and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Columbus, Ohio, is also an oasis for beer lovers, the study notes, coming in at No. 6 on the list.

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