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Old 13-02-2007, 02:27 PM posted to rec.food.drink.beer
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Hi,
I'm looking for personal recommendations for beer bars in Cincinnati,
Cleveland and Columbus please. I've looked at several websites but the
reviews seem a little old, and may not truly reflect the beer/bar quality
today. Brewpubs I've no problem with. It's the beer bars with a good range
on tap that I'm after.

Where do the locals drink in these cities? I'll be staying in hotels
downtown, and using public transport, so bars close to bus/metro routes. No
website links please, just good honest advice for a serious British beer
drinker.

Thanks,
Lee, Derby UK.



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.... just good honest advice for a serious British beer drinker.

British? Then I'm afraid you're going to be disappointed.

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vincent p. norris wrote:
.... just good honest advice for a serious British beer drinker.


British? Then I'm afraid you're going to be disappointed.


Great Lakes in Cleveland is a terrific brewery. Look for craft beers in Ohio and
you won't be disappointed.

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In Columbus there is an area near downtown called Germantown, and
there are some micros there. I would agree with Great Lakes in
Cleveland, and if you can, visit the Westside Market for some
Cleveland flavor. Cincinnati is a German town, and I went to a micro
south of the city, but you probably cannot get there on a bus. While
in Cincinnati you need to eat goetta. Also, Cincinnati is famous for
its' chili. I remember reading that Cincinnati for its size has more
excellent restaurants than San Francisco. It could have been in triple
A.

Tom

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vincent p. norris wrote:
.... just good honest advice for a serious British beer drinker.


British? Then I'm afraid you're going to be disappointed.

vince norris



It wasn't clear to me whether that should be read as a drinker of
British beer, or a British drinker of beer. Or perhaps even a British
drinker of British beer--the OP is from the UK, after all.

And then what about "serious"? :-|

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