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Rhinegeist Saber Tooth Tiger Beer

The brewing history in our hometown of Cincinnati goes way back. Combine that history with our current beer soaked culture and some special things can happen. Rhinegeist Brewing is one of the newest additions to a growing craft scene in Cincy, and their newest creation is called Saber Tooth Tiger ($15). The double IPA hits with a full bouquet of citrusy hop aroma after it pours an inviting amber colored nectar. It's a smooth criminal taste wise, with plenty of flavor and just enough Saber Tooth hop bite that finishes crisp and clean. But don't be fooled, at 95 IBU, this is a palate wrecker that will have your tongue tingling after a session. Hunt down a growler before it goes the way of the Saber Tooth Tiger.

  • Oxbow Barrel Aged Farmhouse Pale Ale

    One of the trends worth following right now in the craft beer world is the abundance of Saisons and Farmhouse Ales. These styles of beer are brewed during the winter and by the time the summer months hit, are ready for consumption. Oxbow Brewing in Newcastle, Maine, who make "Loud Beer From A Quiet Place", also brews one of the best Farmhouse ales around, fermented in stainless steel and aged in oak barrels. The Barrel Aged Farmhouse Pale Ale ($15) is light, refreshing with just a hint of spice and tartness. Each batch is aged in a different kind of barrel with a slightly different recipe, but if you aren't near the brewery or in the surrounding region, it's going to be difficult to find.

  • Zombie Dust Beer

    Zombies are all the rage nowadays (we were here before they were cool), but no TV show, movie, or video game compares to this zombie from Indiana. We're talking about Zombie Dust ($10), a beer made in Munster, Indiana, at Three Floyds Brewing. And to say it's the finest Pale Ale on the planet would be doing it a disservice. While it's classified as a Pale Ale, to most palates it has much more in common with a ridiculously tasty IPA. The tropical fruit aromas you can't miss are from the generous amount of Citra hops the beer was brewed with. The same hops provide a subtle but effective bite after you tip back your sample. So even if zombie culture isn't your thing, Zombie Dust could convince you otherwise.