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Ales are easier and faster than lagers.
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Rivertown's helles and dunkel and both pretty good and 50 West has a decent pilsner.
But overall, I'd agree that given the German background of the area that there aren't more German style beers on the market locally. As someone said, ales are easier and quicker and it seems that they're also easier to "fancy"-up as so many craft beer manufacturers are wont to do (All the IPAs, Chickow, wheat, fruit, etc). Although I do loves me some Chickow.
When all is said and done more is said than done.
I am not a huge fan of Bock beers, some I like, others I don't. I really enjoy Helles, Lagers, Pilsners, I do like lighter ales. Rivertown Helles is one of the better light beers in this area. Its ironic that Moerline emphasizes lagers because I really don't care for their beer.
I enjoy the seasonal summer beers that come out. I dislike wheat beer but can stand an "American Wheat" beer. More along the lines of Anchor Steam Summer Beer and Bells Oberon.
You are correct that Boston Lager is brewed in Cincinnati. They also make all of their cider here.
What if this wasn't a rhetorical question?
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