Here are some interesting beer stories:
-- National Geographic Traveler magazine reports on Cincinnati and mentions some of the community's beer attractions. “There’s no way this could happen in California—it’s too expensive,” Rhinegeist Brewery co-owner Bryant Goulding tells the author during a tour. “But Cincinnati makes dreams come true.” To read the full story, click here.
-- The Artfulpint.com reports that Franklin Brewing Co., a nano operation near Elyria, plans to release its beer in 22-ounce bottles. To read the full report, click here.
-- MillerCoors reports that its Miller64 will become the first U.S. beer to feature new, more detailed voluntary nutritional labeling permitted by the federal government. Gannon Jones, vice president of brand marketing at MillerCoors. "Adding the new nutritional label will provide the kind of detail that will give consumers one more reason to reach for a Miller64 when they want to enjoy a beer that fits their way of life," MillerCoors Vice President of Brand Marketing said in a prepared statement. To read the full news release, click here.