The Genesee Brewing Co. in Rochester, N.Y., is bringing back 12 Horse Ale this week in grand style. To mark the occasion, the beer will be delivered Wednesday to bars and restaurants in Rochester by horse and buggy -- just as it was back in 1933. 12 Horse Ale, which will be available in stubby bottles, was killed off by the brewery in 1997 only to be revived in 1999 and then sent off to the glue factory again in 2003 because of poor sales. It's considered by some to be the best beer ever made by Genesee Brewing. The beer will be sold as part of the Genesee Heritage Collection, a case that also features Genesee and Genesee Cream Ale in stubby bottles. The Heritage Collection should be available in Ohio later this month.