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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Moerlein to tap Christkindl Winter Warmer Ale - 11/13

Christian Moerlein in combination with the German-American Citizens League of Greater Cincinnati will be celebrating the coming of the winter season with the annual keg tapping of Christian Moerlein's Christkindl Winter Warmer Ale (my favorite of the Moerlein bunch). Christian Moerlein owner Greg Hardman says that the Christkindl Winter Warmer Ale is inspired by the German spirit of holiday gift-giving.

The German connections of this event are strong as the Cincinnati Central Turnverein is Cincinnati's oldest German-American society and was originally founded back in 1848 in historic Over-the-Rhine where Christian Moerlein once called home.

"What better place to enjoy Moerlein's Christkindl Ale then at the Cincinnati Central Turnverein," said Don Heinrich Tolzmann, president, German-American Citizens League.

As for the beer, Christian Moerlein describes Christkindl as a large malt-bodied, Winter Warmer Ale with the essence of chocolate sweetness, subtle spice flavors, and a balanced hop finish. I personally love the spice flavors that come through and make for a perfect winter ale. The beer will be available all over town in six packs, draft, and in Moerlein's Discovery Pack.

The ceremony will be held this Friday, November 13 at the Cincinnati Central Turners Club House (map) from 4pm to 12am with the first tapping at 7pm. All proceeds will go to benefit the German-American Citizens League and the Cincinnati Central Turners. Admission is free and open to the public; free parking is available.


Unknown said...

"What better place to enjoy" it? How about some place that isn't going to involve a hefty hike on multiple freeways?

Randy Simes said...

I don't disagree, but I think that Christian Moerlein is looking to reach out to a larger audience than the OTR crowd alone. They do a lot of stuff there so I'm cool with it, plus these suburban events always have a historical and/or German connection.

Unknown said...

I know, I know...I just like to grumble

Leiflet said...

I have to agree with Casey... a beer opening out past the 275 seems like it shouldn't qualify for "Urban" Cincy. Maybe Suburban Cincy!

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