Cleveland: Lost beer recipe makes its way to city

10:01 PM, May 14, 2012   |    comments
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CLEVELAND -- MillerCoors is releasing a new beer in Ohio this month. The beer is made using a recipe that's 91 years old, dating back before Prohibition.

The beer, called "Batch 19 Pre-Prohibition Style Lager," will only be available at select locations.

The company says it discovered the recipe in the Coors brewery archives. It's such a big deal because most beer recipes were lost when prohibition started in 1919.

You can get the Batch 19 at these locations:

Midtown Booths
ParkView Nite Club
Speakeasy at Bier Markt
Major Hoopples River Bed Café
The Lincoln Park Pub
The 1899 Pub
Becky's Bar & Grill
ABC the Tavern
The Greenville Inn
Riverwood Café
Eastland Inn
Kenilworth Tavern
Tradesman Tavern
Cedar Lee Pub and Grill
The Wild Goose
Pickles and Pints


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