Unfortunately, there is no WKRP in Cincinnati museum, landmark or point of interest in Ohio’s second city (or third or fourth depending on who you asked). So if you found your Cincinnati-style chili, then beer is always a good alternative.
Rhinegeist Brewery was going to be my destination because I’ve heard of them, but a few of my beer travelers I met along the way that I was mad to not visit MadTree. Thus, I made it my second stop while passing through.
My first impression was that the place was huuuuuuuuuge. I didn’t even go outside. When I did, I was like, dammmmmnnnn, you people got space. So you won’t have trouble finding a place to enjoy your beer.
The five-year old brewery is quickly just as popular as Cleveland’s Great Lakes or Akron’s Hoppin’ Frog as the go-to beer for locals. MadTree has amazing array of beer selections.
That’s why I had to get two flights and a couple of six-packs to go to be all in of MadTree.
Even though they had a full food menu, I stuck to the beer:
- Axis Mundi Russian Imperial Stout
- Basic Batch Golden Belgian Blonde
- Shade Gose
- Happy Amber Red Ale
- Cuppa Coffee English Mild
- I’m On An Oat!!! Oatmeal Stout
- PSA (Proper Session Ale)
- Lift Kolsch