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Cincinnati breweries join forces to build community through charitable givingRead Article

Cincinnati's craft brewery scene is keeping pace with the explosive national trend, but collaboration, community building and collective generosity might be what set our beer brands apart from other cities.

Oakley Cycles moving to Mariemont, rebranding as Fifty West Cycling CompanyRead Article

Oakley Cycles will move to Mariemont Crossing in January to connect with the Little Miami Scenic Trail as part of Fifty West Brewing's expansion plans.
Fifty West Brewing hosts its craft beer festival north of Mariemont Cincinnati's Neighborhood Summit was held March 7 at Xavier University
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Just east of Cincinnati, Mariemont was created as one of the first planned communities in the United States. As soon as you cross into the quaint village's borders, you know you're somewhere special. Gorgeous tree-lined streets shelter Tudor-style homes as if an English country village has come to life. The heart of the neighborhood, Mariemount Square, features the historic Mariemont Inn, as well as one of the first Graeter’s ice cream stores and the artsy Mariemont movie theatre. Nestled within the the square sits a treasure trove of unique gift shops, specialty stores and restaurants, including The Quarter Bistro and dilly cafe, which also houses one of the area's finest wine shops. If you have more of a beer bent, Fifty West Brewing company — part of Cincinnati's fast-growing craft brew scene — can help quench your thirst.
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