<p>In Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, craft brewers have resurrected old malt houses, cellars, and even pre-Prohibition brand Christian Moerlein.</p> <p>Read "<a href="http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/city-guides/cincinnati-traveler/">Cincinnati Chill</a>" from the April 2014 issue of <i>National Geographic Traveler </i>(<a href="https://secure.customersvc.com/servlet/Show?WESPAGE=OrderPages/tr/1304/order_15A1.jsp&amp;MSRSMAG=TR&amp;EK1=TRAJ">subscribe here</a>).</p>

Bar Scene

In Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, craft brewers have resurrected old malt houses, cellars, and even pre-Prohibition brand Christian Moerlein.

Read "Cincinnati Chill" from the April 2014 issue of National Geographic Traveler (subscribe here).

Photograph by Melissa Farlow

Cincinnati, Ohio

Scenes from this midwestern city undergoing an urban revival with new riverfront parks and neighborhood comebacks.

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