Earlier this week, when the temperatures soared into the mid-90s, Dayton-area craft-beer drinkers in search of relief in the form of microbrews appropriate to the season encountered instead a wall of heavier, darker, higher-alcohol autumn beers stacked on display at their local retailers.
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