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 Top 50 US Craft Breweries

The Brewers Association (BA) released its annual ranking of the Top 50 U.S. Craft Brewing Companies Wednesday, saying the breweries on the list are “providing optimism” in a “dynamic time for the brewing community.” More than 5,200 breweries are operating in the U.S. right now, ...
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10 Breweries With Bang-Up Barrel Blending Programs

Blending beers combines different batches of sour beers to create not only interesting and nuanced flavors, but to ensure that the sourness of each beer is on point. The beers typically rest in oak barrels held in brewers’ cellars for months—or even year—before they’re brought ...
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10 Must-Visit Beer Stops in Jacksonville Beach

While Florida’s Cigar City Brewing and Funky Buddha Brewery are names most beer lovers will know across the country, their explosive growth rate has caught the attention of a new crop of craft brewery start-ups . While a large portion of that growth revolves around ...
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8 Arizona Breweries You’ll Want to Explore

  Beer enthusiasts around the Grand Canyon state would agree that over the last half decade, Arizona breweries have grown exponentially. Phoenix and Tucson, in particular, have exploded their numbers of craft breweries, as Arizona residents have fallen hard for beer from small and independent ...
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À la Fût: Quebec’s Cowboy Brewers

  There is the potential for a Western-themed brewery, where saddles are used as bar stools and the workers call each other cowboy, to be hokey. Add the fact that the brewery is located in the French-speaking Canadian province of Quebec, and it might seem ...
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An Interview With Saint Benjamin Brewing

  Succeeding in a big beer city like Philadelphia can’t be easy. This is a town that sits alongside Portland, San Diego, and Asheville as one of the great beer Meccas in the United States, after all. While that means it’s packed with beer lovers, ...
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Beercation: “Brew” Central New York

100 years in the past, the hills of central New York—from Syracuse to Cooperstown and past—had been lined in hops farms. For a big time within the American historical past of brewing, it was the place to develop the bines that produce these bitter little ...
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Beercation: Seattle

“It’s like household, however with higher beer!” The person on the bar laughs as he tosses me a solution to my query, “Why do you come right here daily?” His standing as an everyday was cemented when Geaux Brewing moved in down the road and ...
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Big in Japan: Stouts in the Land of the Rising Sun

There’s no doubt about it: Stouts are huge in Japan. At the World Beer Cup in Philadelphia earlier this year, Japanese breweries claimed seven medals for the style, including two golds. “They are getting more recognition, it seems like,” says Hiroyuki Fujiwara, a beer judge ...
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Birmingham, Alabama

  Birmingham takes its history as seriously as it takes its beer. For example, Trim Tab Brewing Co. created the seasonal Pale Ale Rescue Ship to honor the self-proclaimed Batman of Birmingham, Willie Perry. A citizen hero known for his acts of kindness in the ...
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Boise Beer Travel: The Quiet Ascent of a Rich Beer Culture

  It’s been said that if Portland, Oregon, and Bend, Oregon, had a baby, it would be Boise, Idaho. There’s merit to this claim. Boise residents are an outdoor-loving lot. The area’s warm, dry climate is conducive to exploring nearly 200 miles of hiking and ...
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Breakout Brewer: El Segundo Brewing

In a sleepy beach town less than twenty miles from downtown Los Angeles, a five-year-old craft brewery is on a mission to change how people see—and taste—hoppy beer. El Segundo Brewing Company has quickly evolved from a favorite of local beer geeks to a destination ...
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