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Kanpai combined traditional Japanese sake brewing methods with beer ingredients to create a product that's unique to London.
- Union Craft Brewing Company
The Baltimore brewery's schwarzbier is jam-packed with roasty, chocolatey rich goodness while still being super-light and crushable.
- Wild Heaven Craft Beers
Emergency Drinking Beer, a pilsner-meets-gose from Georgia-based Wild Heaven, is here to save the day.
- Meadowlark Brewing
The maple flavor of Fungus Shui so strong that I want to pour this beer over pancakes. Yet there isn’t a single drop of maple in this beer.
- Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
Although the California brewery had success with haze, its true calling has always been the piney West Coast IPA.
- New Belgium Brewing Company
The sour brown ale drinks like a whale, but can be readily found in your local beer aisle.
- Milwaukee Brewing Co.
It’s a beer so simply excellent that it barely requires elaboration beyond that.
- Crooked Stave Artisan Brewing Project
The Denver-based brewery, better known for its wild ales, has produced a standout.
- St. James Gate
This nearly 300-year-old beer is quaffable year-round, drinkable at nearly any temperature, and light enough to enjoy more than one pint.
A remote location and complex alcohol laws were just the beginning of Nunavut Brewing Company’s struggle to open.
"We just want people who are normal to drink better beer," one Lisbon brewer says. "We brew beers especially for those people."
The Roughrider State is home to 19 breweries—20 if you count the one located on a private ranch.