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The Roughrider State is home to 19 breweries—20 if you count the one located on a private ranch.
Two years ago, five breweries decided to turn their neglected neighborhood into a craft beer destination.
From rooftop lagers to 3 a.m. happy hours, the beer never stops flowing in Vegas.
In a state revered for its beer, Traverse City might just be the best getaway for beer lovers in Michigan.
Mazen Hajjar started brewing 961 Beer from his kitchen during the Lebanon War in 2006.
Under the shadow of Grupo Modelo's massive brewery, Zacatecas is home to a thriving craft beer scene—but for the most part, it's Mexicans who visit there.
In Manchester you will find a city that's worth returning to time and again to explore its astoundingly vigorous beer culture.
With deep-pocketed investors and a well-heeled population, Bangalore is an exciting place for the brewer as much as it is for the craft beer lover.
With roughly 20 breweries, the hip, compact, and easily walkable city of Wellington, NZ is inarguably the craft capital of the entire Southern Hemisphere.
So you want to try some of the best of Tokyo's craft beer, ramen and izakayas, but you only have a weekend? We got you.
Why Pisco Sour Berliner weisses and fancy bread are the new calling card of Miami's arts district.
Every turn of the Columbia River Gorge, on the border of Oregon and Washington, brings more natural beauty and even more phenomenal beer.
During the middle of March, Austin, Texas transforms into a playground of music, film, and technology. Unlike most playgrounds, this one has beer.
San Francisco’s cooler, grittier cousin has a dozen breweries within the city limits, with a thirteenth set to open this spring.
You can drink British beer in London, or your can tour the world with American-style hazy IPAs, extra-foamy Czech pilsners, and traditional German lagers.
From LIC to Flushing, here's an unconventional guide to drinking craft beer in some of the vibrant neighborhoods of NYC’s most diverse borough.
One of California's riches beer destinations might just be tucked away 40-odd miles north of San Diego.
Formerly the largest brewery in Texas, Pearl's Brewhouse has slowly transformed into a bustling hub of restaurants, bars, a hotel, and more.
Until about a decade ago, if you were to ask for a beer at any bar in Seville, Cruzcampo would probably be the only option.
Beer meets art in Houston, where local craft breweries are a vital part of the local scene through their decor, label design, and proximity to public art.
The breweries in and around Charm City are playing a big part in downtown Baltimore’s comeback.
When Jordan Gardenhire opened Baja Brewing Company in 2007, there were zero craft breweries in Los Cabos.
The Lithuanian craft beer industry has been reeling from recent laws banning alcohol ads and installing a beer curfew, but Vilnius' beer scene is still booming.
Despite its small size, Switzerland is home to one of the world's most diverse beer landscapes.
The best way to try the craft beers of the Philippines is in Metro Manila's Makati City for a Pob crawl—an island-hopping taste of Filipino food and drink.
When it comes to restaurants, bars and breweries in Detroit, the city is in the middle of a renaissance.
Alaska is a big state filled with even bigger beers, if you know where to look.
As the home of the Great American Beer Festival, the Mile High City has endless ways to enjoy beers.
For any beer connoisseur, a pilgrimage to Pilsner Urquell is less a journey, more an obligatory ritual.
"I don’t want to say wasteland, because it’s not that bad."
Kansas City’s hometown beer paved the way for a local craft beer boom.
As Charlottesville comes to terms with its past and looks toward the future, breweries continue to hold a growing presence in the city’s cultural landscape.
The former epicenter of Philly's brewery boom has seen better days, but it's also a neighborhood on the rise.
Bound by Belgium and Germany, there are at least two good reasons why you’ve heard so little about Holland’s craft beer scene.
Food has become been an integral part of the craft beer world, and Asheville breweries are leading the way.
A Philadelphia native ventures across the state to see what the hype is all about...and drink beer.
IPAs on Pixar Pier and orange wheats in Hollywood Land with Local Native's Kelcey Ayer.
The farm produces 17,000 pounds of coffee annually, 3,000 of which become Pipeline Porter.
The four-mile, public transportation-friendly stretch boasts seven breweries and one distillery.
With little money and even less brewing experience, Robert Durrette opened one of the only craft breweries in Honduras.
Napa Valley winemaker Elaine St. Clair just can’t stay away from beer.
Sonoma County and the Napa Valley used to be beer deserts, but times are changing.
There’s a reason golf carts have cup holders.
“This is our view and this is our beer and this is our label, so we do what we want.”
Keep the beer away from the plutonium, please.
Don't let the "narrow and unremarkable" entrance fool you, this place is legit.
This once dry colony has become a beer-lover's paradise.
Live your best London life by bee-lining to the city’s most inimitable institutions for inebriation.
New York's scenic escape is filled with delicious beer.
Don't gamble on crappy beer.
Behold the healing qualities of hops.
It's less Old Style and more IPA at Chicago's historic ballpark.
It's oysters meets rare beer.
How breweries along the Appalachian Trail satisfy thirsty hikers.
In the shadow of a volcano, down narrow cobblestone streets, find the brewery that changing Guatemala's beer scene.
A gypsy brewer and international airline team up to change the way we drink on airplanes.
"I usually tell everybody Louisiana's about nine years behind the rest of the country."
The city has 14 Mikkeller bars. How many can you visit in one weekend?
A former Californian returns home to find a very different beer scene.
Come for the pho, stay for the Abbaye de Saint Bon-Chien at one of the strangest, loveliest craft beer experiences in Virginia.
Spend the day drinking your way through the brewing epicenter of Richmond, Virginia.
It's a tale of reinvention, really.
In town for the Big Game? Here's where to eat and drink.
Beat the snow, beat it with beer.
Toronto's beer scene is now fully operational.
If you've got a free moment, go here.
Head upstate as soon as you can.
In which our writer takes on a continent.
Whistler's residents are passionate about the mountain. And their beer.
Strange bicycling through Pittsburgh highlights how much the city has changed.
Berlin's past and present produce three great spots to visit.
Heading to Florida to see family? Hit these breweries when you get a hall pass.
A forward-thinking beer scene embraces creativity while holding close to old world traditions.
What to drink in Vancouver, BC, the Pacific Northwest’s newest beer city
Take a trip through Chicago's history, crawl the loop.
Great music, great beer, great surroundings in Austin.
An uneven brewing situation in Cleveland still has high points and upside.
Western Australia is remote and beautiful. The emerging beer scene is worth visiting.
The Cardinals have one more home series left, and maybe more. Do it right.
If you're silly enough to golf in Palm Springs in the summer, go early, and bring light beer.
In town for a Nationals game down the stretch? Here's where to drink. And where not to.
Sweating it out for two days in the hottest city in America.
The Finger Lakes are known for wine. They've got good beer, too, though.
Grand Rapids has turned itself into a food and beer destination.
Boston has great beer, and seafood. Here's a way to get the best of both.
Thailand's craft beer scene has obstacles, but it's growing. Here's where to go.
Headed to Orlando for family fun? Go to Epcot, drink your way around the world.
We break down where the best combo food and beer spots are for LA's restaurant week.
Going to the Dodgers game? We've got you covered for beer.
For the nation's birthday, consider drinking your way through its birth story.
Go drinking (and hiking and eating and walking) in the Forest City, you won't regret it.
What used to be a remote part of Brooklyn has become a beer hub worthy of targeting.
Hawaii, aka the Big Island, may seem huge. But when you look hard at your beer options, it becomes manageable.
Are New York’s oldest bars getting with the times? Or have they devolved into tourist traps? Both?
Brewdog has big plans for their Ohio location. They haven't quite come through on the plans to date, though.
Hood River is known for its natural beauty, but don't forget to stop for a beer or three.
Cuba is more of a destination for rum. There are signs of beer, though.
In a city known for conventions and family fun, you can still find hidden gems in the adult soda market.
Usually, you might look for the best beer, no matter the locale. Here are some awesome locales that serve great beer, though.
Our writer spent a day beer crawling Staten Island so that you'll be more prepared when you finally take that ferry.