Beer

Against The Grain Brewery

Louisville, Kentucky

Located at Louisville Slugger Field, Against The Grain Brewery & Smokehouse is the city’s premiere brewer owned and operated brewpub. The brewery creates an innovative line-up of beers crafted on one of the country’s only operational, Victorian styled and 3 story ‘showpiece’ brewhouses.

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Alesong Brewing & Blending

Eugene, Oregon

Alesong brews unique and creative small-batch beers through a focus on oak aging and Belgian-inspired brewing techniques. They brew both wild and non-wild beers, utilizing locally grown fruits and herbs and a host of special yeast and other microbes to create a harmonizing experience in the glass. The majority are matured in oak barrels for anywhere from three months to three years before they are ready to blend and package for your enjoyment.

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Almanac Beer Co.

San Francisco, California

Almanac Beer Company is an artisanal brewery focused on farm-to-barrel brewing. Each beer is produced using local ingredients obtained from farms in Northern California. Founders Jesse and Damian craft their recipes specifically to complement local cuisine.

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Anchorage Brewing Company

Anchorage, Alaska

Specializing in barrel fermentation with Brettanomyces and souring cultures, Anchorage Brewing Company blurs the line between new and old styles of beer and brewing procedures. Founded in 2011 by brewer Gabe Fletcher, Anchorage is one of the newest breweries to open in Alaska.

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Blackberry Farm Brewery

Walland, Tennessee

A modern Farmhouse Brewery located on an actual working farm that sits on a 9,200 acre estate in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. The beers of Blackberry Farms mimic the efforts of the old-world Saison producers through an honest range of seasonally inspired beers. An infamous inn and venue further showcases it’s place in the world.

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Boneyard Beer

Bend, Oregon

Bend, Oregon is among the greatest American cities for the quality of its local breweries given the high concentration of quality within such a small area. One of the strongest focal points on this map comes from the company of Boneyard Beer. They know their audience well and happily deliver shovel after shovel of hop-loaded amazement into their rambunctious lineup. Not for the light of heart, or the pour soul that lacks in application for IPAs, Boneyard is a blast of hoppy delight that will leave you stung and itching for more.

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Breakside Brewery

Portland, Oregon

Breakside Brewery opened in 2010 in Northeast Portland as a restaurant and pub brewery. The brewery gained attention early on for its innovative, experimental and diverse beers. In 2013, Breakside expanded operations to Milwaukie, OR with a 30 bbl production brewery filled with 30, 60 and 120 barrel tanks, barrel rooms for wild and non-wild/sour fermentations, a high-speed bottling line, and a 24-tap tasting room.

In 2014 Breakside was awarded the highly coveted Gold Medal for American-Style IPA at the Great American Beer Festival for their flagship Breakside IPA, which was also named to Men’s Journal’s 100 Best Beers In The World and “The Best Beer in Oregon” by The Oregonian. Breakside is known for their wide-ranging portfolio of beers, including barrel-aged and sour beers like Bourbon Barrel-Aged Aztec, a strong amber ale with chocolate and chilies, and Passionfruit Sour a fruited berliner-weisse style beer that earned a Gold Medal at the 2017 Best of Craft Beer Awards. Additionally, Breakside was named Brewery of the Year at the 2017 Oregon Beer Awards and the 2017 Best of Craft Beer Awards.

In March 2017, Breakside opened its third location in the Slabtown district of Northwest Portland.
Breakside sells on draft and in 22oz bottles in Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, North Carolina, South Carolina, Massachusetts, New York, Northern California, British Columbia and Alberta.

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Cascade Brewing

Portland, Oregon

Almost 100% dedicated to sour based beers, Cascade has been instrumental in solidifying the style as one of total importance within the United States brewing scene. Local fruits from the bountiful Oregon growing regions are used whenever possible, spirit barrels contribute to the distinct characteristics of many blends and the overall focus of offering lively, sour, beers defines the creations from Cascade.

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Cervesa Spigha

Alicante, Spain

Spigha is a helping cause of redefining Spain’s beer culture. Just as Switzerland and Italy before it, Spain is undergoing a new resurgence of young breweries that bring something more than just light lagers to the table. Spigha showcase their place in southern Spain by offering Valenica oranges, wild flower honey and even coffee through infusions and blending of ingredients to their small but well crafted range of beers.

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Copper Kettle Brewing Co.

Denver, Colorado

Copper Kettle is truly one of the standout breweries within the boisterous Denver brewing community. Their selection of expertly crafted beverages has gained quite a fan following since the formulation of the brewery in 2011. While the offerings are always varied, one being a modern rendition of a classic German Lager with another showcasing the heady spice and deeply satisfying richness of Mexican hot chocolate; they are all formulated with a thoroughness that represents true quality.

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Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project

Denver, Colorado

Founded in Denver, CO in late 2010 as an artisan beer project, Crooked Stave is the culmination of brewmaster and “Brettanomyces Guru” Chad Yakobson’s open source Master’s research, The Brettanomyces Project. Crooked Stave’s progressive approach to brewing blends science and art through creativity and passion. The resulting creations, most of which use Brettanomyces yeasts and mature in oak, are beers of extraordinary complexity.

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Crux Fermentation Project

Bend, Oregon

Crux Fermentation Project represents all that is possible within the current brewing network. Their creations are almost textbook perfect examples even while a bit of innovation is sprinkled throughout. The hoppy offerings are so fresh and representative of the distinct varieties used, barrel aged strong beers are nuanced with wood flavors standing strong without overwhelming the base style and the line of wild/sour Ales are engaging while still being direct. Crux is an honest American leader within the craft community.

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Ecliptic Brewing

Portland, Oregon

Ecliptic Brewing is a venture from John Harris, an Oregon craft brewing icon. John’s background in one steeped in Oregon’s rich craft brewing history. After beginning as a brewer at McMenamins’ breweries, he moved to Deschutes where he created the recipes for Mirror Pond, Black Butte Porter, Jubelale and Obsidian Stout. He spent the next 20 years of his career as a Brewmaster at Full Sail in charge of creating the Brewmaster Reserve line of beers. The creation of Ecliptic Brewing is the next chapter in John’s illustrious career.

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Evil Twin Brewing

Brooklyn, New York

The brainchild of beer aficionado Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø, this small gypsy brewery began operations in the summer of 2010 and now brews at 10 different breweries in six different countries. With a vast portfolio, Evil Twin has taken the craft beer world by storm, pushing boundaries and never airing on the side of caution.

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Fremont Brewing Company

Seattle, Washington

Fremont Brewing is a family-owned craft brewery founded in 2009 to brew artisan beers made with the best local ingredients we can find… Because Beer Matters!

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Ghostfish Brewing Company

Seattle, Washington

Ghostfish Brewing Company set out with a bold mission: to show the world that a 100% gluten-free brewery can lead the industry in flavor, quality, and innovation. Working with artisan maltsters on the cutting edge of their craft, Ghostfish is one of the first breweries in the world to brew with a full spectrum of malted gluten-free grains -- proving that barley no longer holds a monopoly on the brewing world.

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Gigantic Brewing Company

Portland, Oregon

Gigantic Brewing is an independent, craft brewery in Portland, founded by Ben Love and Van Havig, veterans of the Oregon brewing community. With a vow to “never give an inch,” Gigantic is focused on quality and never quantity. The goal is to “simultaneously create new interpretations of classic styles and to ignore these same style guidelines completely and brew whatever our creative natures produce.”

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Green Bench Brewing Company

St. Petersburg, Florida

Owners Steven Duffy and Nathan Stonecipher are both St. Petersburg natives. Born and raised in this beautiful waterfront city that some are lucky enough to call home, they went to school together at St. Petersburg High. Their passion for this town and their history here allotted them the perfect opportunity to open St. Petersburg’s first microbrewery. While friends in high school and room-mates at the University of Florida they pursued many different interests. Steven graduated with a degree in Building Construction Management and moved to Ft. Myers while Nathan graduated with a business degree in Finance and moved back to St. Petersburg.

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Hof ten Dormaal

Haacht, Belgium

When the several centuries old family farmstead fell into the hands of the Janssens family, they had no intention of making beer. But in 2009, that all changed, when the family decided to install a brewery on their grounds in Tildonk, Belgium in order to make their farm more financially sustainable.

Hof ten Dormaal is a nearly 100% self-sustaining brewery – the family grows all their own grain, grow all their own hops, cultivate their own yeast strain, and even power the brewery with rapeseed oil that they themselves produce.

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Hopfenstark

L’Assomption, Quebec, Canada

Hopfenstark, a microbrewery outside of Quebec, produces flavorful, high-quality beers using carefully chosen ingredients. With each batch, Hopfenstark seeks to create an amalgam of tastes from various regions of the world.

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Hops & Grain

Austin, Texas

Hops and Grain is a World Beer Cup Gold Medal winning craft brewery in Austin Texas. Committed to sustainable brewing and grateful to be living the dream. They are very passionate about their craft and strive to create sustainability in everything that they do.

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Hubbard's Cave

Niles, Illinois

Une Année Brewery was started in 2013 as a Belgian-inspired brewery in Chicago. After the first few years producing mainly Abbey Ales, Saisons, and Belgian IPAs, we have found our niche focusing more on fruited Wild Ales. For these fruited Wild Ales, we stainless ferment the base beer with our house mixed culture (including multiple strains of Lacto, Pedio, Sacc, and Brett) before adding fruit for a secondary fermentation.

In addition to the Une Année brand, in late 2015 we started another brand called Hubbard's Cave where we focus more on American styles, primarily hoppy beers and flavored imperial stouts. We have recently scaled production on this brand considerably with the move to canning our “Fresh” series, which is a series of hazy IIPAs utilizing a similar grain bill, but with each version (or “V”) indicating a different hop-combo.

Both are brewed under the same roof and by the same people at our location in Niles, IL, just northwest of Chicago. They are not different breweries, just separate brands to differentiate the styles being brewed.

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Jester King Brewery

Austin, Texas

Defying general categorization while representing what it truly means to focus on all things local; Jester King is a tremendously inspiring brewery. Possibly the best example of current terroir driven beers, all the offerings from Jester King share a makeup that was born from the air and native yeasts around the brew house. Water from local wells, seasonal ingredients forged from the local landscape, a farmhouse brewery almost unlike any other working today. Somewhat mystifying, always intriguing and downright delicious; Jester King is a sensory and nearly emotional experience all its own.

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La Cumbre Brewing

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Since 2010, the goal of La Cumbre Brewing Co. has been to produce beers that represent the absolute apex of the art of brewing. Ready for liftoff? “Get Elevated” with our Great American Beer Festival® gold medal hop masterpiece, Elevated IPA. “Success comes in many forms. For us, it’s the smile that crosses your face, that crosses our co-worker’s face, that crosses our friend’s face, the first sip of a sublime ale, or an exquisite lager. If pride is a deadly sin, we all have a date with destiny.”

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Local Option

Chicago, Illinois

Hailing from the heart of Chicago, the brewing side of the Local Option beer bar offers a brash, in-your-face and down-the hatch approach to craft beer appreciation. They brew with bravado and aren’t afraid to bring a little well placed irreverence to the process of beer making while still respecting the long-standing traditions that inspire them.

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Lord Hobo Brewing Company

Woburn, Massachusetts

Lord Hobo Brewing crafts New England-Style beers and is bringing high-quality, new-age hop driven options on a scale where scarcity doesn’t have to keep the consumer from actually enjoying the beer. Hop forward and tropical, their flagship IPA, Boomsauce, is quickly gaining a following from hop lovers and beer enthusiasts. Steal This Can IPA offers a zesty, fruity hop profile that is just as tempting as it's namesake. IPAs are here and Lord Hobo will make sure they don’t go anywhere.

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Mateo & Bernabé

Logrono, Spain

Mateo & Bernabé are changing the La Rioja region of Spain into a land of great beer. Alberto Pacheco, virtuoso chef and artisan brewer, provides the inspiration for Mateo & Bernabé, the first and only brewery in the area. His dream is to create beers of La Riojan identity from recipes steeped in tradition, each coming with its own unique characteristics of wonderful aroma, flavor, and mouthfeel.

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Oakshire Brewing

Eugene, Oregon

Begun in October 2006 by brothers Jeff and Chris Althouse, Oakshire is a 15-barrel production brewery in Eugene, OR dedicated to making fine craft beer. What began as a home-brewing hobby and a love of beer has turned into award-winning beer on draft and in bottles. The name Oakshire represents the two brothers’ core values: Strength, like the enduring Oak; Independence, which fuels innovation; and Community, remembering their place within the whole.

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Off Color Brewing

Chicago, Illinois

Owners, John Laffler and Dave Bleitner met while studying at the Siebel Institute, then both interned at Metropolitan Brewing, where in between cleaning floors, equipment, and all other beer interny things, the pair hashed out their plans for Off Color. Now, with a 20-barrel brewhouse, the two have focused on brewing forgotten styles of beer, particularly those made in Germany before the Bavarian Purity Law (Reihheitsgebot) that condemned styles of beer not made solely with barley, water, and hops.

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Omnipollo

Stockholm, Sweden

From the vibrant city of Stockholm comes a young, idealistic brewery with a lofty goal: “To change the perception of beer… forever”. Omnipollo constructs beers with a purpose, aiming to produce the kind of thought provoking flavors that both satisfy and inspire. Each has a story worth telling, whether it’s of a fresh idea or even fresher hops.

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Perennial Artisan Ales

St. Louis, Missouri

Established in 2011, Perennial brews beer with the adventurous drinker in mind – focusing on handcrafted, small batches of beer, using local, seasonal and organic ingredients as much as possible.

Perennial’s beers are influenced mostly by Belgian and American craft styles, but the addition of premium ingredients such as fruits, spices or wild yeast strains causes the beers to defy traditional categories. The brewery’s barrel aging program features a wide variety of beers aged in wine and spirits barrels, ranging from a Rye barrel-aged Mexican Chocolate Stout to a wild yeast-fermented Saison aged on Missouri wine grapes in French oak wine barrels.

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Prairie Artisan Ales

Tulsa, Oklahoma

A company started by two brothers. They wanted to do something that was awesome. They have the talent, and most importantly the years of experience needed to get it done. So they did it. They have funded the company on their own, and only want to work with people that care about beer, super good beer. Their goal is to show people what is possible when you start with “step one”.

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Propolis Brewing

Port Townsend, WA

Propolis was established in June of 2012 with the sole intent to produce high-quality handcrafted herbal ales inspired by Old World tradition, local resources and the rhythms of nature. Our ales are brewed with various wild-crafted herbs and are seasonally based.

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Societe Brewing Company

San Diego, California

Taking a step back from the traits of blatant hop intensity found among the San Diego brewing scene, Societe offers a range of numerous styles that all speak of balance. Some are Belgian inspired but forego the cloying sugar attributes while others are dark and strong but still with a grace that is worthy in seeking out. The line of ipas and hoppy beers are on a level almost all their own. Formulated as being highly drinkable and wonderfully pure with hop aroma and flavors, the lupulin driven beers from Societe are an interaction that surely can’t be missed.

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Stillwater Artisanal

Baltimore, Maryland

For Brian Strumke, the gypsy-brewer mastermind behind Stillwater, art is not a sum of actions but rather an approach to life. Stillwater Artisanal travels the world to collaborate with other like-minded artisans, blending innovation with time-honored tradition to bring forth ales of unique character and deep complexity.

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The Ale Apothecary

Bend, Oregon

The dedications from The Ale Apothecary almost can’t be summarized into words. Merging the mystifying traits of Lambic with the heartfelt dedications of a man obsessed with a craft give a glimpse into the world of this solely unique entity. A world was created where all beer is born with the influence of oak, a range of flavors seemingly forged form the surrounding woodlands, nature’s influence is tamed and allowed to thrive in the form of wild yeasts and native cultures of bacteria. The truth from the Apothecary is blatant and yet the beers are something so special one can’t help but question what is at hand…

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Toppling Goliath

Decorah, IA

Clark and Barbara Lewey founded Toppling Goliath Brewing Co. in 2009 in beautiful Decorah, Iowa after a runaway success in home brewing. In less than a decade TG has become world- renown for IPAs and barrel-aged stouts. They distribute in over 18 states and create more than 30 beers that rotate throughout the year.

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Two Roads Brewing Co.

Stratford, Connecticut

Two Roads isn’t just the logo on the brewery's building, it’s their philosophy. Life always seems to offer up two ways to go. It just so happens, they prefer the one less taken and having some fun along the way – in their lives, careers and especially for beers! Now their “road less traveled” philosophy is being brought to life in the beers that they create and how they create them.

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Une Année

Niles, Illinois

Une Année Brewery was started in 2013 as a Belgian-inspired brewery in Chicago. After the first few years producing mainly Abbey Ales, Saisons, and Belgian IPAs, we have found our niche focusing more on fruited Wild Ales. For these fruited Wild Ales, we stainless ferment the base beer with our house mixed culture (including multiple strains of Lacto, Pedio, Sacc, and Brett) before adding fruit for a secondary fermentation.

In addition to the Une Année brand, in late 2015 we started another brand called Hubbard's Cave where we focus more on American styles, primarily hoppy beers and flavored imperial stouts. We have recently scaled production on this brand considerably with the move to canning our “Fresh” series, which is a series of hazy IIPAs utilizing a similar grain bill, but with each version (or “V”) indicating a different hop-combo.

Both are brewed under the same roof and by the same people at our location in Niles, IL, just northwest of Chicago. They are not different breweries, just separate brands to differentiate the styles being brewed.

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Untitled Art

Madison, Wisconsin

In a market filled with exhausting back stories and kitschy names, we just let the beer speak for itself.

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Westbrook Brewing Co.

Mt Pleasant, South Carolina

From Westbrook: Westbrook Brewing is a craft brewery in Mt. Pleasant, SC. Our mission is to make the most interesting, drinkable, and generally awesome beer possible. We love experimenting with different ingredients and brewing techniques, and we hope you’ll have as much fun drinking our beer as we do making it.

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