Mapping the Rise of Craft Beer: The New Yorker

“As of March, the United States was home to two thousand three hundred and sixty craft breweries, the relatively small, artisanship-oriented producers best known for India pale ales, porters, and other decidedly non-Budweiser-esque beers.”

The New Yorker released an interactive map of craft breweries nationwide.  Readers can toggle with the options of the map displaying the fifty largest breweries, to the most recently opened ones, among other features.  Did you know that all but two states produced more craft beer in 2012 than the previous year?

What’s your favorite craft beer these days?

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via Idea of the Week: Mapping the Rise of Craft Beer : The New Yorker.

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