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. ┬áReaders can toggle with the options of the map displaying…