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Mother Road Brewing Co.
Fordham and Dominion Brewing
Two Brothers Brewing Company
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Dark Horse Brewing Co./Rhino Media Productions
Zipline Brewing Co.
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Jennifer Pitts-Wygle/Marshall Brewing
Blackstone Brewing Co.
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1. Avondale Brewing Company 201 41st St S, Birmingham, AL 35222

The motto of this Birmingham brewhouse is "What do you have to lose? Come on by and have a few," and we couldn't agree more. Avondale is housed in a historic building that at once used to be a saloon, a pharmacy, and a brothel. This brewery's roots in Prohibition and the industrial brewing during the early 1920s' and 1930s' informs their beer making process today. They make bold, hoppy concoctions named after and inspired by local history of Birmingham and the Avondale neighborhood.

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2. Kassik's Kenai Brew Stop 47160 Spruce Haven St, Kenai, AK 99611

Kassik's Kenai Brew Stop in Kenai, Alaska may be a bit out of the way for most but it's well worth the trek. This brewery crafts fine ales inspired by the terrain of the rural wilderness of the tundra and Pacific Northwest. Their Morning Wood English IPA with dry, flavorful Pacific hops is a favorite of ours, and we also love the slightly spicy Beaver Tail Light Blonde Ale on tap. Visit the brewery and refill your growler for a cool $15.

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3. Mother Road Brewing Company 7 South Mikes Pike, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

The impetus to create this Flagstaff brewery started on a road trip down Route 66, hence its name, Mother Road, and old school nickname for America's famed highway. Owned and operated by a husband and wife duo, Mother Road offers a niche variety seasonal taps and year round favorites in their onsite brewpub. Be sure to stop in for weekend happy hour deals on pints ($4 on Saturdays) and growlers ($9 on Sundays).

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4. Core Brewing Company 2470 N Lowell Rd, Springdale, AR 72764

Beer lovers take note of this North Arkansas brewpub. Core Brewing is a friendly operation comprised of a small, local crew dedicated to creating delicious micro-brews. The majority of their line-up is rounded out by year-round brews, from Oatmeal Stouts to totally quaffable IPAs. Join their "Pounders Club" for Core Beer aficionados and get great deals on tap, plus membership perks redeemable at their on-site pub.

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5. Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. 1075 E 20th St, Chico, CA 95928

A craft beer fave, Sierra Nevada's HQ in Chico, CA is a must-visit for West Coast beer lovers. This massive space is open seven days a week, offering speciality tours about the on-site brewmaking process-- there are tours focused on the sustainability of beer making, obscure beer knowledge (joking titled "The Beer Geek" tour), and a there's a rundown on the history of IPAs, for example. The all-day taproom serves brew (duh) plus a variety of upscale American fare.

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6. New Belgium Brewery 500 Linden St, Fort Collins, CO 80524

New Belgium helped popularize craft beer starting way back before the craft boom in 1991, and its flagship beer, Fat Tire, is the beer equivalent of oxygen: available everywhere on Earth and not too notable. And, by being one of the largest craft breweries in the country, New Belgium has the time to produce a varied selection of year-round brews, which include ginger beers, chocolate stouts and several other unique brews you can't get anywhere else. At the facility there are also mountain bike races, bike-in movie screenings, and enough beer-education events to basically make you a cicerone. If there existed a beer-themed amusement park, it would look a lot like New Belgium.

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7. Relic Brewing 95 Whiting St, Plainville, CT 06062

The inconspicuous location and small, dimly lit rooms add to the mystique of this microbrewery. Tucked away in an industrial space and set back from the road without a sign, Relic Brewing Company is easy to miss. But don’t: beer aficionados rave it’s got some of the best beer in the Northeast. If you’re short on time, the service is fast enough to get you in and out of there in less than an hour. Want a canvas to take home with your beer? The walls are decorated with work from local artists, most of which is for sale.

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8. Old Dominion Brewing Co 1284 MCD Dr, Dover, DE 19901

Move over Dogfish Head... there's a new Delaware craft brewer in town. Old Dominion & Fordham Brewing in Dover specialize in high ABV brews and hand crafted sodas. The two breweries joined forces in 2007 and since then they've been cooking up a wide variety of ales, lagers and stouts, emblazoned with images on pin-up girls and 50s' style bombshells on the bottles. Recently ranked as one of the Top 50 brewers in the nation, you'll be seeing a lot more of Old Dominion soon.

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9. The Funky Buddha Brewery 1201 NE 38th St, Oakland Park, FL 33334 (Fort Lauderdale)

Funky Buddha Brewing is home to big flavors, meaning that in a peanut butter and jelly beer, you’ll actually taste the roasted peanuts and fruit jam as you sip. Flagship beers include Hop Gun IPA and Floridian Hefeweizen, which pair perfectly with the cheese board, soft pretzel, Floridian spiced olives, and pork sandwich, which are all made in-house and served at the brewery. The space is industrial-chic with flecks of wood and chrome imbued in the walls.

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10. Burnt Hickory Brewery 2260 Moon Station Ct NW Ste 210, Kennesaw, GA 30144

This rock 'n roll inspired micro brewery in Kennesaw, GA gets major points for its bold, flavorful ales. These bodacious beers (the company motto re: flavor is: "To be minimal would be criminal") are inspired by the history of the American South. Open Tuesday- Saturday, stop by and see how the folks here turn hops into gold. Tours are only offered one Saturday per month, so be sure to plan ahead.

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11. Big Island Brewhaus 64-1066 Mamalahoa Highway, Waimea, HI

Big Island, little brewery. This folksy brewing operation in Waimea keeps it real with their micro-batch beers, small staff, and vibrant community culture. Part brewery, part resto and cafe space, Big Island hosts weekly open mic nights and live music, which are perfect to enjoy with a beer and Hawaiian poke taco in hand. Be sure to check their active Facebook page for up to date listings of events and beer tastings.

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12. Crooked Fence Brewery 3705 Idaho 16, Eagle, ID

Finally, Idaho can be known for something other than potatoes. Crooked Fence Brewery in Eagle is a notable craft beer venue worth keeping an eye on. The generous space hosts a brewpub and event space; sip on their quirky ales while you enjoy equally unique selections from their New American inspired bar menu. Their Crooked Flats taproom is where you go to sample all the goods (we especially like the Trainwreck Red ale).

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13. Two Brothers Tap House 30W315 Calumet Ave W, Warrenville, IL 60555

Two Brothers Tap House is a family owned and operated brewery in Warrenville offering quality craft beers, elevated pub fare, and good cheer. Two Brother's line-up includes (but is not limited to) IPAs, French-inspired amber beers, seasonal specials, and a varied selection of limited edition beers (holiday Porter, Double IPA, Hefeweizein wine). Taste your way through the tap house's rotating roster of signature brews at the the on-site tap house, and check out the website for a calendar of brewery tour dates and community events.

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14. 18th Street Brewery 5417 Oakley Ave, Hammond, IN 46320

This Indiana taproom and brewery is the real deal. Named the #1 New Brewer in Indiana by ratebeer.com in 2013, 18th Street doles out over 15 kinds of brew on draft, by the bottle and by the growler. Super cool graphic label designs and funky flavor combinations prove that they aren’t any ordinary brewery. While brewery tours aren't offered, visit the on-site pub to try draft brews, fill your growler, and snack on their sandwiches.

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15. Great River Brewery 332 E 2nd St, Davenport, IA 52801

Business began with a love for craft beer among two college friends. If you’re searching for a relaxing brewery with seasonal offerings and small batch specials, check out this Iowan staple. Looking for a way to brighten your Monday? Great River Brewery offers half-off growler refills on Sunday and Monday. Plus, take a free tour if you want to learn more about how the beer is made.

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16. Tallgrass Brewing Co 5960 Dry Hop Cir, Manhattan, KS 66503

This Manhattan (Kansas) brewery specializes in small-batch, Midwest proud ales and lagers. These quirky brews, emblazoned with graphic, cartoon-like designs, comprise dark imperial stouts, Galaxy hops Pale Ales, caramel Belgian malts, and bourbon enhanced barrel aged lagers, among others. Be sure to check out the Tallgrass Tap House, also in town, where you can munch on craft bar fare and sample all of Tallgrass's brews.

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17. West Sixth Brewing Company 501 W Sixth St, Lexington, KY 40508

West Sixth in Lexington is a large neighborhood craft brewery, taproom, and beer garden offering ales and lagers influenced by the local landscape. Their namesake citrus IPA is sweet, tangy, malty and hoppy-- a decidedly Kentuckian brew if there ever was one. West Sixth's involvement in community events also makes them worth checking out. The brewery hosts game nights, science quizzes, and running, biking, and yoga clubs.

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18. Bayou Teche Brewing 1106 Bushville Hwy, Arnaudville, LA 70512

The beers at this brewery are meant to pair with the Cajun cuisine that the owners grew up with. The brothers converted an old railroad car to a farmhouse brewery. They now cultivate innovative ales that compliment the people of Louisiana.

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19. Foundation Brewing Company 1 Industrial Way Ste 5, Portland, ME 04103

These New England small-batch brews taste great no matter where you drink them, but we'd like to think they're even better when you try 'em on site. Tour Foundation Brewing's brewery and sample all their goods at their taproom. Serving up a variety of ales, porters, and lagers, we guarantee it'll be hard to pick your fave.

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20. Evolution Craft Brewing Co. Public House 201 E Vine St, Salisbury, MD 21804

This massive Maryland brewery has everything you need for a good time. Lots of small-batch brew on hand, including limited edition ales and seasonal specials? Check. A full service restaurant and public house open late, offering great happy hour deals and an extensive array of small plates, entrees, and apps? You got it. And brewery tours offered all weekend long, for free? If any of this sounds appealing, you've gotta check Evolution out.

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21. Trillium Brewing Company 369 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210 (Fort Point Channel)

Because apparently working full-time jobs, opening a fitness business, and raising two young kids wasn't keeping them busy enough, the quite-possibly-insane super-couple behind Trillium has spent the last two years turning their small home-brewing operation into a full-fledged Fort Point brewery.

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22. Dark Horse Brewing Co. 511 S Kalamazoo Ave, Marshall, MI 49068

Dark Horse is a chill neighborhood microbrewery in the heart of Marshall, Michigan. Serving up mugs of "bad ass beer," this family owned and operated spot also features a great, cozy taproom where you can hang out and test drive all the brews. Dark Horse also hosts community events on their grounds, including a Spring Smoke-Off-- seriously, ribs and beer, what could be better?

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23. Steel Toe Brewing 4848 W 35th St, St. Louis Park, MN 55416

Steel Toe Brewing's St. Louis Park tap room offers visitors a taste of its current lineup of beers, as well as growler sales and refills for those who don't want to leave empty-handed. The four brews available year-round, combined with the rotating seasonal selection, ensure that there's always something special for you to sample. By sample, we of course mean guzzle.

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24. Crooked Letter Brewing Co 1805 Government St, Ocean Springs, MS 39564

Crooked Letter is a friendly craft beer haven providing cheerful brew across Louisiana and Mississippi. Their operation in Ocean Springs boasts an impressive line-up of microbrews, comprising mocha ales, full bodied IPAs, hoppy Hefeweizens, and seasonal Winter ales, among others. Offering brewery tours every Saturday, you can stop in and taste all the beers on tap, plus browse their gift shop for pint glasses and t-shirts.

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25. 4 Hands Brewing Co. 1220 S 8th St, St Louis, MO 63104

4 Hands Brewing Co. is a craft brewery in Downtown St. Louis. Specializing in barrel-aged brews and offering crazy good pub fare in their on-site taproom, the 4 Hands site is a lively space dedicated to promoting good cheer through (you guessed it) beer. House brews are bold and piquant, and come with handy food pairing ideas. Why not stop by The Fifth Wheel, 4 Hand's on site pub and grill, and test drive the goods?

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26. Tamarack Brewing Company Alehouse And Grill 231 W Front St, Missoula, MT 59802

Missoula's Tamarack Brewing Company is a not only a brewery, but also a friendly neighborhood haunt in the form of a bar and American style pub. The locally owned brewery offers up quaffable, tasty ales and lagers, all of which are available in their on-site tavern. So kick back and relax with a Tamarack brew in hand and see what all the fuss is about.

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27. Zipline Brewing Co. 2100 Magnum Cir Ste 1, Lincoln, NE 68522

This Nebraska brewery brand caters to fitness enthusiasts, adventurists, and risk taskers -- and it shows in their beer. Zipline will tackle any brewing style and their resulting portfolio is proof with barrel-aged brews, ryes, New Zealand hoppy ales, and stouts. The brewery won the Great American Beer Festival Gold medal for their German Altbier. Monthly brewery tours let guests visit the taproom and taste the goods.

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28. Big Dog’s Brewery 4543 N Rancho Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89130

Whether or not you want to bring your big dog and hang on the pooch-friendly patio, catch the latest Packers game, or unleash for a bit and try your luck in the casino, Big Dog’s Brewing is there with quality craft beer and friendly service. Like their cheese-forward menu, Big Dog aims for that midwestern comfort and kindness. Nothing says “Wisconsin” more than football, fried cheese curds, and bratwurst … except maybe one of the 30 plus trail-blazing brews on tap like Tripel Dog Dare and Tailwagger Wheat.

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29. White Birch Brewing 1339 Hooksett Rd, Hooksett, NH 03106

Hooksett New Hampshire's White Birch Brewing offers small-batch, finely crafted beer in their own custom build facility. Since 2009, they've been cooking up a wide variety of flagship, seasonal, reserve, and artisanal ales, stouts, lagers, and IPAs in bottles, drafts and casks. Come by and tour the grounds, get your growler refilled and sample all the goods at a tasting.

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30. Kane Brewing Company 1750 Bloomsbury Ave, Ocean Township, NJ 07712

Kane Brewing's a coastal craft brewery influenced by the traditional ales and lagers of the Americas and Belgium. All of their beers are brewed, bottled and distilled in house at their Ocean Township manufactory. Unfiltered and unpasteurized, Kane's brews definitely have a little flavor to 'em. Stop by the grounds on weekends for tours and tastings.

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31. Santa Fe Brewing Company 35 Fire Place, Santa Fe, NM 87508

New Mexico's oldest microbrewery, Santa Fe Brewing Company serves up savory, Southwestern inspired takes on basic craft ales and lagers. In the game since 1989, Santa Fe Brewing Company operates out of a massive 13,000 sq ft space and is the home to a 15 barrel "Frankenbrew" copper sill that brings the brew from HQ to distribution across nine different states across the country. Stop by the grounds and see this impressive operation for yourself.

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32. Sloop Brewing Co. 1065 County Route 19, Elizaville, NY 12523

This cozy, family-run brewery makes homemade ales and lagers inspired by the landscape of Upstate New York. Operating out of a old-style, repurposed farm building, Sloop Brewing Co.'s handcrafted brews mirror the site's rustic environs. Year-round selections tend to be fruity, hops-driven and aromatic while seasonal selections are a bit more experimental: think coconut oatmeal stouts and sour blackberry ales.

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33. Ponysaurus Brewing 219 Hood St, Durham, NC 27701

We've never met a pony we didn't like, let alone a beer pony. Hop on and check out this lively beer garden, brewery, and outdoor taproom in Downtown Durham that pours its own curious ales and lagers. Taproom options regularly rotate but they include standbys like Belgian Weizenbocks, India Pale Ales, and Imperial Stouts in addition to some more experimental flavors. Rest assured it'll all be good: Ponysauraus's ales are "the beer beer would drink if beer could drink beer."

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34. Wurst Bier Hall and Drekker Brewing Company 630 1st Ave N Ste 6, Fargo, ND 58102

Not only is Fargo the TV show having a moment right now, but so is Fargo, North Dakota's craft brewery, Drekker Brewing Company. This pint-sized brewery and its one site bar, Wurst Bier Hall, is cooking up beer with major flavor: rye saisons, American pale ales, lagers, and Imperial stouts, to name a few. The space hosts tours (for free!) and tastings, and you should definitely stop into their lively taproom, where you can sample all the goods, hang out with locals, and order in from your favorite nearby restaurants.

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35. MadTree Brewing 5164 Kennedy Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45213

MadTree's a lively taproom, brewery and restaurant just outside of Downtown Cincinnati. Brewing up quirky, hops driven ales with creative monikers like the "Gnarly Brown" (a vanilla and brown sugar malt beer) and "Identity Crisis" (a roasted IPA), you can tell the folks at MadTree are having fun with beer and it comes through in the taste. Get your growlers filled at their on-site cafe/taproom, or just hang out and chill.

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36. Marshall Brewing Company 618 S Wheeling Ave, Tulsa, OK 74104

This established Tulsa brewery operates out of a massive space in the city's Downtown district. Producing full bodied ales and lagers, the folks at Marshall Brewing know a thing or two abut hops. Stop by the grounds to refill your growler, take a tour of the grounds (usually occurring one Saturday a month), and be sure to check out Marshall's Facebook for up to date coverage of community events scheduled at the brewery.

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37. Upright Brewing 240 N Broadway, Portland, OR 97227 (N Portland)

NoPo's Upright Brewing is a brewery that specializes in farmhouse-inspired beers with roots in France and Belgium, although they're all made with PNW ingredients and a local twist. In house they have a tasting room where you can sample various drafts & bottles, take a case home, and watch Blazers home games.

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38. Pizza Boy Brewing Company 2240 Millennium Way, Enola, PA 17025

Pizza Boy Brewing Company's got something for everyone. Their seriously extensive range of brews includes barrel-aged farmhouse ales, coffee infused stouts and lagers, wickedly hoppy pale ales, fruity cream ales, citrus pils, old school amber brews, and so on. And if you're wondering where the pizza in "Pizza Boy" is coming from, check out Al's of Hampden next door-- they've got all the speciality stuffed pies you need to round out your brew.

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39. Proclamation Ale Company 141 Fairgrounds Rd, West Kingston, RI 02892

This unique little brewery just outside of Providence brews up some seriously good ales. Before you even drink it, you'll be hooked based on the label art alone: quirky, colorful designs mark bottles of the four house ales. "Galaxy" is Proclamation's most special brew. Barley and tea fermented and then mixed with Proclamation's very own brand of hops, this one will knock your socks off with its complex kick.

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40. Freehouse Brewery 2895 Pringle St, North Charleston, SC 29405 (North Charleston)

This organic brewhouse in picturesque North Charleston is certainly a sight to see (and taste). Located riverside off the banks of the Ashley, Freehouse's grassy, herbaceous brews are a perfect fit for their natural setting. Ales are farmhouse/Belgian inspired, with plenty of hops and citrus overtones. Local food trucks regularly stop by this joint, so sit back, relax, and feel free to hang out with a cold one.

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41. Hay Camp Brewing Company 201 Main St Ste 109, Rapid City, SD 57701

When in Rapid City, South Dakota, get thee to the Hay Camp craft beer brewery. This friendly and affordable ($4 beers!!!) brewpub serves up great vibes alongside serious ales. With fun events and happy hour specials Wednesday- Saturday, including beer and bingo (a dream combo if we've ever heard one), Hay Camp knows how to bring the party.

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42. Blackstone Brewing Company 1918 West End Ave, Nashville, TN 37203 (West End)

As Nashville’s first craft brewery, Blackstone Restaurant & Brewery opened in 1994 on West End Ave, started distributing as Blackstone Brewing Company from their state-of-the-art brewing and bottling facility in 2011, and today is revered as a pioneer to the local, craft beer movement.

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43. Live Oak Brewery 1615 Crozier Lane, Austin, TX

This European-style microbrewery in Del Valle, TX provides quality beer for thirsty patrons in addition to brewery tours. They feature a rotating selection of Austin's finest food trucks to sate any hunger that arises after sipping HefeWizen and Pilz, the brewery's most popular beers. There's a biergarten open in the warmer months, and the expansive two-acre property is perfect for roaming with beer from a choice of 10 taps in hand and playing disc golf.

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44. Wasatch Brew Pub 250 Main St., Park City, UT 82930

In 1986, Wasatch became Park City's first brewery since Prohibition, and stays true to its legacy with brews like the Polygamy Porter, 1st Amendment Lager, and Evolution Amber Ale.

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45. Switchback Brewing Company 160 Flynn Ave, Burlington, VT 05401

Burlington's Switchback Brewing Co. serves up unfiltered ales and lagers in a warm, friendly environment. Started by two friends with a passion for ale and a desire to make the best pale ale possible, Switchback's made a name for itself over the years as a top notch local producer. Their recently opened taproom provides space for community events (beer and cheese tastings, anyone?), and opens up room within the brewery to start offering more experimental niche brews.

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46. Lickinghole Creek Craft Brewery 4100 Knolls Point Dr, Goochland, VA 23063

Lickinghole Creek Craft Brewery in Goochland, VA is a quaint farm/brewery off the beaten path. The idyllic grounds (seriously, this place is located next to a field of sunflowers) provide the perfect setting for taking in equally refined and complex ales and lagers. These aren't your average, garden variety, day-drinking brews: we're talking rich, creamy stouts layered with notes of chocolate and chili, vanilla and cinnamon, among others.

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47. Propolis Brewing 2457 Jefferson Street, Port Townsend, WA

Specializing in seasonal, herbaceous farmhouse-style ales, Propolis Brewing in the quaint town of Port Townsend is worth making the drive out of Seattle to visit. Operating out of a bright yellow farmhouse, Propolis's brews are inspired by beer's ancient history as a medical aid and the original definition of propolis as highly concentrated resin made from tree sap; every batch is hand-crafted and includes specially selected tinctures of locally-grown herbs and botanica.

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48. DC Brau Brewing Company 3178 Bladensburg Rd NE, Washington, 20018

Hit up the brewery at DC Brau and grab a bonus growler fill anytime between 12-4pm to fill up on your favorite suds.

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49. Mountain State Brewing 1 Nelson Blvd, Thomas, WV 26292

West Virginia born and brewed...that's the motto of this Appalachian taproom and beer producer. Specializing in hand-crafted brews that are as rugged as their environs, the folks at Mountain State take great pride in the purity of their product. Situated at the top of a minor local mountain range, the brewery's relative high elevation ensures high quality production using the purest water possible. Try 'em all when you tour the grounds or in the taproom-- the menu presents a nice range of year round picks and seasonal specials in both bottles and cans.

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50. Central Waters Brewing Co. 351 Allen St, Amherst, WI 54406

Amherst WI's Central Waters is a simple brewery-- it's motto claims that all you need for a good beer is, "ale, sun, earth, and sky." This low-key approach and attention to sustainability governs Central Waters's brewing processes. All hops that go into their beer are locally sourced within Wisconsin and the brewery itself employs many energy efficient technologies in making their delicious ales, lagers, and seasonal session IPAs.

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51. Ten Sleep Brewing Company 2549 Hwy 16, Ten Sleep, WY 82442

In the sleepy town of Ten Sleep stands this eponymous brewhouse and craft beer bar. Operating out of an old-style, repurposed farmhouse, Ten Sleep Brewing Co. is a family-run joint making simple, quaffable ales and lagers. Enjoy 'em in the on-site patio and barbecue area, which provides the setting for many community events including live music from local bands, drink & draw, and pizza nights.

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