Kona and Maui and the like make some solid beer, but it gets a bit of a perception bump from the Hawaiian mystique. Come on, Hawaii. This is, like, the only time you've ever ranked this low. Deal with it. Probably by going to some small slice of paradise and drinking some pretty good beer.
40. New Hampshire
If states had feelings, New Hampshire would probably be perpetually jealous of its twin brother Vermont (also, all the New England states are siblings, in this scenario). But they don't, and New Hampshire residents can numb whatever feelings they might be harboring with the likes of Smuttynose, Stoneface, and Portsmouth, so life isn't all bad.
Arizona’s beer scene has been steadily rising, and it makes sense, considering the heat's so hot that all the $1 iced tea in the world can't quench the average thirst. Tempe’s Four Peaks still reigns supreme, but it’s found great company in the likes of Huss, SanTan, Arizona Wilderness, and more than 70 others.