Break out a pint glass, it’s time to knock back some state pride. We pulled data from BeerAdvocate and sifted through it all to find the highest rated beer every state has ever produced. To be included, each beer needed to receive at least 50 reviews. Some of these you can find in bottle shops, some you have to head to the brewery at a certain time for, and some will never even be brewed again, but each is worthy of some praise.
Fuzzy Baby Ducks IPA
IPA • 6.2% ABV • 4.57 BA SCORE
One of the best juicy IPAs around.
World Wide Stout Bourbon Barrel Aged
Imperial Stout • 18% ABV • 4.5 BA SCORE
All the glory of World Wide Stout, with a little added bourbon booziness.
Double IPA • 8.2% ABV • 4.61 BA SCORE
A truly unique Double IPA with some notes you won’t find in many other brews.
Double IPA • 8.5% ABV • 4.3 BA SCORE
Resinous, tropical, and just the right amount of maltiness.
Imperial Stout • 8.4% ABV • 4.73 BA SCORE
A luscious stout with coffee and maple syrup.
Double IPA • 8.9% ABV • 4.46 BA SCORE
A beautiful citrus hop bomb from a really solid brewery.
Porter • 9.2% ABV • 4.55 BA SCORE
A big porter with a maple syrup sweetness and a hint of cinnamon.
Southampton Peconic County Reserve Ale
Saison • 6.5% ABV • 4.49 BA SCORE
Funky, a little sour, and lots of white grapiness.
Le Roar Grrz
Wild Ale • 6% ABV • 4.66 BA SCORE
Lemon, orange, and pepper dominate this killer Wild Ale.
Double IPA • 8.5% ABV • 4.36 BA SCORE
A stellar Double IPA with lots of tropical notes.
Double IPA • 8% ABV • 4.73 BA SCORE
The Double IPA that might be the most sought-after brew in America.