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Breweries of the United States Map v2

By June 11, 2014Beer Gear, Beer Travel

I love it when two of my passions collide into an amalgamation of awesomeness.  In this instance I’m referring to craft beer and design. So when I saw the updated version of Pop Chart Labs epic Breweries of the United States poster I was in love. The 39″ x27″ poster maps a good number of the breweries in the United States. While not meant to comprehensive this map plots over 1,400 of the most well known breweries across the states as well as some up and comers.

You can use it to map your own travels or help plan a road trip. Either way it is a marvel of information design that can cause you wanderlust to hit overdrive.

What’s even better is that Pop Chart Labs is going to give away a free poster to one lucky TRP reader! All you have to do to enter is leave a comment on this post or our Facebook page telling us what your favorite beer city is and why. We will use a random number generator select a winner on June 15th. Limited to US residents only.


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  • Brandon says:

    Beautiful! My favorite beer city is Bellingham, WA. Why? Because it’s home. And for such a small city, Bellingham has five unique breweries that I can’t get enough of.

  • Juleidy Pena says:

    My favorite beer travel city so far is Denver Colorado, went there for the 2014 CBC, I was amazed by the quantity of breweries within walking distance, in a week ended up visiting 16 breweries between Denver, Boulder and Longmont, got a chance to do several beer tours and meet up with brewers and other beer aficionados.

    Besides drinking a great amount of amazing beers got in touch with the beer community and got the change to met awesome people in the business like Sam Calagione, Garrett Oliver, Julia Herz, John Palmer, Mitch Steele to mention one.

    Me being from the Dominican Republic been able to visit great breweries like Left Hand, Breckenridge, Oskar Blues, Great Divide, Boulder Brewing its gonna be a experience difficult to beat.

  • Rings says:

    World city: Munich
    U.S. city: Grand Rapids
    Cool map!

  • marv parker says:

    Asheville, NC.

    Because it’s only an hour away, has over a dozen breweries at last count, 5 within crawling distance and if it’s good enough for Sierra Nevada and New Belgium (more crawling) it’s certainly my choice too!!

  • Nathan says:

    I’m gonna go with Asheville because it never gets enough cred on these things. When two of the biggest craft breweries from out west both choose you for their east coast locale, how could I be wrong?? 🙂

  • Beeradventurer says:

    Asheville N.C. Would have to be my fav. Most of my family is from there. I was always a beer drinker, but Asheville is where my intro to microbrew started. Highland brewing companies Gaelic ale in a bomber from a Bi-lo. It was great , I was hooked. It started to get it every time I visited. Then I started to look for other micros. Next thing I knew Asheville was “beer city USA ” with tons of breweries and I try to run a Facebook , Twitter and YouTube channel, when job and life Arnt too crazy , all under my “name” and it’s all Asheville and Highland Brewings fault. I’m not even mad. Lol. Long live beer. Cheers

  • Brian says:

    Congratulations to Brad Nelson for winning the random drawing! Here is his comment from our Facebook page: “Minneapolis, MN, beautiful city with a nice variety of breweries and don’t forget the food trucks!”

  • Michelle says:

    I wish I had seen this map prior to getting the laminated one for my RV wall, and prior to the deadline for the contest. I’ll just have to bookmark the site.

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