Special Report

Best Beer in Every State and D.C.

Source: Courtesy of Big Sky Brewing Co.

Montana
> Top beer: Moose Drool
> Style: American Brown Ale
> Brewery: Big Sky Brewing
> Alcohol by volume (ABV): 5.0%
> International bittering units (IBUs): 26

Source: Courtesy of Kros Strain Brewing Co.

Nebraska
> Top beer: Fairy Nectar
> Style: New England IPA
> Brewery: Kros Strain Brewing Co.
> Alcohol by volume (ABV): 6.2%
> International bittering units (IBUs): 62

Source: Courtesy of Revision Brewing Co.

Nevada
> Top beer: Revision IPA
> Style: American IPA
> Brewery: Revision Brewing Co.
> Alcohol by volume (ABV): 6.5%
> International bittering units (IBUs): 50

Source: Courtesy of Schilling Beer Co.

New Hampshire
> Top beer: Erastus
> Style: Abbey-style Tripel
> Brewery: Schilling Beer Co.
> Alcohol by volume (ABV): 9.0%
> International bittering units (IBUs): N/A

Source: Courtesy of Kane Brewing Co.

New Jersey
> Top beer: Head High
> Style: American IPA
> Brewery: Kane Brewing Co.
> Alcohol by volume (ABV): 6.6%
> International bittering units (IBUs): 80

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