Special Report

Best Beer in Every State and D.C.

> Top beer: Bomb!
> Style: Imperial Stout
> Brewery: Prairie Artisan Ales
> Alcohol by volume (ABV): 13.0%
> International bittering units (IBUs): 65

Source: Jason Lengstorf / Flickr

> Top beer: Fresh Squeezed IPA
> Style: American IPA
> Brewery: Deschutes Brewery
> Alcohol by volume (ABV): 6.4%
> International bittering units (IBUs): 60

Source: Courtesy of Victory Brewing Co.

> Top beer: Prima Pils
> Style: German-style Pilsner
> Brewery: Victory Brewing Co.
> Alcohol by volume (ABV): 5.3%
> International bittering units (IBUs): 43

Source: Courtesy of Grey Sail Brewing Co.

Rhode Island
> Top beer: Captain’s Daughter
> Style: Double IPA
> Brewery: Grey Sail Brewing Co.
> Alcohol by volume (ABV): 8.5%
> International bittering units (IBUs): 69

Source: Courtesy of Legal Remedy Brewing Co.

South Carolina
> Top beer: World Court
> Style: White Stout
> Brewery: Legal Remedy Brewing Co.
> Alcohol by volume (ABV): 6.0%
> International bittering units (IBUs): 28

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