Beer Bucket List: U.S. Breweries You Need To Visit

Jess Matarazzo

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Craft beer has really been making its mark in the beer market in the United States. People love the idea of trying new and interesting beers and so the industry continues to keep growing to satisfy this desire.

All over the country, you’ll find tons of breweries, some extremely popular and some that are small and not as well-known. Many of the breweries love to have visitors, and at some you’ll even get a chance to talk to the brewers themselves. There are way too many breweries worth a visit to name them all, but these spots around the U.S. should definitely be on your Beer Bucket List.

Dogfish Head Brewery

Milton, Delaware

Even if you don’t know a lot about beer, you’ve probably at least heard of Dogfish Head and their slogan “Off-centered ales for off-centered people.”

Since it was founded in 1995, the company has grown immensely, so much so that in order to accommodate the growth the brewery had to be moved to Milton, from its original home of Rehoboth Beach. Over in Milton they also added a distillery, so there’s something for everyone’s taste.

When visiting there’s plenty to do, including tours, tastings, and even some games like cornhole and bocce ball. Dogfish Head Brewery also has something that makes them truly unique, besides their Steampunk Treehouse, which in my opinion makes for a pretty cool feature on their grounds. The brewery encourages everyone who visits to bring something to add to their Off-Centered Wall, whether it be a work of art, a phrase, a craft — anything — to showcase the personalities of their fans and the spirit of the company.

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