That’s a big deal around here–and I’d recommend going on a tour of their brewery.
This year we are proud to have collaborated with world-renowned urbanist Richard Florida and assistant clinical professor Steven Pedigo from the Initiative for Creativity and Innovation in Cities at NYU School of Professional Studies, our new data partners EMSI and our stellar board of advisors in shaping our proprietary methodology and the framework by which we rank the cities.
See if your town made this year's list (or the 20 rankings).
Go for a tour to see just how enormous it is.” – Corey Keach, Denver Redfin real estate agent“Detroit is chock-full of microbreweries.
In addition to the first microbrewery in Michigan, Traffic Jam and Snug, there’s Motor City Brewing Works, the Detroit Beer Company and Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales.
In the greater metro, there are well in excess of 50 breweries, my favorites being Avery and Left Hand.
And then, of course, there’s Coors, which is in Golden, CO, and the world’s largest single-site brewery.
Places like 4 Hands Brewery and Earthbound Beer make unique, high-quality beers to reach every palate.
And if you want to just chill at a brewpub, Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood is the place to go.” – Tamika Evans, St.
They’ll have hundreds of options and you can mix your own six-pack.” – Jimmy Caraway, Philadelphia Redfin real estate agent“Portland is a no-brainer when it comes to beer.
Boasting more breweries than any city in the world, it is easy to find craft beer around almost any corner.
Founders Brewery is perhaps the most well-known across the country, but we also have Hop Cat, voted the best brewpub in the country. There are many local breweries: Yards, Philadelphia Brewing, Manayunk Brewing Co. By Pennsylvania law, you can only buy beer from licensed distribution stores.