The modern American IPA developed on the West Coast, where most hops were grown and new varieties were being cultivated.
In the '90s, some East Coast cities embraced the growing modern beer movement, such as Philadelphia. and when bill kowaleski and ron barchett.
In 2001, Delaware's Dogfish Head Brewery introduced a monster beer, the 9% alcohol 90-IBU 90 Minute IPA. As stated by the brewery on its website.
Portland, Maine, DL Geary Brewing Company in the US earns its flagship brew a spot on our list for being the first microbrewery on the East Coast.
It's hard to imagine a time when every notable brewery didn't offer a deep, smooth, malty and chocolaty porter. But when Anchor Brewing first introduced its porter in 1972.
Although the popularity of this lightly sour German style has grown exponentially over the years, the now-defunct Philadelphia brewery Nodding Head.
The year is 1999. For two years, Tommy Arthur, brewmaster at Pizza Port in Solana Beach, California, has been brewing amazing Belgian-style beers.
Spoiler alert: With the four beers on this list, San Francisco's Anchor Brewing shows up more than any other. Of course, as the oldest brewery listed.
About 15 years ago, American beer lovers became interested in tart, Belgian-style lambics and gouges. because they are aging and require special equipment.