The explosion of smaller and craft breweries over the last decade has given beer aficionados the chance to try a wider and, in some cases, more experimental selection of brews. Stacker wrote about several local breweries.
While some of those beers come with a higher price tag, consumers are more than willing to pay more for something that stands out. In 2020, around a quarter of the U.S. retail beer market was craft beer.
To determine which breweries in Pennsylvania have the tastiest offerings, Stacker compiled a list of the breweries with the most top 100 ranked beers in the state using data from BeerAdvocate.
Free Will Brewing Company in Perkasie ranked fifth on the list with five in the top 100 beers in Pennsylvania.
Ralphius (Stout – Russian Imperial) is the brewery’s highest-ranked beer in No. 18. Next is Ralphius – Vanilla (Stout – American Imperial) at No. 49, followed by Ralphius – Salted Caramel (Stout – Russian Imperial) in No. 80.
Meanwhile, Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company in Croydon placed in No. 16.
The company has one beer in the state’s top 100: The Shape Of Hops To Come (IPA – Imperial) at No. 55.
Read more about breweries with the most highly ranked beers in Stacker.