I concur with the previous: Wisconsin. It's got the tradition, but still keeps up with the crowd. New Glarus (they do no wrong) Ale Asylum (Hoppy without overpowering bitterness) Lakefront (The Malt Kings) Capital (Beat the Germans at their own game) Sprecher (Okay, so their Root beer is actually their best, hahah) Central Waters (Stunning stouts) Lake Louie (So small, but so good!) Gray's (I'm impressed more and more!) Point (The MOST underrated brewery in the U.S.) Black Husky (I'll put this guy against DFH for "interesting" ideas, hahaha) Wisconsin blows my mind. Not to mention, I can get wicked good cheese and pies when I'm there! I think the comment about distribution is dead-on. People seem to be going for the widely distributed stuff. No one has ever heard of half of these breweries, but I loved bringing Wisconsin stuff out to Arizona. The biggest hop heads would fall to their knees, tears in their eyes at the balanced wonder that is Wisconsin brews. I still love my home state Two Brothers, but I can't find fault with Wisconsin.