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Anyone who's been to Alaska understandably comes back gushing about its pristine natural beauty, but if you actually spend time crossing the state from city to city, you'll begin to see that there's so much more going on than some of the planet's best scenery, including one of America's most promising and underrated beer scenes.
We headed due north to find the best breweries in the Last Frontier, hopping between cities on seaplanes and fast ferries (and with a few reindeer hot dogs as mid-trip sustenance) to find the essential brews you can't get without actually visiting the state.
Hitting up the taproom is a must for anyone swinging through Anchorage (it's a very short drive from Downtown), where you can sip the likes of Crazy Ray's IPA, Darkest Hour imperial stout, or Anadromous, a black sour ale aged in whiskey and pinot noir barrels. The former Russian capital of Alaska (where the sale and hand-off officially took place) can also brag about being home to Baranof Island Brewing Co.
It might not shock you that Alaska's biggest brewery is also one of its longest running (it was the first brewery to open its doors in the state since Prohibition back in 1986).
In what is good news for many of us, you may not have to travel to find iconic hits like Alaskan Amber (they’re available in more than a dozen states in the Lower 48), but making your way to Juneau and swinging through the taproom will open your eyes up to some of its harder-to-find hits like the Smoked Porter or batches from its pilot series like Raspberry Wheat or SMa SH Galaxy double IPA.