By Brandon Hite
Where do dogs fly and flowers feel a little lethargic?
Why, in Maryland and Mississippi, you Yazoo (shout out to Tennessee!).
The folks over at GOOD created this nifty infographic revealing favorite local brews by state (but what’s up with Idaho?), and you can beer us impressed. The first thing you’ll probably notice are the unusual names, and between Maryland’s Flying Dog Brewery and Mississippi’s Lazy Magnolia, there’s no shortage of awesomely-named brews.
But don’t stop there – the next time you’re at the bar or travel cross-country, instead of ordering a pitcher of the national beer brand, try what the local barflies drink. If you find yourself in the middle of Alabama, order a bottle of Good People. You’ll quickly see the good people of Alabama giving you the head-nod of approval and heck, maybe you’ll hear about some more of the local brews.
Shamefully, I haven’t tried my own homestate’s preferred beer (Kentucky’s Bluegrass Brewing Co.). Not YET, at least. I’ll be sure to pick up a six-pack on my way to New Hampshire though, where the best-tasting brew is called Smutty Nose.
I mean, who doesn’t want to try a Smutty Nose? Anyone? Bueller…
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