This awesome interactive New Yorker map details the proliferation of craft beer across most of the country. And it explains why you've seen a growing number of labels like Lagunitas on the shelf next to your familiar old Budweiser.
Cool map. I knew Oregon would show a lot of activity.
And I love me some Sam Adams, but at what point do they cease being considered a craft beer? Is it a definition in terms of volume or brewing style or ? Because over 2 million barrels a year seems like huge production by craft beer standards.