Beer has been a staple of civilized society since early mankind made the first stylings as far back as 4,000 years ago in Mesopotamia (Ancient Iraq). Luckily for us, we’re living in the golden age of craft beer with options out there from cities across the globe to satisfy almost any palate.
1. Portland, Maine
With a population of just under 204,000, Portland is Maine’s largest city. However the fact that it’s small shouldn’t mean anything. Not only is it considered to have the most restaurants, per capita, than any other U.S. city, but it’s jam-packed with craft brewery operations and bars that support them.