50 Beers From 50 States In 50 DaysNext Monday starts the beginning of American Craft Beer Week and to celebrate I am starting a new challenge. Starting Monday, I will be attempting to drink and review 50 beers in 50 days from each of the 50 states.

Basically I am going to try and find a craft beer to try from every state in the country.  You can read more about the challenge here along with my updates and the rules.

I know it might be tough finding beer from a few states, but that will be part of the challenge. I may have to go shopping online.  I know Brewforia has a lot of west coast beers and might have a few things my local shops won’t.

Are you in?

Is anyone interested in doing it with me?  Just find a beer from each state starting May 16th and drink and review all 50 by July 5th.  Either post the reviews on your blog, or if you don’t have one, I can help you get setup.

Just write in the comments below if your up for the challenge.


Logan is the owner of Blog About Beer. Along with blogging, he is also the author of two books, Beer Lover's Oregon and Beer Lover's Washington, an avid homebrewer, husband, dad of 2 girls, business owner and lover of ridiculously spicy foods.


  1. I wish I could drink fifty varieties of Kid Rock beer in fifty days. All from Michigan, of course.

  2. I wish you the best of luck on this quest! I can see how, for some states, it will be a difficult choice, and for others, not much of a choice at all. I will be cheering you on. Cheers!

  3. To bad, that i live on the other side of the planet, if I would be in the US I would be with you all the way

  4. A noble quest. Not to throw a monkey wrench into your plan, but what are you going to do about ND, a state without a brewery? (As for Mississippi, ordering or trading for Lazy Magnolia’s Southern Pecan should be easy, but I highly recommend their Jefferson Stout made with sweet potatoes!)

    • Yeah, I’m still trying to figure out what to do with a few states. I’m thinking for ND maybe just finding some homebrew. I’d love to find Jefferson Stout, been trying to get my hands on some, but I’ll take what I can get from Lazy Magnolia. Thanks Brian.

  5. I am a native Virginian, and since Dominion Brewing got sold to Inbev, there were few great brewers here. But back in my native Tidewater area, there is an up-and-coming brewer I have fallen in love with: St. George Brewing Company. They make an ideal IPA, but their Spring Lager is a thing to behold. A Vienna-style lager, it’s both crisp and malty; perfectly balanced. Just had it the first time this weekend. Do yourself a favor can get some.

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