My favorite brewery is Brouwerij Het Anker, in Belgium. They make my best-loved brew, Gouden Carolus Classic, a Strong Ale - Belgian Dark (see Beer Advocate).
Pretty hard to find. Haven’t managed to score any in over 5 years!
@compunaut I checked out their website - it looks wonderful. I’m curious whether you’ve tried Ommegang, a Belgian-style New York brewery? I’ve had a couple of their beers and liked them.
What I really like though is Kriek lambic, which I first tried in Brussels.
La Cumbre Brewing - New Mexico. The Elevated IPA is amazing! In fact, everything they make is very good. Is this one available in the rest of the country?
Paulanor - Munchen Salvator Double Bock. 7.9% alcohol by volume. I drank a lot of this beer while I was stationed in Germany and Portugal. This beer is amazing and you can buy it at Total Wine and probably other specialty beer outlets throughout the country.
I live in a nowhere area of Virginia. There is a local micro brewery that brews their beer with local ingredients (not too sure of the correct word to use for ingredients). They change up their lineup like every 2 weeks and they have such good flavor. The place is called Dragon Run Brewery. So good!! They also name their beers after local history. They have a story behind each beer so it’s pretty interesting to learn about each one they brew.