For years, you've defiantly resisted the craft brewing movement, guzzling down your Bud Light and laughing inwardly at the dbags who pretended to like beers with names like Old Speckled Goose Horns Ale or Port Nahamamammgagtett Lager. How can anyone like that shit, you'd wonder. Who wants to drink beer that you can't funnel, anyway?
Now, you're a bit older, and your funnel's out of commission. In fact, the last time you used your funnel was when you and your boyfriend decided to spend an entire Sunday afternoon making a complicated dinner because that's what you do now that you're a boring, coupled adult. Unfortunately for you—fortunately for your liver—"Let's get drunk!" has been replaced with, "Honey, let's make crepes from scratch!"
So now that you're not drinking with the sole purpose of getting drunk, yelling at all of your friends, and waking up wearing your bra, one sock, and nothing else, those craft beers taste pretty good. You have a couple over dinner, you get a buzz on, and you can go home, go to bed, and not wake up with the type of hangover you get from mixing 15 Bud Lights with a Jager shot or two.
Appropriately enough, this Breweries of the United States Print ($30, Pop Chart Lab) details your new-found love and presents the perfect opportunity for you to take a drunken roadtrip across the US, visiting every one listed. Okay, maybe you're not a mature adult after all.