These are the 10 best breweries in the world, according to RateBeer’s users

9. Mikkeller

Starting out in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 2006, Mikkeller now has sites in countries including the US, Japan, Singapore, Spain and Germany.

Though it doesn’t operate an official brewery, it is headquartered at its bar in Copenhagen, and co-founders Mikkel Borg Bjergsø and Kristian Klarup Keller collaborate with other brewers to produce their recipes or experimental one-off brews.

During its history, Mikkeller has released 800 different beers in a wide variety of styles. While many are in constant production, some are only available seasonally, in small batches, or certain locations.

4 Responses to “These are the 10 best breweries in the world, according to RateBeer’s users”

  1. Angeliki Tsioli says:

    No German Beer in the top 10!

    • Daniel says:

      Agree, very limited in scope.

      German beer is fantastic for its quality of ingredients and overall composure, but there doesn’t seem to be much of a “craft” scene and little experimentation.

  2. Alex says:

    German breweries seem a bit behind the times in their offering styles…also, they don’t really tend to have the global reach that European breweries like Evil Twin have.

    How many German breweries make a great beer other than a wheat beer or pilsner or hefe? How many are making great IPAs or great Stouts? It just seems to me like German beer is really limited in scope.

  3. Roman says:

    No Czech or German or Holland or Belgium beers here?
    means breweries providing bears in 15 century for kings not good enough?
    So enjoy your 220! years old Hill heritage with Hill Farmstead Brewery
    I go dring King… Krusovice1583 under ambient music from Rammstein))
    By the way Budweiser is czech townn called Budejovice
    Viva Europe

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