The country's best beer is brewed in South Jersey, magazine says … – PhillyVoice.com

The best beer in the U.S. is brewed near the Jersey Shore, according to The Beer Connoisseur.

Who knew?

The Topsail, a sour blonde ale from Cape May Brewing Co.’s barrel-aged series, ranked No. 1 on the magazine’s recently released list of the top 100 beers of 2017. The magazine gave it a rating of 98, which designates The Topsail as a World Class beer.

“This is truly an outstanding achievement,” Cape May Brewing CEO and co-owner Ryan Krill said in a statement. 

“The Topsail has been uniformly well-received by our fans with glowing reviews from those closest to our hearts. However, the rating of 98, the designation as a World Class beer, and being named Beer Connoisseur’s Best Beer is an honor beyond compare.”

So… this is nice. The good folks over at The Beer Connoisseur released their list of the 100 highest-rated beers for 2017, and The Topsail came in at #1, earning it space on the cover and the Best Beer of 2017. @BeerConnoisseur @BrewersAssoc #CapeMayBrewCo

— Cape May Brewing Co. (@CapeMayBrewCo) January 8, 2018

“New Jersey’s Cape May Brewery has unquestionably demonstrated its place as one of the country’s top brewers. The brewery consistently delivers exceptional beers, and with this year’s Top Rated Beer of 2017 it has proven it can brew with the world’s best.” @BeerConnoisseur

— Cape May Brewing Co. (@CapeMayBrewCo) January 8, 2018

The brewery, located at Cape May Airport in Lower Township, was also the magazine’s pick for the third-best brewery in the nation.

“New Jersey’s Cape May Brewery has unquestionably demonstrated its place as one of the country’s top brewers,” the magazine states. 

“The brewery consistently delivers exceptional beers, and with this year’s Top Rated Beer of 2017 — The Topsail — it has proven

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