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The world is full of beer lovers. So the thousands of beer blogs on the internet today seems quite obvious. You cannot read every blog that is published and may not find what exactly you are looking for. So here is the list of 15 best beer bloggers in the USA you must follow in 2018.
Jackie Dodd, one of the best beer bloggers in the USA, is a Beer and Food Blogger from California. Her passion began from her years growing up in Eastern Wahington which is surrounded by apple orchards and peach trees. Jackie has started her blog - Thebeeroness.com which has many interesting articles on delicious dishes cooked with beer. Her recent article is on Sweet and Sticky Garlic Stout Beef.
"I started TheBeeroness.com as a way to marry my love of food and good craft beer. It was my offering, in a way, to the craft beer scene," says Jackie.
She has more than 8,600 followers on Twitter and 22,800 followers on Facebook. You can follow her at @TheBeeroness or @thebeeroness
Chicago produces some of the world's best beers. Karl Klockars from Chicago runs Guysdrinkingbeer.com which has regular blog posts on beer and has one dedicated section for beer tasting notes to let people know how good beers there really are.
Stan Hieronymus has authored a number of really good books including 'Brewing Local'. He runs Appellationbeer.com which draws together new posts and articles from other leading blogs.
"And my goal these days is to stick to the basics, to focus on the role of place in beer and topics related to the four BP books when I can tell you something new. So instead of writing about the big picture, I’ll be sticking to the small one(s)," says Stan.
This guy has more than 10,900 followers on Twitter. You can follow him at @StanHieronymus.
Jack Muldowney has an eye for the carefully-branded and prefers beers of the 'pale' variety. Jack with his another college pal runs Thehopreview.com.
The Hope Review has a new blog post every week or so. Some of the great unique posts of them are, 'Comprehensive brewery list of Chicago' and 'Approved list of beer bars of Chicago'. Thehopereview is a great blog to visit to check out all top beer stories of Chicago.
It has more than 2,100 followers on Facebook. You can follow him @TheHopReview.
Harvey Shepherd is a writer, graphic designer and a blogger based in Seattle, Washington. He keeps a blog for his favourite designs at Ohbeautifulbeer.com.
This blog is completely dedicated to the graphic design that has been created for beer. It also has a small store on the site from where you can buy your favourite designs.
He has more than 5,600 followers on Twitter. You can follow him at @harveyshepard.
Jon is a beer blogger at Thebrewsite.com. his blog features list of all of central Oregon's breweries. It also lists all upcoming beer events and reviews every beer available in Oregon. Jon is also an author of Bend Beer: A History of Brewing in Central Oregon.
He has more than 800 followers on Twitter. You can follow him at @chuggnutt.
Logan, the one with the highest twitter followers from the list of best beer bloggers in the USA, owns Blog About Beer. Apart from blogging, he is also an author of two books, Beer Lover's Oregon and Beer Lover's Washington. He is a huge fan of good beer and he spends his free time homebrewing.
Logan has more than 12,300 followers on Twitter. You can follow him at @blogaboutbeer
Caitlin is a content and community manager at a small eCommerce company. By night, she works on her own blog Big World Small Girl sharing her favourite places and more.
Her blog - Big World Small Girl is Austin based blog about craft beer, spirits and adventure. Big World Small world has worked with so many brands which include, Whole Foods, Cameron Hughes Wines, GrowlerWerks, Shiner Beer, Jose Cuervo, Austin Cocktails, Guinness and Bulleit Bourbon.
She has more than 5,400 followers on Twitter. You can follow her at @bigwrldsmallgrl.
Kendall Joseph is a blogger at Beer Makes Three. Kendall and his wife, June, write blogs about their shared love of beer. Their blog is intended to educate readers about the craft beer world.
He has more than 1,600 followers on Twitter. You can follow him @BeerMakesThree.
Michael Tonsmeire is a beer blogger at The Mad Fermentationist based in Washington, DC. He has written hundreds of recipes for great beers and brewing articles. He is also an author of American Sour Beers: Innovative Techniques for Mixed Fermentation.
He has more than 9,400 followers on Twitter and you can follow him at @MadFermentation
Kendall Jones, with the second highest twitter followers in the list of best beer bloggers in th USA, is a beer blogger, freelance writer and a media personality based in Seattle, WA. He produces a popular beer news and information blog: The Washington Beer Blog. He also writes for local, regional and national magazines. Back in 2014, he was named One of Seattle's Most Influential People of 2014.
He has around 10,700 followers on Twitter and you can follow him at @beerblog
David Bardallis writes beer columns for MLive.com and Great Lakes Brewing News. He Lives in Ann Arbor, where he freelances as a writer and an editor. Most of his blogs can be found at his blog, annarborbeer.com and on mittenbrew.com.
He has more than 1,400 followers on Twitter and you can follow him at @allthebrews.
Russ Webb is a craft beer lover and blogger at BabyGotBeer. He travels a lot and finds new beers wherever he goes.
He has around 600 followers on Twitter. You can follow him at @RussWebbGA.
Dave Rohrer is just one guy behind the Brewery Tour Guy. He travels a lot whenever he gets time and visits breweries that offer tours. His reviews on different breweries can help you find the best breweries when you travel.
He has more than 2,900 followers on Twitter. You can follow him at @daver.
Hamilton Riley is a beer blogger at Virginia Brew Review covering the craft beer scene in Virginia since 2014.
He has around 1,900 followers on Twitter and you can follow him at @vabrewreview.
So, these were the 15 best beer bloggers in the USA. You can check out the related topic Top 15 Most Influential Wine Bloggers in the USA.