Birmingham’s TrimTab Brewing Co. named as one of America’s Top 10 Breweries of 2019

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TrimTab Brewing Co., one of Birmingham’s favorite breweries, was named as one of the top 10 breweries in the country. A renowned beer expert evaluated thousands of breweries across America. Our very own TrimTab came out on top!

TrimTab Has No Shortage of National Recognition

Put your trivia hat on and head over to Trim Tab for a brew…or two! Photo via Trim Tab on Facebook

Kenny Gould, the founder of Hop Culture magazine, spent all of 2019 searching America for the best breweries. Considering he has a career committed to beer, whatever he says, goes. He’s always on the pursuit of hoppiness!

Did you know there are over 7,500 breweries in the country? That’s A LOT of hops! Gould based his top 10 breweries on what best represented this year’s brewing landscape. This includes a focus on experimental IPAs, sours, and stouts. The rankings also take into account the company’s focus on education and support for their communities.

TrimTab Made the Top 10 Out of Over 7,000 Breweries

If Christmas had a taste, it would be TrimTab’s Holiday Now brew. Photo by Matthew Niblett

We’re proud of TrimTab Brewing Co. They’ve been drowning in awards for the past few years. We’re talking Thrillist, Forbes, Birmingham Magazine, and now Hop Culture. Even their team was pleasantly surprised by what TrimTab had to offer.

Two years ago, if you’d told us that we’d name an Alabama brewery as one of our Top 10 of 2019, we would’ve politely challenged you to a duel

Kenny Gould, Founder of Hop Culture Magazine
No, you don’t need glasses. That definitely is Jeff Bridges reppin’ TrimTab. Photo via @trimtabbrewing

If you’ve had a TrimTab beverage, you understand exactly how they made it on the Top 10 list. They’ve been praised for the impressive stouts, innovative cocktail-inspired sours, and experimental IPAs.

Here’s a look at the team’s fave TrimTab brews

  • 205, a Southern Pale
  • Japanese Lager, a Rice Based Lager
  • Giant Steps, a DDH Hazy Double IPA

Pillar to Post Rye Brown Ale. Simply delicious. A beer you can crush after cutting grass or sitting around a fire with your pals.

Matthew Niblett, Multimedia Producer
Our smiling faces before we got crushed at Monday night trivia. Photo by Matthew Niblett

My favorite is TrimTab 006. Honestly, I don’t like IPA’s but for some reason this one has the perfect balance.

Pat Byington, Content Producer
  • The Original 006, a Double Dry-Hopped Hazy Double IPA
  • Imperial Euphoria, a Passion Fruit & Guava Berliner Weisse

Paradise Now because I love sours (although if I have more than two I get heartburn)

Nathan Watson, self-proclaimed wizard and Content Producer

As you can see, here at Bham Now, we’re BIG fans of TrimTab. So cheers to being named one of the best breweries in America in 2019! And cheers to a great new year!

What’s your fave TrimTab brew? Let us know on social @BhamNow.

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Chaise Sanders
Chaise is a brunch-loving Content Producer and helps manage the Bham Now Instagram account.
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