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How many have you tried? A look at North Dakota's craft breweries and cideries

There are about 2 dozen craft breweries and cideries in the Peace Garden State.

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Icewind Brewing has been creating several styles of beer since it opened, including a raspberry sour, at left, a brown porter, and a golden lager nicknamed Sundog. Helmut Schmidt / The Forum
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Craft breweries and cideries can be found In North Dakota's largest cities, but there are gems sprinkled across the state.

Many pay homage to their roots through unique names and flavors, sourcing in-state ingredients and presenting local art or musicians.

Explore the interactive map below to find new flavors or visit a craft brewery or cidery on your next road trip. And if you're visiting our neighbors in the Gopher State, check out this map of Minnesota craft breweries .

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