US - Oklahoma (very surprising) 91% Prairie brews 10/11 rates
Canada - Alberta due to my one rate Alley Kat Olde Deuteronomy Barley Wine
England - Dorset also due to one rate Eldridge Pope Thomas Hardy’s Ale (all vintages to 1999)
Germany - Tie Thuringia & Brandenburg from one Schwarzbier each
Look forward to this exercise once we get more countries split into regions
Same sorting problems as @CH-303, so had to manually check:
US: Iowa - 4.2 (only 3 ratings, all Toppling Goliath, and that Morning Delight is dragging the stats up)
Canada: Quebec - 3.95 (6 ratings; 3 each for Dieu du Ciel and Les Trois Mousquetaires)
England: Greater Manchester - 3.95 (4 ratings, 3 from Cloudwater)
Germany: Hamburg - 3.36 (49 rates)
Yeah those stats show exactly my drinking behaviour. From foreign countries I try to drink only the good stuff, while from Germany, especially the regions around where I live, I try to drink everything I can get.
It seems there have been recent improvements made to the country and region pages. On Chrome / Android this results in that Average no longer is displayed (only the header, when I force desktop version). So, sorry, not able to chime in.
I only use my laptop, I did notice the page layout had changed and you couldn’t search by ‘average’ unlike before. So I had to scroll down to find my highest ‘average’. These improvements don’t seem to be improvements do they?