Zymurgy, the magazine produced by the American Homebrewers Association, has published its annual reader survey highlighting the "Best Beers in America" for 2011. Two Ohio breweries are represented. Edmund Fitzgerald Porter, made by Great Lakes Brewing Co. in Cleveland, was tied for 14th. Boston Beer Co., which has a brewery in Cincinnati, made the list with Samuel Adams Noble Pils (20th) and Samuel Adams Boston Lager (26th). Those two breweries also made the list of the country's top breweries: Boston Beer at 8th and Great Lakes at 15th. Zymurgy, which has been doing the survey for nine years, compiles the list by asking readers to rank their top 20 favorite beers. "The Zymurgy readers' poll grows in numbers and prestige each year," Zymurgy Editor Jill Redding said in a statement. "As homebrewers and beer lovers, our readers have some of the most sophisticated and knowledgeable palates on the planet." Russian River Pliny the Elder was the top beer -- for the third year in a row. Dogfish Head Craft Ales topped the best brewery list. To see the full results, click here.