The Germans make fabulous beers, but only in a narrow range of styles. Belgium makes a wonderful range of beers bearing scant resemblance to the German beers. Britain is home to wonderful ales, although the young people tend to drink boring lager.
Today, unlike 30 years ago, the United States makes the broadest range of beers in the world, and some of the greatest breweries in the world are in the US, examples being Sierra Nevada in CA, Bell's in MI, New Glarus in WI, Hair of the Dog in OR, Elysian in WA, Devil's Backbone in VA, etc. In the US you can get barrel-aged beers, sour beers, double IPAs, doppelbocks, weizens, porters, stouts, you name it.