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BEER FEATURES AND REVIEWS

Find local beer and wine events, festivals, tastings and more!

Beer has been around since the time of the ancient Egyptians, and the centuries since have not diluted its popularity. Brewed from malted barley with other grains, beer is capable of a range of flavors and pairs well with most meals. See our seasonal lists and beer reviews to find some of the best brews from around the world.

Featured Top 10 Lists


GAYOT's Top 10 Fruit Beers includes brews made with banana, blueberry, strawberry, apricot, peach, tangerine, black currant and apple
Top 10 Fruit Beers
Both older and newer breweries are throwing all sorts of fruits into their recipes for added flavor, including peaches, bananas, strawberries, tangerines and blueberries.

See if your favorite fruit is on GAYOT's list

Widmer Brothers Columbia Common Spring Ale, one of GAYOT's Top 10 Spring Beers
Top 10 Spring Beers
Wake up slumbering tastebuds with the brighter flavors and sharper textures of spring, including crisp saisons, robust Belgian ales and American IPAs.

Check out GAYOT's spring selections!

Top 10 Beer Lists


Top 10 Craft Beers
Top 10 Fall Beers
Top 10 Fruit Beers
Top 10 Irish Beers
Top 10 Oktoberfest Beers

Top 10 Sipping Beers
Top 10 Spring Beers
Top 10 Summer Beers
Top 10 Weird Beers
Top 10 Winter Beers


Beer Reviews & Features


Carlsberg's Jacobsen Vintage No. 1
Deschutes Red Chair NWPA
Innis & Gunn Irish Whiskey Cask
Kona Brewing Co. Wailua Wheat Beer
Maui Brewing Co.
O'Hara's Irish Wheat Beer

Beer and Magic
Beer Health Benefits
Brewery Tours of San Diego
Glasi Pilsner Beer Glass
Spiegelau Beer Classics Connoisseur Kit
Top U.S. Oktoberfest Celebrations


Book Reviews


Ambitious Brew
Beyond the Pale

The Oxford Companion to Beer
Uncorking the Past



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Celebrate the arrival of spring with the season's finest special releases, including a grapefruit DIPA, a smoked beer and a sour saison ale.

Enjoy the recent rye Renaissance by downing these fine whiskeys straight or hearken back to their heyday and mix them in an Old-Fashioned.