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These beers, all new or newly packaged in the last 12 months, are a testament to where beer is today—and, we can only hope, where beer will continue to go.

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Live by the gourd, die by the gourd.

Editor Picks

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DRAFT’s editors taste dozens of beers each week. These are our five favorites.

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Beer, I would argue, has no nationality. It has no ethnicity, no religion, and it carries no passports. Its deepest roots are local, not …

A resinous IPA crossed with rich rye malts makes for a no-fail winter go-to.

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Winter beer parties, new taprooms, a Festivus shindig and more ways to keep your belly warm this month.

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Beers brewed with fir, spruce and pine primarily appear around the holidays, when fresh Christmas tree scents are especially abundant, but their flavors, you could say, are evergreen.

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The current world record is an eye-popping 4:34 for four laps and four beers.