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There's tourism -- and then there is beer tourism
Every major city has its niche. Chicago is jazzy, New York never sleeps, Paris falls in love, and Portland knows craft beer. That's not just an assumption, it's a fact.

 

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Tie a ribbon ’round these bottles (and cans!) and bestow your loved ones with the gift of beer.

We’re looking back at the life of DRAFT cover subject Leslie Nielsen with his 2007 Q&A–beer, “Airplane!” and all.

From classic favorites to rule-bending experimentations, this year was an inspired one for beer. We sipped, quaffed and guzzled our way through bottles, barrels and kegs to pare down the best of the best from 2010.

Burlington’s not big, but it’s definitely beer-soaked. A college town with granola sensibility, here all kinds of craft—beer, cheese and more—flourish on the banks of Lake Champlain.

While Portland and the rest of Oregon’s left-hand side continue their reign over West Coast beer, the state’s other half is quietly catching up.

Warm up with this cozy, English-style beer punch served hot.