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Matt Allyn

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New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Matt:

The Best Pumpkin Beers, Ranked

Our list of the best pumpkin beers will satisfy true seasonal enthusiasts. It ranges from classic spiced amber ales to creamy coffee stouts. → Read More

How a Bench Press Challenge Helped Me Crush My Next Road Race

“I found the strength to keep charging, and keep passing runners through the finish line.” → Read More

Rauchbier Is the Best Fall Beer

This ancient beer style smells like campfire and tastes like meat. → Read More

The Best Low-Calorie, Low-Carb IPAs

They're light, they're delicious, and they're marvels of beer engineering. → Read More

Why Your Brewer's Favorite Beer Is a Lager

This German classic still reigns supreme in beer brewing circles. → Read More

The Rad Power RadCity Is the Affordable E-Bike That Can Change Your Life

It arrives fully equipped to commute, haul groceries, and replace your car. → Read More

The 10 Best Light Beers for Athletes

These craft-brewed IPAs, wheat beers, and lagers have half the calories of their full-strength counterparts, and nearly all the flavor. → Read More

Why stouts are much more than just a St. Patrick's Day tradition

Stouts aren't just for winter or St. Patrick's Day. → Read More

Ted Danson Tells Us If Marathoners Are Going to 'The Good Place'

The 71-year-old actor explains how he stays healthy while working 14-hour days, and answers our questions about "The Good Place." → Read More

How the World's Fastest Brewer Trains and Drinks Nearly Every Day

Goose Island's Tim Faith is aiming for a sub-15 minute 5K and knows the perfect post-run beer. → Read More

The Kona Rove Is a Cheap, Go-Anywhere Gravel Bike We Love

The Rove climbs strong, bombs descents, eats gravel, and is built to last. It's even surprisingly affordable. → Read More

Trek Boone 5 Disc Cyclocross Bike Review – Best ’Cross Bikes

With a carbon frame built to absorb shocks, the Boone can crush cyclocross races, smooth the roughest courses, and hammer up any hill. → Read More

The 10 Best Pumpkin Beers, Ranked

We scored dozens of brews to arrive at the 10 pumpkin beers you should absolutely drink this fall. Our list is designed to satisfy true pumpkin brew enthusiasts, and ranges from masterful takes on the classic spiced amber ale to earthy sours and creamy coffee stouts. → Read More

7 Beers That Will Legitimately Help You Recover Faster

The staff of Runner's World tried craft beers packed with recovery nutrients → Read More

500 Beers of Summer

500 beers for those hot summer days ahead. → Read More

How the Feds Will Use DNA To Track Legal Weed

A new technology allows law enforcement to track legal marijuana using DNA. → Read More

16 Gift Ideas for Beer Lovers

From beer socks to beer books to actual plain old beer, here's how to please the beer nerd in your life. → Read More

The 50 Best American Beers

The red, white, and brews. → Read More

A Pepper Spray Beer That Won't Assault Your Senses

Dogfish Head discovers that a substance designed for maximum discomfort actually makes a pretty good beer ingredient. → Read More

How to Start Cross-Country Skiing

Visit a cross-country ski center with groomed trails, rent some gear, and try it out. → Read More