Nat Almirall’s review published on Letterboxd :
I'm an unapologetic Broken Lizard fan, granted, Puddle Cruiser and Slammin' Salmon are bad, but everyone likes Super Troopers, and Club Dread has some biting satire on hedonism, Hedonism, horror films, and the group itself, reversing all their roles in Super Troopers.
Beerfest has cheap humor, but it does it well. Not quite as sharp as Club Dread, but the Landfill's brother joke is hilarious (actually, everything Kevin Heffernan says is pretty funny); it continues the role reversal gag; the sound design on the frogs is first-rate (never thought I'd have to write that again); and Jay Chandrasekhar's direction is, as always, overlooked. The guy has talent.