Searching our site has always been a fragmented, cumbersome, pain in the ass. I'd love to provide an enterprise-level search solution for everyone, but lack of resources and running a bridge between our code and a third-party forum solution are challenges we've yet to conquer. One day! In the meantime, I've updated search on our end to make things better and faster. First and foremost, the previous search was starting to create performance issues. This upgrade significantly reduces our overhead. It's not perfect, but should address any issues for now. Simplified the search overlay (when you click the magnify glass icon in the navigation). Results default to searching our beer database (beer + brewery name) using a fulltext boolean query with forced wildcard support. To be more specific, a match on all words is performed. And results are ordered by the number of ratings, followed by the search relevance score based on matches to your query. It's faster and more accurate search, however, it'll force users to be more specific with certain beers. Results now include the beer's picture, name, style, ABV, score, and number of ratings to help make finding what you're looking for easier. If only one result is found, the search will take you directly the beer's page. Each word must be at least three characters long and some common words are ignored. If any of the words fail, the query will be handed to our Google CSE. Clicking "Search Places" on the results page will pass the same query to our place database (place name + city). Search results are now treated as unique pages, which allows them to be index for increased SEO and discovery. Quick beer search box added to the sidebar for most pages to help with discovery. Bunch of other minor tweaks... I still have some tweaking to do, but that's it in a nutshell. Cheers!