The influence of γ-alumina, hydrotalcite, dolomite and Na2CO3 loaded γ-alumina, hydrotalcite, dolomite on fast pyrolysis vapor upgrading of beechwood was investigated using an analytical pyro probe-gas chromatography/mass spectrometry instrument (Py-GC/MS) at a temperature of 500 °C. Overall, this research showcased that these catalysts can deoxygenate biomass pyrolysis vapors into a mixture of intermediate compounds which have substantially lower oxygen content. The intermediate compounds are deemed to be suitable for downstream hydrodeoxygenation processes and it also means that hydrogen consumption will be reduced as a result of moderate in-situ deoxygenation. Among the support catalysts, the application of hydrotalcite yielded the best results with the formation of moderately deoxygenated compounds such as light phenols, mono-oxy ketones, light furans and hydrocarbons with a TIC area % of 7.5, 44.8, 9.8 and 9.8, respectively. In addition, acids were considerably reduced. Dolomite was the next most effective catalyst as γ-alumina retained most of the acids and other oxygenates. Na2CO3 loading on γ-alumina had a noticeable effect on eliminating more or less all the acids, enhancing the mono-oxy-ketones and producing lighter furans. In contrast, Na2CO3 loading on dolomite and hydrotalcite did not show a major impact on the composition except for further enhancing the mono-oxy-ketones (e.g., acetone and cyclopentenones). Additionally, in the case of hydrotalcite and γ-alumina, Na2CO3 loading suppressed the formation of hydrocarbons. In this research, the composition of pyrolytic vapors as a result of catalysis is elaborated further under the specific oxygenate groups such as acids, phenolics, furanics, ketones and acids. Further the catalysts were also characterized by BET, XRD and TGA analysis.