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For nearly every beer nerd or active barhopper, they have at least one type of beer-based application on their phone. In most cases, it’s Uptappd, as it’s easily the most downloaded and widely used beer application. But there are others worth taking note of, including another big name, Taphunter. And with the influx of so many craft breweries, it’s hard to keep track of everything. This is where the OpenTap app is trying to change the game a bit. This particular application focuses on only California breweries, so we reached out to the founder to learn more about his unique perspective.
Do you like beer? Do you like beer you can’t have, but wish you could have it? Well, there’s an app for that – Brewswap. The app aims to connect beer-nerds from all over the country in the sport of social media beer trading. On a broader scale, a beer trading app such as this serves as yet another example of how “community” serves as the foundation of the craft-beer industry.
Oskar Blues and the CAN’d Aid foundation help out Flint residents, Asahi considers a bid for Grolsch and Peroni, and Untappd has a new owner. These are just a few of the craft beer news stories you need to know. So, what are you waiting for? Crack open a cold one and get to reading this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Barnes and Noble applies for a liquor license, Guinness introduces an alcohol-free product, and 10 Barrel announces plans for a brewpub in Denver. These are just a few of the craft beer news stories you need to know. Grab a cold one and get smarter than all your friends with this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
As anyone who is in a long-term relationship knows, it’s not the big things that start the big fights, it’s the mundane; “Did you stop at the post office on the way home?”, “We’re out of paper towels”, “Grandma’s birthday party is on Sunday, why did you make plans with your friends?!”
Is it spring yet? The seasonals are changing and temperatures seem to be on the rise. That means festivals, celebrations, and don’t forget that St. Patrick’s day is this month! Everybody start getting excited.
. Founders Brewing releases beer locator …
Finding your way around the festival will be a breeze
With 600 breweries and 3,000 beers at GABF (Great American Beer Festival for all of those folks that aren’t privy to the acronym lingo of the Brewer’s Association), it can be a little daunting to find what you’re looking for, or even decide where to begin. Who would have thought that sampling beer would be so difficult! No worries good friend, there is a delightful little app that will help you. And you can do it all with one hand!