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Barly

A beer expert in your pocket, an app for iPhone and Android.

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Big craft beer menus got you confused? Fear not, Charles Barly is here to help! He learns your tastes to make personalized recommendations and can even find the best drinking establishments for you. Set your Palate by picking few flavors you like, see what’s on tap Nearby, and get a recommendation for what to order!

Barly is currently available on the App Store and the Play Store. I'd love to hear your feedback. I'm always trying to improve and help others discover better beer!

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Beerpreneurs

Discover the best breweries all around the world 🍻

BeerPreneurs is a curated directory of breweries all around the world. It covers 21 regions with over 350 breweries with their address, rating, price range, tips and photos. And it is growing each day. Each region consists of breweries with the highest ratings we gathered from Foursquare. Check it out and start discovering local breweries.

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Find a random beer from a real brewery database

Find a random beer from a real brewery beer store. This dashboard allows you navigate via seamless UI transitions depending on your specified beer search criteria. It allows you to find beer types such as IPAs, craft beer, stout with categories such as North American Largers, German Origin Ales etc.

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Beer Goggles

An AI-powered way to find your next favorite craft beer.

Staring at a tap list with 30+ beers? Not sure which one you'll like?

Just snap the tap list. In seconds Beer Goggles will give you description, style, and ABV for every beer on the list! Beer Goggles also includes links to beer reviews and ratings on popular craft beer social sites, so you can be sure you're ordering a good beer.

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