I am a big proponent of using the website Beeradvocate.com. It is a wonderful resource for networking with fellow beer enthusiasts. I cannot tell you how many times I have learned of a new beer release, met new friends at beer releases/fests via the website, or simply furthered my own knowledge while using Beeradvocate.com.
Well, for those who don’t feel like taking the time or effort to write up a full beer review, the site owners have just debuted a new feature that allows you to track the beers you have had. All you need to do is search for the beer, give it a letter grade (A+ through F) and select that you have had it. Wow! This is really simple, and I find that it is a great new way to attract people to the website. If you’re beer-curious, I highly recommend that you take a few minutes and sign up for a free account. After that you can start tracking which beers you have had and whether you like them or not.
This is what it will look like: Beers I have had but not reviewed.
I plan to enumerate other advantages of using this and other beer-centric websites in the future. Hopefully you can find something fun or informative that might encourage you to delve deeper into the goodness that is beer! If you wind up signing up for Beeradvocate please message me here, I would love to share some pointers on using the website and can add you to my buddy list.
**And for the beer nerds already among us, here’s the link to the original announcement.