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RateBeer is the other big rating site. It also has a 5 point rating system but you can also just "tick" beers 1-5 stars, which may be helpful for you. There's also Untappd which is pretty popular. It operates more on a 4square-style check-in system and has a lot of social features as well as badges for various types of beer, origins, location, timing, etc....


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There is Untappd, which is a social network for beer drinkers (web and app). Quite straightforward, actually. You check you beer in, rate it and leave a short comment (like Twitter). And you see a timeline with your check-ins and your friend's ones. The rate is what you're looking for, an overall score from 0 to 5 (multiples of 0.25). It's nice for keeping ...


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Beeradvocate.com Beer Expert - from "Rate Beer" data Both of these are the largest rating/tasting databases for beer, I haven't used them but they would be the place to look for the information that untapped is lacking.


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There are quire a few poorly-sourced beer blogs out there, many of whom get their information from other beer blogs. If you want high-quality information, I'd suggest: Well-known authors. Anything by Michael Jackson is usually pretty well-regarded. Randy Mosher is also reasonably trustworthy. Honestly, any published author is likely to be considerably ...


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In terms of an Android app, I personally use Beer Citizen. It does not have every beer imaginable in its listing, but it has quite a large amount. I find the community to be pretty helpful. They helped me find a lot of different beers whenever and wherever I might travel. Jeff Wurz is also right to suggest Beer Advocate, which recently came out with a new ...


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Beer Citizen allows you to rate Appearance, scent, taste and mouthfeel. You can look at individual reviews or get an average rating from everyone who has reviewed the beer. Each beer has brew facts and show you similar beers to the one you are reviewing. Great app


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