For the past year or so, I have been using Beer Portfolio. There are a lot of unique features in Beer Portfolio to catalog beers you've had, find new beers to try, and create stats based on your drinking habits.
Once you register in the Beer Portfolio system, you are free to start exploring. How about we take a look at one of my favorite Flying Fish beers, their Exit 4 American Trippel. The beer's page has a rundown of its stats, beer style, suggested glassware, the average Beer Portfolio rating of the beer, and a Beer Portfolio suggestion if you should try the beer or not, based on how you have rated similar beers in the past.
Scrolling down, there are several tabs you can click through. One of the most unique things about Beer Portfolio is that every user can give each beer a single taste tag. When you click on taste profile, you see what taste tags other users have applied to the beer. In this case, you can see that people say that Exit 4 American Trippel has elements of citrus and clove, with some bitterness.
Another feature I really like is how if you click on say, clove, you can see all the beers that people have added the taste tag clove to. In this case, Weihenstephaner Vitus, Southern Tier Pumking, Harpoon Winter Warmer and Captain Lawrence Pumpkin Ale all have clove taste tags.
Once you start adding lots of beers and breweries, you can make some pretty neat pie charts out of your stats. Who doesn't like pie charts? Check out my current pie chart for the number of beers from a specific brewery I have added to my Beer Portfolio. FYI, in first is Victory Brewing.
Beer Portfolio also has an Android app you can get on Google Play. There is a paid version and a free version. On the paid version, there are no ads, and there are some pro features, such as finding nearby breweries.
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