Friday, January 18, 2019

Toys + Tech: Sweet, Beer! One-stop app for hops lovers

Drink like the well-educated beer lover your parents always hoped you’d be.

placeit Beer.

Sweet, beautiful, delicious, complicated, confusing, beer. When will I finally understand you and your gigantic family of fermentation? Today? Tomorrow? Oh wait, it was last week when this SWEET new app came out describing the history and brewing process of every single beer recognized by the BJCP!

sweet beer side by side

The owners of Sweet, Beer! have combined their loved for beautiful design and great beer to bring you a simple, colorful way to learn everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the beer you just irrationally ordered because you liked the tap handle.

Or maybe you’re a step above that and actually know what beer you ordered. Well, do you have all the interesting conversation starters about that beer’s history memorized?

Do you have a food pairing recommendation on hand? Do you know all the variations of that style of beer? Do you?!

I really hope you don’t… because this app is wonderful and everyone deserves the pleasure of flipping through its illustrated array of beer glasses while discovering what the hell they are about to drink.

Plus it has an awesome feature that recommends breweries and bottle shops in every part of the U.S.! So no matter where you are in this big, beautiful country, you can be sure you’ll find delicious beer. Ah, the American dream.

Sweet, Beer! is for the beer geeks and newbies alike. Everyone will learn something. And everyone will drink better beer because of it. Cheers to beers!

Find out more about Sweet, Beer! at or on Facebook at

About Josie Keeney

In 2008 Josie James Keeney became the first person to move from Colorado to Washington. She moved here on a whim for a copywriting job at an advertising agency called Wexley School for Girls and currently works at Starbucks as a Senior Copywriter on the Global Digital Marketing team. She eats… food. After spending half a decade going back and forth between veggie and vegan, eating way too many chemically enhanced, fake meat, soy and fried products - she now has a new perspective. It’s slightly less black and white, slightly cleaner and heavy on that warm happy feeling all food should give regardless of dietary denomination. She also plans on being on the cover of People magazine within one year of writing for Seattleite, just like her predecessor, Catherine Giudici.
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