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February 13, 2008 8:23 PM   Subscribe

The Beer Mapping Project is a Google Maps mashup with brewery and pub locations. So far, they cover eight countries, including Belgium, the UK, Australia, and, well, Italy. There are of course multiple regions of the US.
posted by A dead Quaker (13 comments total) 16 users marked this as a favorite

 
I keep forgetting Long Trail is *so close* to here. Thanks for this.
posted by jessamyn at 8:28 PM on February 13, 2008


Great idea... but when the Carlton and United button takes me to Darwin, I reckon something's wrong.
posted by pompomtom at 8:35 PM on February 13, 2008


Portland is so drunk cool

They have city maps too!
posted by device55 at 8:38 PM on February 13, 2008


pompomtom, I notice there's a "report a problem" link on the bubble above Darwin. It might be useful to fill it out.
posted by A dead Quaker at 8:50 PM on February 13, 2008


Calling it a "mashup" is almost a pun...

So many people making beer. Does anyone know of any craft breweries in the Hong Kong/Southern China region?
posted by awfurby at 9:32 PM on February 13, 2008


Portland is so drunk cool

They have city maps too!
posted by device55

McMenamins home town right there buddy. They own almost 20 different bars in just that city.
posted by ZaneJ. at 10:30 PM on February 13, 2008


Get Directions *click*

Start:
Go 0.3m NW
Go 0.4m NE
Go 0.2m WNW
Go 0.1m ENE
Go 0.2m E
Go 0.25m N ....
posted by dhartung at 1:42 AM on February 14, 2008


No Germany?

Flagged.
posted by chillmost at 2:42 AM on February 14, 2008


The london beer map is a little sparse at the moment. I'd heartily recommend this one use in the interim.
posted by jimbaud at 5:43 AM on February 14, 2008


So what are the environmental implications of drinking an import?
posted by Pollomacho at 5:58 AM on February 14, 2008


There's of course, beerhunter in Toronto.
posted by joelf at 9:34 AM on February 14, 2008


So what are the environmental implications of drinking an import?

Depends on whether it's from a bottle or keg.

On topic: truly Portland is the One True City wrt beer, but half of the pushpins in my neighborhood are just regular ol' bars. OTOH, I have 3 micro-distilleries in my neighborhood, so I can't complain.
posted by turbodog at 2:15 PM on February 14, 2008


No Germany or Czech Republic? Why would you start with anything except Germany and Czech Republic?
posted by criticalbill at 1:58 PM on February 15, 2008


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