Yesterday we told you about SeekABrew.com, a site that tells you what beers are available in the different states, but if you want a finer look at where to purchase and enjoy the beer that you’re looking for give The Beer Mapping Project a try.
The Beer Mapping Project uses the Google Maps API to plot the location of breweries, brew-pubs, and bottle-shops, as well as link to user-generated reviews of many of the businesses.
There is a dedicated Los Angeles Beer Map and a list of the top-rated beer-businesses in the site’s database so you can jump right to the good-stuff. There are also over 40 other cities with their own dedicated City Beer Maps, so if you are traveling you can easily find where to go to get those beers that we don’t get out in California. The Beer Mapping Project also has a forum, a calendar of beer events, and even an API to extend the site’s functions, making it a valuable tool in the beer-hunter’s toolbox.
And don’t forget about Beer of Tomorrow’s own Filling Stations posts where we review a different local beer-spot each week. You can see all the spots that we’ve covered here.