iPhone app Gallagher gives great beer suggestions

Dec 19, 2009
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For true beer connoisseurs, the iPhone app Gallagher’s Beer Guide (99 cents) is like a finely-poured glass of your favorite beer.       Nowadays, it’s common for a bar to stock more than just Budweiser, Miller Lite, and Pabst Blue Ribbon. Beers on tap range from the smallest microbrews to the biggest international stars. Keeping track […]

For true beer connoisseurs, the iPhone app Gallagher’s Beer Guide (99 cents) is like a finely-poured glass of your favorite beer.      

Nowadays, it’s common for a bar to stock more than just Budweiser, Miller Lite, and Pabst Blue Ribbon. Beers on tap range from the smallest microbrews to the biggest international stars. Keeping track of what you like and trying something new can be a daunting task at a cool bar which specializes in beer selection. Well, worry no more, just download this iPhone app and start drinking.

Gallagher’s Beer Guide has it all, from suggestions of beers you might like, to pairing your favorite brew with a great meal. Best of all, the beer guide is so easy to use, you’ll look like a connoisseur in no time at all. Gallagher’s Beer Guide splits up its selections into a few simple categories: Styles, Beers, Food, Flavors, and Notes, to help you remember what you thought. The Styles section breaks up its beer list into a 12-pack of beer styles to help you find a new brew you might like. Whether you’re an ale fan or prefer a dark stout, you’ll find a plethora of other beers you might enjoy. I particularly liked the food section, which pairs your beer choice with a delicious meal to help bring out the flavors.

Gallagher’s Beer Guide is a great iPhone app for the beer drinker who would like to step up his game and widen his palate. Who knows? You might find a new favorite, and the next time you go into a bar with your friend who knows it all, you can offer them a suggestion. You can even email them your review.

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Matthew Hendrickson

Matthew Hendrickson is a freelance writer and Editor and Chief of Jettison Quarterly. He lives in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood and has a degree in journalsim from Columbia College. He has written for the Chicago Journal, The Chicago Reporter, and ChicagoTalks.  His three-part story about lead poisoning rates in Chicago was featured at Propublica.org and IRE.org.

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