Brewery Passport - Craft Beer



    Brewery Passport - Craft Beer's review

    Published: 2015-04-29, by .

    Thinking of travelling the US from beer to beer? Then Brewery Passport is the next app you should install on your device.

    • Complete beer guide
    • Contains lots of different places
    • Perfect for sharing with other users
    • Passport with number and beer types
    • Only available in the US and Canada right now

    "A beer roadmap"


    Brewery Passport is the app we'd recommend to everyone who is travelling to, or who lives in the US or Canada, and who loves beer. This app is actually a social netowrk that allows us to find great places to have a good pint.


    As well as being an excellent guide for travelling the US from beer to beer, Brewery Passport lets its users put together their own passport, not only with personal info, but also with details of the different beers they've tried. You can add the location details too and then share it all with friends and family who might also be intrested.


    At the moment, the app is only available for the US and Canada.


    by Cecília

    Apr 29, 2015


    Brewery Passport is your mobile beer tasting tour guide for discovering local beers and breweries.

    Stamp your passport at close to 3,000 breweries and beer brands from across the United States and Canada. Then record details of your beer tasting in your Brewery Passport journal – even connect with friends on Facebook and Twitter to share and see theirs!

    SLOW INTERNET CONNECTIONS: Please be patient while breweries load in background.

    • Search for breweries, microbreweries, brewpubs and craft brewers nearby, on a map or by location. Brewery Passport contains beer brands of all sizes.

    • Stamp your passport at each brewery. Then share your latest beer tasting via email, text, Facebook or Twitter.

    • Stockpile badges as you stamp your passport. The more you stamp, the more distinct badge you’ll earn -- 13 in all.

    • Store beer tasting details in your Certified Passport journal*. Rate beer brands, store favorites and a photo.

    • Share your beer tasting journal with friends and family on Facebook & Twitter, and see theirs.

    • See your stamp stats to find out how many breweries you've visited.

    • Star breweries you'd like to visit to add them to your brewery wish list.

    • Stylize your Passport with your own personal photo: a favorite lager beer, that impressive pilsner bottle, the tap room featuring popular beer brands you loved in Seattle.

    *Certified Passport in-app purchase may be required.

    **The Brewery Passport staff has worked hard to compile accurate information for each brewery. If you notice brewery info that’s wrong, missing or out-of-business, please get in touch. Updates can be made instantly, once verified. Please send details to

    ***The creators of Brewery Passport support safe, responsible drinking.

    Download Brewery Passport for your Android device today!

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    Users comments for Brewery Passport - Craft Beer

    Scott Thompson

    by Scott Thompson

    Sep 21, 2016  |  "OK"

    I wanted to use this app so bad. It has a wonderful appeal because let's be honest, who doesn't want to track their adventures across America's plethora of breweries. I've carried the app across a few devices and the UI is never enhanced and the bugs are here to stay. Crashes often. Time to un-install.

    Bob Stinson

    by Bob Stinson

    Jul 03, 2016  |  "OK"

    Worked great for awhile. Now it crashes whenever I try to view the breweries I've visited. Every time. This is on Android. A shame...I really liked it before.

    Eric Murdock

    by Eric Murdock

    Jun 27, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Update 2016/06/27: I just looked at this app on the iPhone platform...there is a metric ton of updates that somehow did not make it to us. Between that, the crashing over and over again, and the lack of ability to even search by map, this app would get 0 starts if possible. It is apparent that the developer does not consider Android users as part of the core constituents.

    Samuel Cole

    by Samuel Cole

    Jun 07, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    I use this all over the U.S. and it works great.

    Casey Friend

    by Casey Friend

    May 30, 2016  |  "Poor"

    I would love to use this app, but I can't get it to do anything. Looks like it's loading, then crashes. Search doesn't work at all.

    Stephen Nierengarten

    by Stephen Nierengarten

    May 11, 2016  |  "OK"

    Seems to rarely update. Constantly crashing, or simply not loading any data.