Craft Beer Passport




    What is Craft Beer Passport?
    Discover the best local bars and breweries and enjoy a $2 craft beer at each stop! Get to know the city--one neighborhood at a time--through its various craft beer bars and breweries. Collect stamps as you go to fill up your Passport and keep track of your adventures!

    #drinkgreatbeer #spendless #supportlocal #exploreyourcity

    CBP Plans:
    Flexible payment plans are good for a single night out, a weekend jaunt or a full summer of craft beer discovery! You can buy either 3 Stamps, 10 Stamps or All Stamps at one time. Stamps (ie. vouchers) are redeemable for an in-store purchase of one $2 craft beer (12oz.) at any participating bar or brewery.

    Corporate Events:
    Interested in organizing an event using the Craft Beer Passport?
    Just reach out to us at and we'll make it happen!

    Bar/brewery owner?
    Let's chat! Email us at

    Instagram: @craftbeerpassport
    Twitter: @craftbeerpass
    Facebook: @craftbeerpassport

    Always drink responsibly

    Users review

    from 47 reviews



    Users comments for Craft Beer Passport

    Francois Adam

    by Francois Adam

    Nov 18, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Oh yeah. Some phones don't let you add payment options. So frustrating

    James Eberhardt

    by James Eberhardt

    Sep 08, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Cheap beer!

    Jessica Nagy

    by Jessica Nagy

    Aug 23, 2017  |  "OK"

    Want to like this but I can't add a payment method so have no way of trying it out.

    James Dawes

    by James Dawes

    Aug 13, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Pay only service, wasn't able to access outside of default location. Maybe if you decide to allow people to do this without paying and have the capability to do this in Florida

    Ammir Gill

    by Ammir Gill

    Jul 15, 2017  |  "Poor"

    It doesn't work on android. It gets stuck on the enter page. Tried on a Samsung s4 and a Motorola razor.

    J. Han

    by J. Han

    Jun 22, 2017  |  "Poor"

    This app is so frustrating. Can't add a credit card. It says API null. If your app has so many bugs, you should have at least a chat support instead of email.