The ginger malty finish of a Shiner Ruby Redbird is currently satisfying my thirst as I write this post. Once finished with this brew, I will be grabbing my HTC EVO so that I may log it in as consumed and delicious thanks to Brewster by Thex Interactive.
If you're a beer hunter, it can be hard to remember which beers you had and also whether it was even worth drinking. Brewster gives you the ability to log in which beer you drank, how many you had, and rate just how tasty you thought the beer was on a five-star scale.
Not just limited to being a counter and rater, Brewster gives you the ability to track where you had a particular beer with the convenient map function. These notes and map tags are then sharable with friends and even strangers so that you can see what others nearby thought about the same beer or even different beers that they might be imbibing.
Brewster is different in one way that most beer tracker apps fail. Unlike other apps where you are limited to beers entered by the developers, Brewster allows you to enter any beer so you can easily keep track of those seasonal, small batch beers at your local brewpub or restaurant.
Free on the Android Market, Brewster has over 10,000 beers to date and the list is growing daily thanks to feedback from its users.
Now that my beer is finished, let us know what you like to drink as I crack into a Ayinger Celebrator and enjoy the rest of my night. Prost!