When I posted the Mapping Your Beer Travels article I was hoping to get a couple beer travelers interested enough to use the tutorial and create a Google map of their beer adventures both past and future. I got more entries than I expected and loved that people who left comments were also looking at other traveler’s maps.
I found the results so interesting that I decided I would post all the entries here to give everyone an idea of how people use them and how custom they can be to each traveler’s needs.
BrewsTravelers365 | These guys are on a year long US brewery adventure with the goal of hitting 365 in at least 48 states. Not only have they mapped the places they’ve been and those they will still hit but they also added the path they are taking to get there.
BeerTrackMind | Dale writes a beer blog when he’s not visiting new beer destinations. His map is awash in pins in the Southwest showing that you don’t have to travel the world to enjoy new beers.
View BeerTrackMind’s Breweries in a larger map
Duchess of Birra | The Duchess used her map to plan a July beer trip to Miami. I use a similar process when researching a new city’s beer scene.
Just Another Beer Blog | Justin was so inspired by the idea of beer mapping that he wrote a follow-up to our post which you can read here. I like his addition of the category “Tasted” to see where his beers are coming from and where he needs to go.
Oh Beautiful Beer | Harvey’s blog posts beautiful design and illustration from the beer industry. His East Coast roots show in his map as the New England area is dense with visits.
SparklingOnTheVine – Erin is a seasoned beer traveler having over 230 breweries under her belt. Living in California has it’s benefits as you can see by looking at her map.
View Pints I’ve Drank in a larger map
Jenny & Jason | This couple branches out and categorizes different beer destinations such as chain breweries and non-brewery beer drinking establishments.
WanderingsOfATwentySomething | Constant traveler, Kim, plots her brewery.
It’s pretty interesting to see the places other beer traveler’s have been and will be a big part of our upcoming project The Society of Beer Travelers. Be cure to click the link and sign up for updates to stay in the know on the launch of the site.