This app does two things, and it does them well: pairs food and beer together. OK, that's only one, unless you understand the fact that it also pairs beer and food together. This app lets you have it both ways: You can plug in the food you're making for dinner and ask it which local beer would go best with it, or you can tell it what you want to drink that night and the app will spit out some pairing suggestions using its database of 1,300+ foods and 58,000+ beers.
Since the only thing that will stop you from drinking beer is not being able to find it, BeerMenus has an extensive list of bars, restaurants, and even stores, and can alert you when a beer you love is available or when a bar has changed its tap list. It's especially useful when you're in a city filled with bars -- check the map and easily determine which has the best tap list for you before selecting a watering hole.
One of the best things about traveling is the ability to drink new beers in new places, giving you an experience you can’t find sitting on the couch drinking light beer and playing Super Mario Odyssey until your thumbs go numb. Beer Adventures is a new app that that offers 150 free self-guided tours in 85 cities around the world. It works like this: you tell it where you are, and it provides noteworthy stops in that city you can hit one after another (it also helpfully links to ridesharing apps if you don’t feel like walking). When you arrive, check in to the drinking establishment through the app and you’ll be presented with more info about it, and maybe even a drink deal. Now you’ll never have to wonder, “Where do I get a beer next?”