iPhone and iPad apps tagged "drinking apps."
Use Pint Club to Share Your Favorite Beer on Three Social Media Sites From One App
Casual collectors of tasty brews, party animals on a pub crawl, microbrewery connoisseurs, and all others else who enjoy a glass or a pint every now and then, can now take their passion for beer to new heights by downloading the fun and free new app Pint Club.
Get Your Drink on With Liquor Cabinet
Whether you’ve got discriminating taste in mixed drinks or just like to experiment with different cocktails, then belly up to the Liquor Cabinet app for iPhone. This app is a party host’s dream and is both thorough and concise enough to replace other bar books and drink recipes.
MiBeerAge Cracks the Code to Reveal the True Date on Beer Bottles
MiBeerAge Shows the True Age of this Corona Extra
"Millions of people buy beer every day, but most consumers don't realize that there is a date code, and in almost all instances the date codes are undecipherable," stated company President Roderick Fitzgerald.
Cheese & Wine - Expert Pairings Made Easy
cheese & wine for iPhone
With holiday parties on the horizon it’s always nice to know there are a few iPhone apps on your side. One that might come in handy at the market is Cheese & Wine – by Max Allen and Will Studd.
Cor.kz Wine Info App is an Essential Wine Guide
For some reason it took my palette quite a long time to appreciate wine. A friend suggested I start with the sweeter whites and work my way up. I never looked back and soon discovered that my favorite is Pinot Noir.
Cocktails HD: Perfect For Fancy People Who Put Booze in a Glass
I’m just going to do this review in full-on geezer mode. (For a female perspective on Cocktails HD, see our previous review of the iPhone version, Pocket Cocktails.)
Here’s how you make a martini.
Hello Vino Associates Wine with Food
Hello Vino, from Drive Thru Interactive, aims to answer one of life’s greatest mysteries: What wine makes a good match for a pizza with pineapple and ham? Answer: Any wine that will kill the taste of pineapple (Ba-doom!).
Open Cellar Could be Your Personal Sommelier, but Only if You Read French
Open Cellar – You decide to pick up a nice Cabernet on your way home for that special meal your significant other is preparing to celebrate your anniversary.
What kind of red wine do you choose?
Drink Safely With DrinkTracker Breathalyzer
DrinkTracker Breathalyzer - This might sound like a lecture, but for goodness sake, don’t drink and drive. But it’s not that easy, is it? If alcohol affects your judgment, how do you safely know if you are OK to drive when you have been drinking?
Wine Enthusiast Guide for Wine Neophytes
If you like to drink wine, which I bet you do, you will appreciate the Wine Enthusiast Guide app from MobileAge. With over 68,000 wine reviews and at least another 1000 added monthly, theoretically there is a good chance that you will find a description and rating for the wine you desire.
Drink Pro vs. Party Pro Lite: Bigger is Not Always Better
I am a bartender, so I am always on the lookout for helpful bartending resources. Drink Pro and Party Pro Lite are just two of a number of available iPhone apps that provide you with drink recipes.
Beer Brands has a Vast Selection, but Fizzles Out
Beer Brands iPhone App by Webworks and Applications is loaded with information of more than 7,800 brands of beer. I suppose the app is designed to give you on the spot information for a beer, as you stand in the cooler isle of your local store amazed by the vast selection of brew. While confused and steadily becoming depressed as you struggle to make a decision, you whip out your ever so trusty iPhone and quickly start looking up the mysterious brands using the Beer Brands app.
HappyHour Tastes Great, More Filling
With more than 9,000 drink recipes, HappyHour has to be the largest database of drink recipes available in one iPhone app. Of course quantity isn't everything, there's more to making a good cocktail app than stuffing it full of recipes.
Done Drinking Wobbles onto the iPhone
We knew it wouldn’t take long before the drinking games made their way to our sacred (*insert laugh or bad joke here) iPhone. After all, the burping and flatulence games are already so popular.
Zagat To Go '09 Is No Go for Gourments and Gourmands
Zagat is one of the top reviewers of places "to eat, drink, stay and play," as the rating service likes to say. To get a high rating from Zagat is like getting the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval.
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