A little fun combining beer and ArcGIS online as we grab a list of the 50 Top breweries in America and drop them into ArcGIS online… enjoy! For anyone who has visited all of them these data would make a great Story Map!
Do you live in beer or wine country? A great thing to know these days as the craft beer revolution soars – enter the Beer Country or Wine Country Map
As a GeoGeek who’s also craft beer crazy this one is right up my alley – and likely yours too! The Denver Beer Co. is GPS tagging special cans of beer with secret locations for a beer photo challenge!
There’s no doubt that GeoGeeks like beer and the BeerGeek in me also digs maps so when you combine beer + maps you definitely have a winner – enter BreweryMap! This awesome service does a great job at mapping all the breweries in north America – and then some! Search an area and voila, using […]
Some super bowl mapping fun from Esri… Are you ready for the big game? In honor of Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday, February 2, we’ve created a pair of maps that provide different views into the NFL’s annual championship game. These maps are available for the media to embed or share as part of your […]
More brewery awesomeness, this time from deadspin – enter the big map of American Breweries – 2500 of them! From the source… Continuing its excellent graphic beer coverage, Pop Chart Lab has put together a wall map of over 2,500 breweries across the United States. There are plenty of pockets of intense brewing activity—which are […]
Yes indeed, just like any good GeoGeek I’m a HUGE beer fan (and lover of craft beer). And so it really shouldn’t be any huge surprise that perhaps THE most active discussion and picture hitting Twitter today from #DevSummit in Palm Springs is Esri Developer Evangelist Allan Lafromboise (@Al_Lafromboise) sporting a fashionable APIs and APIs […]
There’s no doubt that the Colorado Front Range is a haven for beer lovers and most of us GeoGeeks know that the area is also a hotbed of geospatial activity and geo professionals. It should come as no surprise then that the area’s beer community should embrace geotechnology and spatial thinking to help promote the […]