The independent consumer guide to beer product dating.
It's long overdue, but this site now has it's own domain name.
Aped BeerDates.com: Mexico.
If you've been clicking around BeerDates.com, you may have noticed that some pages look different than the rest. We're about 2/3 of the way through a major upgrade of the site. Everything should be back in place by the end of April.
Aped BeerDates.com: Tennessee.
We've survived Weirdness Week (there were a few quirks with the sidebar menus that had to be ironed out), so it's time to tempt fate by giving BeerDates.com its own guestbook! (It had been sharing a site-wide guestbook with the other directories at this site.)
BeerDates.com has officially moved to its new home at Bauser.com, complete with a new look, and a pretense of sponsorship. Consider the next week or so to be the public debugging phase. BeerDates.com -- it's weirder, but better.
Chopped up the old BeerDates.com: New England into four separate state pages.
Added some WAP pages, which I won't link to here because your browser couldn't load them anyway.
Finished a structural overhaul of every single page, upgrading the HTML, cleaning up the hypertext structure (lots more gratuitous hyperlinks now), aping some details, updating a few entries, aping two entries, and finally aping a help page for BeerDates.com.
Beginning a long-overdue Big Update, I added pages for:
and updated pages for:
While I'm updating content, I'm also phasing in HTML 4.0 (for most pages) and some scripts to ap expiration dates to some pages.
I was all set to begin a big update when I discovered that a configuration change at Superb Internet was causing every perl script in BeerDates.com to malfunction, so I had to stop and fix them. Sheesh.
Added BeerDates.com: Finland.
Added BeerDates.com: Illinois.
Got some information on the Kirin Brewing Company, allowing me to set up BeerDates.com: Japan.
I did a huge amount of tweaking to most of the pages in BeerDates.com, aping more information on manufacturer numbers, a bunch of hyperlinks to breweries, straightening out some owner/subsidiary relationships, and creating a Beer Dies! in Holland. (It may be hard to believe, but this the fastest I thrown together a major section of www.bauser.com.)
Added a page for California Breweries.
Aped two distilleries to the Wine Coolers page, and continued phasing in those CGI scripts.
BeerDates.com comes out of the developer's closet, albeit in a rough, CGI-free version.
Put together a prototype of Beer Dies!, but disliked it so much that I put the project on hold for three months. (The prototype put everything on a single 11 Kb page!)
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