Dec

5

Rate our beer with Beerdo on twitter and get entered to win some free shit

There’s a new beer rating website these days. It’s called Beerdo. The beauty of this wonderful concept is that you can rate beers via twitter. So the next time you’re sampling some beer and not near your computer, you can just send a txt review to twitter (set up your cell phone on twitter here, if you haven’t already).

To sweeten the deal, for the next two weeks any Flying Dog beer reviewed on Beerdo will be entered in a contest to win some Flying Dog shit. We’ll draw a name at random and the lucky winner will receive some awesome Flying Dog merch. We’ll also be giving out prizes to some of the more creative descriptions of our beer. Think of it as our Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa/Festivus present to you.

Contest begins now, and ends at Noon EST on December 19, 2008.

Here’s how to rate a beer via Beero from twitter:

    1. Create a new tweet.
    2. Start it with @beerdo
    3. Next, type the name of the beer you’re rating. For example, Flying Dog Doggie Style Pale Ale
    4. To rate your beer, use 1-5 exclamation points (1 is low, 5 is awesome)
    5. You can then use the rest of your message to describe the beer you’re drinking.

So your tweet would look something like this:

    @beerdo Flying Dog Gonzo Imperial Porter !!!!! This beer is as big as Hunter’s reputation, and I love the massive but balanced brew.

We’ll be monitoring all tweets with “@beerdo” and “flying Dog” in them, so make sure your reviews about our beers contain those terms.

We’re really excited about Beerdo for a bunch of reasons. One of those is that it’s a unique and innovative way to rate beers on the fly. So if you’re at a bar and trying Double Dog for the first time, it’s easiest to review the beer as you’re drinking it.

So tweet away, fans of Flying Dog!


thebrit2005 says:

great beer guys….. love it

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