Mexico Beer

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Today in 1810, Mexico gained their Independence from Spain.

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Mexico Breweries

Mexico Brewery Guides

Other Guides

Guild: Asociacion Nacional De Cervez Mexico; Beer Manufacturers Association

National Regulatory Agency: Ministry of Health (Secretaria De Salud)

Beverage Alcohol Labeling Requirements: Labels must include the following information: Name or commercial trademark of the product; Name and address of importer; Net contents (in metric units); Country of origin; Alcohol content by percentage of total volume; Date marking, if applicable; Special instructions for use, storage, or handling, if necessary

Drunk Driving Laws: BAC 0.08% Note: Foreigners with recent (in the past 10 years) drunk-driving criminal convictions are generally refused entry at the border. Mexico’s Immigration Act section 36 considers any foreign drinking and driving outstanding charge or conviction as an Indictable offense (similar to a felony).

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  • Full Name: United Mexican States
  • Location: North America, bordering the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, between Belize and the United States and bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between Guatemala and the United States
  • Government Type: Federal Republic
  • Language: Spanish only 92.7%, Spanish and indigenous languages 5.7%, indigenous only 0.8%, unspecified 0.8% [Note: indigenous languages include various Mayan, Nahuatl, and other regional languages]
  • Religion(s): Roman Catholic 76.5%, Protestant 5.2% (Pentecostal 1.4%, other 3.8%), Jehovah’s Witnesses 1.1%, other 0.3%, unspecified 13.8%, none 3.1%
  • Capital: Mexico City
  • Population: 114,975,406; 11th
  • Area: 1,964,375 sq km, 14th
  • Comparative Area: Slightly less than three times the size of Texas
  • National Food: Mole poblano; Tacos
  • National Symbols: Golden Eagle; Dahlia; Ahuehuete (Taxodium mucronatum); Our Lady of Guadalupe, Castillo de Chapultepec, Teotihuacan, el Zocalo, sombrero, chocolate, mariachis; Eagle, snake and cactus
  • Affiliations: UN, OAS
  • Independence: From France and the UK, January 1, 1960

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  • Alcohol Legal: Yes
  • Minimum Drinking Age: 18
  • BAC: 0.08%
  • Number of Breweries: 34

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  • How to Say “Beer”: cerveza
  • How to Order a Beer: Una cerveza, por favor
  • How to Say “Cheers”: Salud
  • Toasting Etiquette: N/A

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Alcohol Consumption By Type:

  • Beer: 78%
  • Wine: <1%
  • Spirits: 21%
  • Other: 1%

Alcohol Consumption Per Capita (in litres):

  • Recorded: 5.02
  • Unrecorded: 3.40
  • Total: 8.42
  • Beer: 3.96

WHO Alcohol Data:

  • Per Capita Consumption: 5 litres
  • Alcohol Consumption Trend: Stable
  • Excise Taxes: Yes
  • Minimum Age: 18
  • Sales Restrictions: Time, places, specific events, petrol stations
  • Advertising Restrictions: Yes
  • Sponsorship/Promotional Restrictions: Yes

Patterns of Drinking Score: 4

Prohibition: Zapatista Communities will often ban alcohol as part of a collective decision. This has been used by many villages as a way to decrease domestic violence and has generally been favored by women. However, this is not recognized by federal Mexican law as the Zapatista movement is strongly opposed by the federal government.

The sale and purchase of alcohol is prohibited on and the night before certain national holidays, such as Natalicio de Benito Juárez (birthdate of Benito Juárez) and Día de la Revolución, which are meant to be dry nationally. The same “dry law” applies to the days before presidential elections every six years.

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Nicaragua Beer

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Today in 1821, Nicaragua gained their Independence from Spain.

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Nicaragua Breweries

Nicaragua Brewery Guides

Other Guides

Guild: None Known

National Regulatory Agency: None

Beverage Alcohol Labeling Requirements: Not Known

Drunk Driving Laws: BAC 0.08%

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  • Full Name: Republic of Nicaragua
  • Location: Central America, bordering both the Caribbean Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, between Costa Rica and Honduras
  • Government Type: Republic
  • Language: Spanish (official) 97.5%, Miskito 1.7%, other 0.8% [Note: English and indigenous languages found on the Atlantic coast]
  • Religion(s): Roman Catholic 58.5%, Protestant 23.2% (Evangelical 21.6%, Moravian 1.6%), Jehovah’s Witnesses 0.9%, other 1.7%, none 15.7%
  • Capital: Managua
  • Population: 5,727,707; 108th
  • Area: 130,370 sq km, 98th
  • Comparative Area: Slightly smaller than New York state
  • National Food: Gallo pinto
  • National Symbols: Turquoise-browed Motmot; Sacuanjoche
  • Affiliations: UN, OAS
  • Independence: From Spain, September 15, 1821

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  • Alcohol Legal: Yes
  • Minimum Drinking Age: 19
  • BAC: 0.08%
  • Number of Breweries: 1

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  • How to Say “Beer”: cerveza
  • How to Order a Beer: Una cerveza, por favor
  • How to Say “Cheers”: Salud
  • Toasting Etiquette: N/A

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Alcohol Consumption By Type:

  • Beer: 30%
  • Wine: 1%
  • Spirits: 69%

Alcohol Consumption Per Capita (in litres):

  • Recorded: 3.77
  • Unrecorded: 1.60
  • Total: 5.37
  • Beer: 1.13

WHO Alcohol Data:

  • Per Capita Consumption: 3.8 litres
  • Alcohol Consumption Trend: Stable
  • Excise Taxes: Yes
  • Minimum Age: 18
  • Sales Restrictions: Time, intoxicated persons
  • Advertising Restrictions: No
  • Sponsorship/Promotional Restrictions: No

Patterns of Drinking Score: 3

Prohibition: None

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Honduras Beer

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Today in 1821, Honduras gained their Independence from Spain.

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Honduras Breweries

Honduras Brewery Guides

Other Guides

Guild: None Known

National Regulatory Agency: None

Beverage Alcohol Labeling Requirements: Not Known

Drunk Driving Laws: BAC 0.07%

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  • Full Name: Republic of Honduras
  • Location: Central America, bordering the Caribbean Sea, between Guatemala and Nicaragua and bordering the Gulf of Fonseca (North Pacific Ocean), between El Salvador and Nicaragua
  • Government Type: Democratic Constitutional Republic
  • Language: Spanish (official), Amerindian dialects
  • Religion(s): Roman Catholic 97%, Protestant 3%
  • Capital: Tegucigalpa
  • Population: 8,296,693; 93rd
  • Area: 112,090 sq km, 103rd
  • Comparative Area: Slightly larger than Tennessee
  • National Food: Baleada, Carne Asada, Sopa de Caracol (Conch Soup)
  • National Symbols: White-tailed deer, Scarlet Macaw; Hazelnut pine
  • Affiliations: UN, OAS
  • Independence: From Spain, September 15, 1821

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  • Alcohol Legal: Yes
  • Minimum Drinking Age: 18
  • BAC: 0.07%
  • Number of Breweries: 4

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  • How to Say “Beer”: cerveza
  • How to Order a Beer: Una cerveza, por favor
  • How to Say “Cheers”: Salud
  • Toasting Etiquette: N/A

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Alcohol Consumption By Type:

  • Beer: 40%
  • Wine: 1%
  • Spirits: 59%

Alcohol Consumption Per Capita (in litres):

  • Recorded: 3.08
  • Unrecorded: 1.40
  • Total: 4.48
  • Beer: 1.29

WHO Alcohol Data:

  • Per Capita Consumption: 3.1 litres
  • Alcohol Consumption Trend: Stable
  • Excise Taxes: Yes
  • Minimum Age: 18
  • Sales Restrictions: Time, places
  • Advertising Restrictions: Yes
  • Sponsorship/Promotional Restrictions: Yes

Patterns of Drinking Score: 3

Prohibition: None

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Guatemala Beer

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Today in 1821, Guatemala gained their Independence from Spain.

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Guatemala Breweries

Guatemala Brewery Guides

Other Guides

Guild: None Known

National Regulatory Agency: Organismo Internacional Regional de Sanidad Agropecuaria (OIRSA); Comisión Guatemalteca de Normas Guatemala Standards Commission (COGUANOR)

Beverage Alcohol Labeling Requirements: Labels must include the following information: Name of the product; Description of the product; Physical characteristics (including ingredients); Net weight/volume; Name, address, and telephone number of the distributor; Expiration date (if applicable)

Drunk Driving Laws: BAC 0.08%

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  • Full Name: Republic of Guatemala
  • Location: Central America, bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between El Salvador and Mexico, and bordering the Gulf of Honduras (Caribbean Sea) between Honduras and Belize
  • Government Type: Constitutional Democratic Republic
  • Language: Spanish (official) 60%, Amerindian languages 40% [Note: there are 23 officially recognized Amerindian languages, including Quiche, Cakchiquel, Kekchi, Mam, Garifuna, and Xinca]
  • Religion(s): Roman Catholic, Protestant, indigenous Mayan beliefs
  • Capital: Guatemala City
  • Population: 14,099,032; 69th
  • Area: 108,889 sq km, 107th
  • Comparative Area: Slightly smaller than Tennessee
  • National Food: Pepián
  • National Symbols: Quetzal; “Monja Blanca” orchid; Ceiba; Temple I of Tikal, St. Clara’s Arch in Antigua Guatemala, Lake Atitlan
  • Affiliations: UN, OAS
  • Independence: From Spain, September 15, 1821

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  • Alcohol Legal: Yes
  • Minimum Drinking Age: 18
  • BAC: 0.08%
  • Number of Breweries: 3

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  • How to Say “Beer”: cerveza
  • How to Order a Beer: Una cerveza, por favor
  • How to Say “Cheers”: Salud
  • Toasting Etiquette: The standard toast is to raise your glass and say, “Salud!” You should always offer your own toast: say how pleased you are to be in Guatemala and commend everyone for treating you in such a family-like manner.

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Alcohol Consumption By Type:

  • Beer: 47%
  • Wine: 1%
  • Spirits: 50%
  • Other: 2%

Alcohol Consumption Per Capita (in litres):

  • Recorded: 2.43
  • Unrecorded: 1.60
  • Total: 4.03
  • Beer: 1.12

WHO Alcohol Data:

  • Per Capita Consumption: 2.4 litres
  • Alcohol Consumption Trend: Stable
  • Excise Taxes: Yes
  • Minimum Age: 18
  • Sales Restrictions: Time, specific events
  • Advertising Restrictions: No
  • Sponsorship/Promotional Restrictions: No

Patterns of Drinking Score: 4

Prohibition: None

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El Salvador Beer

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Today in 1821, El Salvador gained their Independence from Spain.

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El Salvador Breweries

El Salvador Brewery Guides

Other Guides

Guild: None Known

National Regulatory Agency: None

Beverage Alcohol Labeling Requirements: Not Known

Drunk Driving Laws: BAC 0.05%

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  • Full Name: Republic of El Salvador
  • Location: Central America, bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between Guatemala and Honduras
  • Government Type: Republic
  • Language: Spanish (official), Nahua (among some Amerindians)
  • Religion(s): Roman Catholic 57.1%, Protestant 21.2%, Jehovah’s Witnesses 1.9%, Mormon 0.7%, other religions 2.3%, none 16.8%
  • Capital: San Salvador
  • Population: 6,090,646; 106th
  • Area: 21,041 sq km, 153rd
  • Comparative Area: Slightly smaller than Massachusetts
  • National Food: Pupusa
  • National Symbols: Turquoise-browed Motmot, Eumomota superciliosa (Torogoz); Maquilishuat (Tabebuia rosea)
  • Affiliations: UN, OAS
  • Independence: From Spain, September 15, 1821

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  • Alcohol Legal: Yes
  • Minimum Drinking Age: 18
  • BAC: 0.05%
  • Number of Breweries: 1

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  • How to Say “Beer”: cerveza
  • How to Order a Beer: Una cerveza, por favor
  • How to Say “Cheers”: Salud
  • Toasting Etiquette: When proposing a toast, people just raise the glass and say, “Salud!” You should always offer your own toast and should say something to the effect that you are pleased to be in El Salvador after hearing so much about it. Then commend the people for treating you in such a family-like manner.

    At the beginning of a meal, someone says “Buen provecho!” (Enjoy your food!). This is the most common social toast, and while not said as a toast in the strictest sense of the word, it’s a must for anyone eating with Salvadorans.

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Alcohol Consumption By Type:

  • Beer: 35%
  • Wine: 2%
  • Spirits: 63%

Alcohol Consumption Per Capita (in litres):

  • Recorded: 2.61
  • Unrecorded: 1.00
  • Total: 3.61
  • Beer: 0.88

WHO Alcohol Data:

  • Per Capita Consumption: 2.6 litres
  • Alcohol Consumption Trend: Stable
  • Excise Taxes: Yes
  • Minimum Age: 18
  • Sales Restrictions: Time, petrol stations
  • Advertising Restrictions: No
  • Sponsorship/Promotional Restrictions: No

Patterns of Drinking Score: 3

Prohibition: None

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United States Beer

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Today in 1776, the United States declared their Independence from Great Britain.

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United States Breweries
Last year I did a page of brewery links for each state, which can be found below:

United States Brewery Guides

Other Guides

Guilds: Brewers Association; Beer Institute, numerous State Guilds plus many additional U.S. organizations

National Regulatory Agency: TTB

Beverage Alcohol Labeling Requirements: TTB Requirements

Drunk Driving Laws: BAC 0.08%

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  • Full Name: United States of America
  • Location: North America, bordering both the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Pacific Ocean, between Canada and Mexico
  • Government Type: Constitution-based federal republic
  • Language: English 82.1%, Spanish 10.7%, other Indo-European 3.8%, Asian and Pacific island 2.7%, other 0.7%
  • Religion(s): Protestant 51.3%, Roman Catholic 23.9%, Mormon 1.7%, other Christian 1.6%, Jewish 1.7%, Buddhist 0.7%, Muslim 0.6%, other or unspecified 2.5%, unaffiliated 12.1%, none 4%
  • Capital: Washington, DC
  • Population: 313,847,465; 3rd
  • Area: 9,826,675 sq km, 3rd
  • Comparative Area: About half the size of Russia; about three-tenths the size of Africa; about half the size of South America (or slightly larger than Brazil); slightly larger than China; more than twice the size of the European Union
  • National Food: Apple pie; hamburger; roast turkey; plus many states have their own official state foods
  • National Symbols: Bald Eagle, American Bison; Rose; Oak; Statue of Liberty, Mount Rushmore, Liberty Bell; Stars and Stripes
  • Nickname: America, Uncle Sam
  • Affiliations: UN, NATO, OAS, Pacific Community
  • Independence: Declared from the UK, July 4, 1776 / Recognized by Great Britain, September 3, 1783

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  • Alcohol Legal: Yes
  • Minimum Drinking Age: 21 [Note: The National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984 withholds revenue from states that allow the purchase of alcohol by anyone under the age of 21. Prior to the effective date of that Act, the drinking age varied from state to state.]
  • BAC: 0.08%
  • Number of Breweries: 2,000+

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  • How to Say “Beer”: beer
  • How to Order a Beer: one beer, please
  • How to Say “Cheers”: cheers
  • Toasting Etiquette: toasts

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Alcohol Consumption By Type:

  • Beer: 53%
  • Wine: 16%
  • Spirits: 31%

Alcohol Consumption Per Capita (in litres):

  • Recorded: 8.44
  • Unrecorded: 1.00
  • Total: 9.44
  • Beer: 4.47

WHO Alcohol Data:

  • Per Capita Consumption: 8.4 litres
  • Alcohol Consumption Trend: Stable
  • Excise Taxes: Yes
  • Minimum Age: 21
  • Sales Restrictions: No
  • Advertising Restrictions: No
  • Sponsorship/Promotional Restrictions: N/A

Patterns of Drinking Score: 2

Prohibition: 1920-1933

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eBuzzing (Formerly Wikio) Beer Blog Rankings For December 2011

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The December 2011 standings may have been updated for December, though since there’s no North American presence or website, it’s hard to be sure. For those of you who still have a widget on your blog’s homepage, you may have noticed that the name has changed from Wikio to eBuzzing. As the so-called “consultant,” they told me that would coming back in September. My contact at Wikio also told me his employment contract was ending and he was unsure as to whether it would be renewed. In case it wasn’t, he also copied me on another person there who would be my contact in the event his contract wasn’t renewed. I’ve written e-mails to both of them since September and thus far have received no replies from anyone at eBuzzing.

If you have a widget and clicked on the link, you may also have noticed that it goes nowhere, to a “404 Error Not Found” page. Several people have written me, wondering what’s going on, and sadly, I’ve been unable to shed any light on the situation. They’re not exactly showing that the North American market is very important to them or their business. Gerard Walen, from RoadTrips4Beer, posted on their UK blog and got the following reply:

For the moment US rankings have not been incorporated into the site. We will notify you once the US rankings are once more included at the same high quality as our European rankings.

And to his follow-up, half-joking, question, they said:

For the moment we are focusing on European countries, but will be looking to include more filters for more countries in the future.

So apparently there are no North American rankings or website for now, and they thought it fairly unimportant to let anybody know, or even post that information on the new eBuzzing website. They don’t necessarily owe us an explanation, but it sure would have been nice if they’d let someone know or at least let that information be readily available for anyone who might have been interested in finding out what happened instead of just shutting down their North American operations.

Though curiously, the widgets that are still out there have changed, as if they’ve been updated for December. Every one of them except Jeff from Beervana has plummeted, dropping quite a bit, though a few that weren’t in the Top 20 last month now are. I only know this through the completely unscientific method of having visited every blog on the Top 20 list for the last six months to see if they have a widget and, if so, what their ranking is now, and comparing that to November.

UPDATE: Thanks to Bill Night from It’s Pub Night who figured out how to check any URL using the code from the widget. (Thanks Bill.) Based on that, I was able to sort out the Top 16, and several more using all the beer blogs that made the list over the last six months. Obviously, numbers 17-20 include some blogs that hadn’t made the list before. There are also others below 20 that haven’t been on the list lately, but I can’t really go through the complete list of beer blogs to fill in the missing ones. (Note: If you know your December ranking and it isn’t listed here, please drop me a note and I’ll add you.)

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eBuzzing December 2011 Beer Blog Rankings (Maybe)

1 Beervana (=)
2 Seen Through a Glass (Not in Top 20 in November)
3 Brewpublic (=)
4 A Good Beer Blog (=)
5 The New School (+1)
6 Appellation Beer Blog (-1)
7 It’s Pub Night (+1)
8 Brookston Beer Bulletin (-6)
9 Oakshire Brewing (+5)
10 The Brew Site (+9)
11 BetterBeerBlog (+2)
12 Beeronomics (Below Top 20 Last Month)
13 The Stone Blog (Not in Top 20 in November)
14 Drink With The Wench (-7)
15 Washington Beer Blog (-6)
16 The Not So Professional Beer Blog (Below Top 20 Last Month)
21 The Brew Lounge (Below Top 20 Last Month)
23 Hoosier Beer Geek (-12)
24 KC Beer Blog (-9)
26 The Daily Pull (Below Top 20 Last Month)
28 Seattle Beer News (-16)
31 Beer PHXation (-11)
33 The Pour Curator (Below Top 20 Last Month)
35 Beer In Baltimore (Below Top 20 Last Month)
36 San Diego Beer Blog (-20)
37 I Love Beer (Below Top 20 Last Month)
39 Road Trips for Beer (-22)
40 Beer-Stained Letter (Below Top 20 Last Month)
44 The Potable Curmudgeon (?)
49 Brewer’s Log (Blog) (?)
52 Yours For Good Fermentables (-39)
53 Top Fermented (-43)
58 Craft Austin (?)
65 Beer 47 (Below Top 20 Last Month)
67 Brewed For Thought (?)
68 Beer at 6512 (?)
69 Musings Over a Pint (?)
Session Beer Project (Below Top 20 Last Month)

This, of course, may be the last month for these rankings. I always stressed that this was just a bit of fun and that we shouldn’t take it too seriously. But I have to say that the way they’ve handled the transition from Wikio to eBuzzing has left a bad taste in my mouth. I certainly understand that changes have to be made when companies merge, but keeping the people who might want to know in the dark is never the right way to go about it, at least in my opinion. Especially when you consider that the merger was first announced two years ago, in December 2009. C’est la vie. It was fun while it lasted.

Wikio Beer Blog Rankings For November 2011

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The November 2011 standings have just been released for Wikio’s Beer Blogs. Beervana increased his streak at the top to three consecutive months, with the rest of the Top 10 shuffling around. Here’s what happened to the Top 20 over last month:

Wikio November 2011 Beer Blog Rankings

1 Beervana (=)
2 Brookston Beer Bulletin (+2)
3 Brewpublic (+4)
4 A Good Beer Blog (+10)
5 Appellation Beer: Beer From a Good Home (-2)
6 The New School (-4)
7 Drink With The Wench (-1)
8 It’s Pub Night (+4)
9 Washington Beer Blog (-4)
10 Top Fermented (Not in Top 20 in October)
11 Hoosier Beer Geek (-3)
12 Seattle Beer News (Not in Top 20 in October)
13 Yours For Good Fermentables (Not in Top 20 in October)
14 Oakshire Brewing (Not in Top 20 in October)
15 KC Beer Blog (+4)
16 San Diego Beer Blog (+4)
17 Road Trips for Beer (-6)
18 Seen Through a Glass (=)
19 The Brew Site (-4)
20 Beer PHXation (-4)

Ranking made by Wikio

As usual, I included the relative movements of each blog from last month. Four new blogs emerged in the Top 20 that weren’t there last month, which is exactly what happened last month. Otherwise, there were a number of moderate swings, with movement 4 or 6 places being the most common. As always, I continue to stress that this is just a bit of fun and that we shouldn’t take it too seriously. Until the final month of 2011 ….

Wikio Beer Blog Rankings For October 2011

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The October 2011 standings have been released for Wikio’s Beer Blogs. No changes at the Top 2 spots, with Jeff, from Beervana and The New School at 1 and 2 again. Here’s what happened to the Top 20 over last month:

Wikio October 2011 Beer Blog Rankings

1 Beervana (=)
2 The New School (=)
3 Appellation Beer: Beer From a Good Home (+6)
4 Brookston Beer Bulletin (+1)
5 Washington Beer Blog (+3)
6 Drink With The Wench (-3)
7 Brewpublic (-1)
8 Hoosier Beer Geek (+2)
9 Beer 47 (Not in Top 20 in September)
10 The Daily Pull (+4)
11 Road Trips for Beer (Not in Top 20 in September)
12 It’s Pub Night (+1)
13 BetterBeerBlog (+4)
14 A Good Beer Blog (-7)
15 The Brew Site (-4)
16 Beer PHXation (Not in Top 20 in September)
17 The Session Beer Project™ (-1)
18 Seen Through a Glass (-3)
19 KC Beer Blog (-7)
20 San Diego Beer Blog (Not in Top 20 in September)

Ranking made by Wikio

As usual, I included the relative movements of each blog from last month. Four new blogs emerged in the Top 20 that weren’t there last month. Otherwise, only a few moderate swings. For the most part, things to move around too much this month. As always, I continue to stress that this is just a bit of fun and that we shouldn’t take it too seriously. Until next month ….

Wikio Beer Blog Rankings For September 2011

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The September 2011 standings have been released for Wikio’s Beer Blogs. I got an e-mail about them while I was on my way to Chile, and responded, but never heard back. The person who compiled the rankings, Florian, apparently had his contract coming up for renewal and wasn’t sure if he’d be back or not.

Jeff, from Beervana, overtaking The New School who had reached thetop spot for the first time last month. Here’s what happened to the Top 20 over last month:

Wikio September 2011 Beer Blog Rankings

1 Beervana (+2)
2 The New School (-1)
3 Drink With The Wench (+3)
4 The Stone Blog (+7)
5 Brookston Beer Bulletin (-1)
6 Brewpublic (-4)
7 A Good Beer Blog (=)
8 Washington Beer Blog (+1)
9 Appellation Beer: Beer From a Good Home (-4)
10 Hoosier Beer Geek (+7)
11 The Brew Site (+5)
12 KC Beer Blog (+2)
13 It’s Pub Night (+8)
14 The Daily Pull (-6)
15 Seen Through a Glass (+7)
16 The Session Beer Project™ (+4)
17 BetterBeerBlog (-5)
18 Oakshire Brewing (=)
19 The Not So Professional Beer Blog (-9)
20 Brewer’s Log (Blog) (-7)

Ranking made by Wikio

As usual, I included the relative movements of each blog from last month. Movement seems to have started to accelerate somewhat, there’s a lot more blogs changing places up and down the list. As always, I continue to stress that this is just a bit of fun and that we shouldn’t take it too seriously. Until next month ….