As an example of using the beer.db - open public domain beer n brewery data - added a page-a-day “eternal” calendar serving a different beer every day. See a live demo with an all-Austrian taproom (Feed) or build your own. All code and data is public domain. Cheers. Prost. Kampai.
News and Updates
The beerdb command line tool now includes a new build system (as a new and easier all-in-one option). To try it - use the new Datafile - a mini language a.k.a. domain-specific language (DSL) that lets you setup new beer.db’s in minutes. For example, to setup a beer.db for Austria use:
world 'openmundi/world.db', setup: 'countries' world 'openmundi/austria.db' beer 'openbeer/at-austria'
That’s it. Now run
$ beerdb build
The new build command will look for the
./Datafile script in your
working folder and
- Step 1) Download all datasets as zip archives (from GitHub) to
- Step 2) Create all database tables
- Step 3) Read/import all datasets from the zip archives in
./tmp(no need to unpack)
That’s it. Still early and rough. If you try the new Datafile build let us know how it goes.
PS: The repo also includes new quick starter Datafile templates. Use like
$ beerdb new <name> e.g. $ beerdb new at
See the new quick start Datafile repo for details.
Added a new repo, that is,
/maps for hosting ‘full-screen’
interactive beer maps with brewery listings.
Moved all beer, brewpub n brewery data for Bayern
(Baviria) to its own repo, that is,
Also includes all European Beer Star winners from Bayern (Baviria) for the years 2011, 2012 and 2013. Cheers. Prost.
Started (yet another) GitHub org, that is, beer.csv, that collects beer data in the CSV (comma-separated values) format for easy (re)use.
To get started added - for a change - beer statistics such as production, imports, exports, consumption, consumption per head, etc. Example:
Country,2009 (l),2010 (l),2011 (l) Austria,106.5,105.8,108.1 Belgium,81,78,78 ...
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