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Mobile App Helps Bars Manage Changing Beer Selections

Taplister helps customers and bartender up-to-date on what's being poured at their favorite bars.
Draft coverage: Taplister's Kerry Finsand. Source: Photography by Toni Greaves

With more than Leavenworth prison and about 50 breweries within city limits, Portland, Ore., sits at the center of the craft beer revolution. But promoting brews in Beervana can be a challenge. Consider EastBurn, a popular gastropub that doesn't label its 16 taps, each of whichÂ

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