For instance, Burton Baton is a relatively unique beer yet it has a surprising amount of recommendations associated with it while many other beers have few or none.
Also, how were the beers picked out? Its a relatively small set and its not based on popularity - which would give people a better reference point. And if its based on rating, I'm surprised at some of the beers not on the list.
What's here is interesting, but more of a "show me beers based on the category".
Also, the site looks awful on my iPad. I didn't even stick around long enough to figure out the point of the site because the elements overlaying each other was really annoying.
I can think of no better way to grow someone's beer knowledge than to direct individuals to better quality versions of beer they are currently enjoying.
if i choose "light" i get WarsteinerPremiumDunkel, SpatenDunkel, HofbräuDunkel, etc. "Dunkel" means "dark", so they are no light beers. And the camelCase should be with spaces instead.
I'm not very exotic.