GREAT BEER QUEST YEAR IN REVIEW: BY THE NUMBERS
As previously mentioned, it’s officially been a full year here at The Great Beer Quest, and we have the stats to prove it. We covered a lot in the past year, so here’s a short recap of all that went down at GBQ by the numbers:
296
The number of total posts, divided by 365 gives a solid .81 average posts per day.
233
The number of beer scores I gave out. This was a bit harder to count but it should be approximately accurate
6
The number of beers that currently hold a perfect score of 10/10. They are Westvleteren 12, Founders KBS, Alesmith Speedway Stout, The Bruery Fruet, Bells Expedition Stout, and Struise Pannepot Grand Reserva (2005).
3
The lowest score ever given in a review: Carlsberg Carl’s Special Dark
42
The number of simply incredible beers that received a score of 9.5 or higher.
59
The number of stouts reviewed in the last year, clearly my favorite style. 
8.49
The average score given, which is solid B, not too shabby.
50
The most notes achieved on a single original post. Interestingly it wasn’t a beer review but the column: Why drink craft beer? If you missed it, you can check it out here: http://thegreatbeerquest.tumblr.com/drinkbeer
95
The number of different breweries who’s beers were reviewed. 
Alright now that we documented all the years activity there’s really only one thing left to do: beat them all next year. 
Cheers,
GBQ

GREAT BEER QUEST YEAR IN REVIEW: BY THE NUMBERS

As previously mentioned, it’s officially been a full year here at The Great Beer Quest, and we have the stats to prove it. We covered a lot in the past year, so here’s a short recap of all that went down at GBQ by the numbers:

296

The number of total posts, divided by 365 gives a solid .81 average posts per day.

233

The number of beer scores I gave out. This was a bit harder to count but it should be approximately accurate

6

The number of beers that currently hold a perfect score of 10/10. They are Westvleteren 12, Founders KBS, Alesmith Speedway Stout, The Bruery Fruet, Bells Expedition Stout, and Struise Pannepot Grand Reserva (2005).

3

The lowest score ever given in a review: Carlsberg Carl’s Special Dark

42

The number of simply incredible beers that received a score of 9.5 or higher.

59

The number of stouts reviewed in the last year, clearly my favorite style. 

8.49

The average score given, which is solid B, not too shabby.

50

The most notes achieved on a single original post. Interestingly it wasn’t a beer review but the column: Why drink craft beer? If you missed it, you can check it out here: http://thegreatbeerquest.tumblr.com/drinkbeer

95

The number of different breweries who’s beers were reviewed. 

Alright now that we documented all the years activity there’s really only one thing left to do: beat them all next year. 

Cheers,

GBQ

07/17/12 at 1:37pm
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