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We are a small group of people drinking a specially brewed beer every week, and we need a rating system for them. Until now, we have been using a simple spreadsheet, but that's not user-friendly and hard to get online.

So, is there anyone who knows of a good system for what we want? Or maybe where to ask this question. I'm not sure MSO is the right place; if not, please do direct me in the right direction.

Any further questions, don't hesitate to ask.

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closed as off topic by George Stocker, Bill the Lizard May 26 '10 at 19:37

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Meta is not the proper place to ask this. Meta is specifically for asking questions about the Stack Overflow family of websites. For a CMS recommendation... I'm unsure if there is one among them which is best for your inquiry (closest I think is Super User but I'm not the most keen on their policies). –  Grace Note May 26 '10 at 19:32
I'm adding that user picture to my 'adblock' list. –  George Stocker May 26 '10 at 19:32
ccomet# Okay, I will take a look there, I was also much in doubt myself. George Stacker# Thats fine I guess –  Syska May 29 '10 at 23:10

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As you suspected, this is not the right venue for your question. Meta is for questions about StackOverflow, ServerFault and SuperUser. Check out the list of StackExchange sites; I know there's at least one brewing site.

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And stackapps.com –  Jeff Yates May 26 '10 at 19:33
Yes ... now er are getting somewhere. This was the best and only answer. –  Syska May 29 '10 at 23:16

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