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10 essential booze apps

We've all been there.

Standing in the supermarket wine aisle, overwhelmed by uniform rows of "less than a tenner" bottles. A distinguished craft beer pub, boasting more taps than a plumber's van.

In the end you do what any decent chap would - pick the option with the best label.

But what if there was a better way? What if there existed some application that could call on the social powers of your smartphone to aid you in the selection of the best booze?

Time to stop dreaming: here are the best booze apps to download, instantly enhancing your knowledge of wine, beer and spirits in a few taps. Drink up.

(Image: Rex)

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