Grolsch Bar Hops
A lovely, simple app from Gustav Hallén and Anna Sager that allows you to see how much a bar's playlist matches your own taste in music helping you find the best bar close-by.
Who hasn't been in this situation? You want a drink but you have no idea where to go. Provided you're in at least a semi-decent sized town, there's probably a bunch of options around you but where do you go? You have you're own style and most the bars aren't going to do. How do you find those hidden gems with the best music and the best people?
Bar Hops helps you all that. A lovely, simple app that allows you to see how much a bar's playlist matches your own taste in music (via Spotify). This helps you to find the bar with the best soundtrack for you and, subsequently, the people who have the most in common with you.
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