Why choose a .beer domain?
Need a memorable website for your brewery or bar business? Look no further! A .beer domain extension can help you build a solid brand image before customers even walk through your door. It's unique, specific, and a natural fit for beer brands, breweries, bars, pubs, or any business connected to beer.
.beer facts, stats & history
.beer is a generic top-level domain (TLD) that was first introduced in 2014. It's managed by Minds and Machines (M+M), a Caribbean-based TLD registry service, and has over 15,000 registrants—a number that's expected to grow as more businesses enter the beer industry.
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Is .beer right for you?
A .beer domain name tells your audience exactly what you do before they visit your site. This makes it especially useful for anyone trying to build a beer-branded website. This includes everyone from bottle manufacturers to beer rating websites.
Ideas for your .beer domain
.beer is a natural choice for breweries, restaurants, bars, and pubs. The domain is also ideal for beer influencers, bloggers, reviewers, and businesses that work on the production side of beer making.
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FAQ - Learn more about .beer domains
.beer is a generic top-level domain (TLD). It’s ideal for breweries, bars, and beer brands around the world.
A .beer domain extension can help you build a branded website right from the get-go. It's unique, memorable, and versatile.
Anyone can buy a .beer domain name as long as it hasn't already been registered.
Yes, of course! You can buy a branded .beer domain name on Shopify.
Every Shopify domain comes with a free SSL certificate, including .beer. On other platforms, SSL certificates can cost you hundreds of dollars annually.