Steve Kirby has a simple reason for launching his new beer review website. “I tried some other beer review sites, but couldn’t find any I completely liked,” he said. “I thought I could do better.” Earlier this month, the 25-year-old Reynoldsburg man launched Beer RAM, a free site. “My goal for Beer RAM is to help others navigate the craft beer market and encourage them to try new beers,” he said. “I would love to see beer enthusiasts from all over the country benefiting in some way from the site.” He said his website is easier to use than some others. “These other sites typically only allow users to rate beers and then force them to be very descriptive with their reviews,” Kirby said. “Beer RAM lets the user describe beers in as much or as little detail as they would like. After all, they are essentially writing a reminder to themselves about their opinion of that beer. Beer RAM also allows users to keep a list of beers they want to try and beers they are currently holding on to.” Participants also can become “drinking buddies” and suggest beers to each other to try. The site also can be tied into popular social media sites to share with their friends. And in case you’re wondering where the name Beer RAM came from, Kirby has a background in computer science. RAM – or random access memory -- is a type of computer memory and Kirby just merged beer with RAM. To check out the website, click here.