During a recent brewery horizontal of Against the Grain (AtG), several of their beers turned out to be collaborations. This is all well & good, but the problem (?) arises when there is no set standard for formatting the names of these beers. What ends up happening is that without uniform naming guidelines and the default sort guidelines of the site, it becomes problematic to find these beers as they do not show up (strictly) alphabetically. Phew! I am not going to bother with examples as they are rampant, but I would like to give an example of my proposed format for collaboration beers: Primary Brewer / Secondary Brewer / Tertiary Brewer - Beer Name Please note the spaces between the diacritical marks. At first, I was against them, but in retrospect, a) they make the delineation clearer between brewers, b) this seems to be the consensus format, based on many users' entries & c) it allows one to see where the breweries' names end and the beer name begins. An example: Stillwater / Sleeping Giant - Collaborations Are For Lovers and another: Against the Grain / Freigeist - Gegen Den Strom Knupp I know that this may come across as pretty anal, but as an early-database US Navy Storekeeper, when you do not have standardization within the database, you lose the ability to see all entries equally. It may seem invisible to you as an enduser, but those spaces and diacritical marks are essential when sorting in alpha order as this site does. Without them, it skews the sort and may render a beer "invisible", leading to the addition of a duplicate listing simply because the sort put the entry lower on the page. Jeez, I know that this sounds like the rant of a Data Programming Specialist (DP), which I initially thought of becoming, but it is simply attention to detail. The old adage, "The Devil is in the details" applies. I will be VERY interested to hear of others' thoughts.