If you are a frequent drinker, you've special database probably searched the app store for a drink special app - something that will tell you what drinks are on special at which bars/restaurants in your immediate vicinity. Depending on where you special database are, you might be able to find something that halfway works, but the quality of these apps is surprisingly poor. Often they are out of date, have low coverage or local establishments, or just plain don't work as special database advertised.
I would go as far as to say that these types of apps don't work special database and here's why. Almost all of the ones out there right now rely on individual people going to bars, writing down the specials, inputting them into the app, and then they are published. Do you see the problem here? No person or group of special database people can be tasked with constantly going to every place in a given area that sells alcohol every day and doing this. It's impossible. This is why the current stable of drink specials/happy hour apps don't work. I want to propose a new method or model for doing this - one that doesn't rely on special database individuals but on the businesses themselves. If there was some sort of central database where every restaurant/bar could enter their specials, it wouldn't suffer from the problems mentioned above.
If the business is managing their own special database in this "central database", it would always be up to date and "official". That central database should be accessible by anyone through a website or native app special database interface. Such a model would be highly beneficial for anyone looking for drink specials in a given town. With any such idea that requires widespread use to "work" or be useful, you have the initial problem of getting people on special database board. In this case, businesses.