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BreweryDB's API offers 2 separate environments. Every request to the BreweryDB API requires an API key to be passed along with the request. [...] Our API offers 3 return types: JSON, XML and serialized PHP. Just like your API key, you can specify the return type by passing the format parameter in the query string of the request. [...] Write methods have no daily limit, meaning that you can write to our API as much as you want and it will not go against your request limit.