From the HBD Archive
From: (Michael L. Hall)
Subject: On Tap (World Beer Review)
Date: 1992-07-09 20:44:03 GMT

Randy J. Smith writes:

>I got a flyer in the mail today for a book on brewpubs across the US called
>"On Tap". I'd like to hear opinions on this book before I get it. It's only
>$15 or so, but that could be spent on something better, like brew supplies!

"On Tap" is put out by the World Beer Review people (Steve Johnson, I believe).
It details brewpubs and micros in the U.S. with a page showing locations,
directions, beers available, and info about the type of place (fern bar, yuppie
hangout, sleazepit or whatever). It was put out in 1991 (I think) and there is
already a supplement out. It costs about $15 and the supplement costs about
$10. WBR has ads in Zymurgy, and is located in Clemson, SC. If anybody is
really interested, and can't find them in Zymurgy, I will post the address (I
don't have it with me now).

I don't have the supplement yet, but I do have "On Tap" and I would recommend
it to anybody that does a lot of traveling to different cities and wants to
check out the local beer.

And, no, I have no connection to WBR.

Mike Hall

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