For me, the place that really put craft beer in my focus was the "Buckeye Beer Engine" in Lakewood,OH. I did not ge to spend too many nights there, as I moved away shortly after they opened, but its still a favorite spot to visit whenever I head towards home. It was the first place I had ever been to that really utilized their tap system for great beers. I had been to plenty of places with 20-100 taps, but even those still pretty much carried the standards in BMC. The first time I entered the Beer Engine, it was in April and they were doing an IPA month. 27 taps, with about 15 different IPAs. I told the manager that I was not much of an IPA fan, and he walked me through 4-5 different ones in one evening and I have have been in love with IPAs ever since. The 27 taps rotate any time one blows, so the chalkboard is constantly updating and paper copies of draft list are obsolete by mid afternoon usually. And their house beers, Buckeye Brewing, were always flavorful and priced for friendly consumption. If draft was not your choice, they had hundreds of specialty bottles available, most from breweries I had never even heard of. To any of you in the Cleveland area that have checked out the Beer Engine, what are you waiting for?