Books and beer may seem like an unlikely pairing, but for many Toledo area book lovers, they go together like pages and ink. Books on Tap is a unique book group that meets in local breweries to discuss their latest literary pick while enjoying a cold brew for those aged 21 and over.
Founded on the idea that a good book and a good beer are the perfect combination, Books on Tap brings together book lovers and craft beer enthusiasts for an evening of lively discussion and delicious drinks. This book group meets monthly at different Lucas County breweries, giving members the opportunity to explore new and exciting breweries while enjoying a lively conversation about books.
One of the key benefits of Books on Tap is the relaxed and casual environment it provides. Rather than meeting in a traditional library setting, the group meets in a laid-back brewery, which helps to foster a more relaxed and social atmosphere. Members are encouraged to share their thoughts and opinions about the book, and conversations often extend beyond the book to other topics, including personal experiences and current events. Perhaps the most notable aspect of Books on Tap is the sense of community that it provides. Members are able to connect with other book lovers and beer enthusiasts, forming friendships and building a sense of camaraderie.
Whether you’re a lifelong reader or a newcomer to the world of books, Books on Tap is a great way to connect with like-minded individuals and discover new and exciting books. So why not grab a cold one, crack open a book, and join the conversation?
Check out the breweries we’ll be visiting and the books we’ll be reading below!
Books on Tap is presented in partnership with the Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Destination Toledo, the 419 Ale Trail, and host breweries.