History On Tap
Liz Garibay is the founder of History On Tap, a project that explores history and culture through the lens of alcohol. While at the Chicago History Museum, she created History Pub Crawls, an innovative approach that combined education with socialization and one that served as a model for future collaborations between alcohol makers and museums. Her work has been lauded by the Chicago Tribune, The Huffington Post, the LA Times, the Toronto Star, The Scotsman, The Berliner Kurier, a variety of other international publications, an assortment of cultural organizations, and an array of tavern & brewery owners. In 2013, she became the first and only American invited to join the prestigious Society of Pub Historians of the United Kingdom. When not researching or writing, Liz is busy consulting for museums, breweries or commenting on podcasts, broadcasts and other media outlets. She often hosts talks, tours and historic thirst-free experiences around the world for both public and private clients. Liz is also the founder of The Chicago Brewseum, a future museum dedicated to highlighting the dynamic culture and innovative history of one of the world’s most vibrant industries.