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Looking to host a fun and educational gathering for your co-workers, friends and family?  We can customize a trolley tour or walking tour specifically yo your needs or choose from our popular tavern tours:

Boooze! Haunted Chicago and Devil In The Bar City are pretty spooktacular in October and November.

Deck The Pubs! Chicago’s Christmas Stories is cheery in December.

Scofflaws & Speakeasies: Prohibition Era Chicago is a great one year round.

Drinking Up The Chicago Flag provides an overview of Chicago via our flag, and bars of course!

E-mail liz@historyontap.com for more information.

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Is your organization looking for a way to attract new audiences and provide an engaging public program?  History on Tap founder, Liz Garibay, has lectured at a variety of cultural institutions and prestigious universities including Harvard University, The University of Chicago, The Newberry Library, the Chicago Humanities Festival and the Chicago History Museum.  Her talks focus on events in history but takes a look at them through the lens of alcohol.

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Liz has also provided custom talks and tours for an array of international companies including the Wrigley Company, the Research Board of New York City, Wells Fargo, Duvel Moortgat, AB InBev, the James Beard Awards and the U.S. Travel Association.

 

Don’t believe how fun or educational our tours are? Well then check this out. Please contact us to chat about topics, time, pricing, and anything else.  We pride ourselves in having real conversations with real people. E-mail us at liz@historyontap.com, include your number and we’ll give you a call.

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You’ll be happy to know that we are an official partner of Choose Chicago, the city’s tourism & marketing branch.  That means Chicago likes us and wants you to explore Chicago’s rich past via her awesome drinking establishments with us.  We couldn’t agree more.