Nearly every higher-end restaurant in the country has a wine list, and many have a list of specialty mixed drinks. But it is rare to find a "beer list" of any sort, much less containing anything of quality. (If you ask your waiter, he'll probably rattle of the typical BMC offerings, and if you're lucky a couple of imports like Stella, Guinness, Blue Moon, and Newcastle.) First, why is this? I would think that in this age when quality brews from around the world are readily available, a menu planner could come up with a dozen or so craft brews to represent several important styles to pair with a variety of foods, without requiring vast space in the refrigerators (I'd like more, but this seems like a reasonable start). And if you're talking about higher-end beers, I'd imagine the mark-up for profit could be significant as well. Second, what needs to take place for the current situation to change? Should the craft brewers lead the charge, using their money to fund a PR campaign? Or is this something that we as beer advocates should try to do (and if so, how)?