I love the PLACES section of BA (formerly the BeerFly) because it helps me to find out about new craft beer spots. My question and sincere concern is regarding the "add a place" function and what seems like a lenient sense of "beer centric" as a criterion for adding. Some of the craft beer world is changing. More ordinary, non-craft focused restaurants are adding more taps than in the past - quite a large number, even in lesser beer metros like Phoenix. But often these are just the addition of several BMC adjunct beers or faux crafts like Shock Top, Blue Moon, etc. alongside Stella and similar light flavor macro imports, and then a small smattering of ordinary local beers that are starting to be available just about anywhere. That would have been rare in Phoenix ten years ago. But not now. My point is this - if this counts as a beer centric place, then we're not far off from having an unwieldy list of places that is actually unhelpful for distinguishing which ones are really beer centric and which ones are not. I think that (1) we're past the point where quantity of taps automatically equals beer centric, and (2) mere presence of just a few locals equals beer centric. Can a good case be made for tighter use of the criteria? Honestly I wonder if some additions are just owners or friends of owners trying to plug a place that isn't really a craft beer centric sort of place. I've been burned before by going out of my way to try a place, and I think other BA's would like to avoid this too.