In Tampa, I've noticed some trends. With the proliferation of local breweries (CCB, 7venth Sun, Angry Chair, etc...) we've had a sharp increase in the interest of craft beer over the last 4 or so years. We've also had a sharp increase in beer bars. It used to be that Mr. Dunderback's and New World Brewery were the only places to find craft beer in town. Now we have a ton of beer bars. This is a good thing, don't get me wrong. And i am a capitalist, so i don't have a problem with people making money; it just seems some places lack a bit of heart. For example, there is a local franchise that boasts an impressive 500 bottle selection, but much of it is either run-of-the-mill imports or the same American craft i find everywhere else. When they did get a slim of Bells 9k, it was on all weekend! Did they not know what they had? Was it poorly marketed? Or do self-glossed "geeks" stay away from "chain" craft beer bars? If they had something different like a vintage list would that change my mind about them? I like the wide selection, both draft and bottle, but find myself with a slight disdain for a "homogenized" beer bar. Anyone else having these internal conflicts?