Conversations with Beer Bloggers – Tom Aguero of Queen City Drinks

Meet Tom Aguero from Queen City Drinks in this episode of Conversations with Beer Bloggers. Find out about Cincinnati beer and why Tom’s beer fridge is empty.

“I read a lot of stuff about bloggers who don’t have an idea of what to post. I have like 30 drafts right now. I don’t have enough time to post all the things that I want.”

Have you checked out the other episodes of Conversations with Beer Bloggers?

Meet Carla Companion — The Beer Babe

Meet Bryan Roth — This is Why I’m Drunk

Meet Ryan Mould — Mould’s Beer Blog

Meet Nick McCormac — Drink. Blog. Repeat.

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8 thoughts on “Conversations with Beer Bloggers – Tom Aguero of Queen City Drinks

  1. Watching this video helps me understand why I’ve been selected for “enhanced pat downs” at airports…..

    Also, for anyone coming to Cincinnati I totally failed the “what bar would I take you too question” The BEST answer is Arnold’s Bar and Grill! A 180 some year old bar that still has the bathtub they used to make gin during prohibition and was a favorite spot of Jerry Springer while he was mayor of Cincinnati. Yes, THAT Jerry Spring… he was mayor till he bounced a check to a prostitute. Oh, and Arnold’s has like 15 taps of all local beer with quite a few one offs only found at Arnold’s.

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