What's on Tap
A weekly show featuring all the latest in craft beer, along with top celebrities. Hosted by Gary Monterosso, Tara Nurin and John Couchoud.
Gary Monterosso — From 2010-1017, I appeared on the two-hour History Channel show called “The Epic History of Everyday Things.” I am the author of the book, “Artisan Beers,” and have won several national writing awards. In 2018, I started teaching beer appreciation classes at Wilmington University. I have appeared on television programs discussing craft beers and have guested on BBC radio offering an American perspective on the beverage. In late 2014, I lent my expertise to CBS News New York, by offering fall beer recommendations. For the last couple of years, I have worked with USA Today as a consultant regarding best breweries, best new beers and more. One of the highlights of my career was a three-year stint on the Sirius Satellite Radio network, talking about the latest happenings in the beer world. In 2014, I was selected by Chilled Magazine to be a member of the “Chilled 100,” recognizing me as one of the top 100 beverage personalities in the United States.
Tara Nurin — What’s on Tap co-host Tara Nurin is the beer and spirits contributor to Forbes, the drinks columnist for New Jersey Monthly and a writer for publications like Food & Wine, Vice Munchies, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and more. She’s won numerous writing awards — most notably two first place awards from the North American Guild of Beer Writers and the inaugural Epikur Writer of the Year designation from the Wine School of Philadelphia. The certified beer judge teaches beer and tourism classes for Wilmington University and Stockton University and leads seminars for entities like the Smithsonian. The Camden, NJ, homeowner founded the state’s original group for female beer consumers and volunteers as the archivist for the international Pink Boots Society for women in the industry.
Tune in every Saturday from 1-2 pm.