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First and foremost, a big THANK YOU to all of the bar owners who’ve signed up for the new Taplister. You guys really rock. A handful of you have asked about promoting Taplister, and we wanted to let you know that we’ve heard you. Here’s what we recommend:



You can add a Taplister badge on your site that links directly back to Taplister. All you need to do is to log in to your account and grab the code. You can find the badge by clicking “SETTINGS” at the top, and then the “Goodies” tab. Birra Deli (Tualatin, OR) is using a Taplister badge on their site. Here’s a look at the full set of Taplister badges:




The easiest way to link to your tap list is to link to your bar’s page on in a new window. Check out the Manito Tap House’s (Spokane, WA) site – the link to Taplister (“On Tap”) is  front and center. The best part – this method is free to anyone who has claimed their bar.


Embed the Taplister widget directly on your web site, in a Facebook page tab, or anywhere you can place HTML. Embedding your tap list keeps it up to date in real time everywhere at once. Check out Freshcraft (Denver, CO) for a great example. The widget is free for Keg and Case customers, and you can find it in the Bar Owner admin as well.
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