Beer Map showing breweries (green), homebrew clubs (red)
and the pop up for Middle Ages Brewing.
You have a great web site! I wanted to point out mine, www.nhbrewers.com/mapbeer.html. It's a google map of most things beer related, having a fairly extensive list of breweries, brewpubs, microbreweries, homebrew clubs, homebrew stores, etc. across the US.So he has taken Google maps and introduced data on each class of entity. Here is how it works. You can click on a list at the top to only show you the slected classes and colout coded little google flag thingies pop up on the map. Click on any little google flag thingie and you get a pop up that tells you location information as well as the best URL for more information.
A very very handy tool and obviously a lot of work. Have a got with it and forward suggestions. Michael was very happy to take a couple comments I had and I sure he will appreciate anything you would like to add as well.
Update: you know, the web is a wonderful thing and I was reminded that I had also been contacted sometime ago by the guys behind another great mapping tool at beermapping.com which focuses more on the craft brewing side. I cut and pasted a bit to show the bit I particularly like - the index of breweries on the right side of their maps.
So two good systems from two groups that like telling you where the good stuff is. Bookmark them both.
A Beer Map With A List