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January is probably the least exciting month of the year. Let’s be honest, the holiday season is over, and it’s so cold that leaving the house seems like a chore. But KHCPL has just the ticket to beat those winter blues.

On Tuesday, January 23 from 6:30 to 8 p.m., KHCPL will host Tin Man Brewing and comedian Chris Bowers downtown at KHCPL Main for our first Guys on Tap. (Don’t let the name fool you, anyone 21+ can attend.) Bowers is a regular guest host on the nationally syndicated radio program “The Bob & Tom Show.” He’s the host of “Trial by Laughter” on Comcast, and he’s appeared on Fox’s standup comedy show “Laughs.” I would tell you all about Tin Man Brewing, but if you haven’t been there yet, you just need to visit the old downtown train depot and discover one of Kokomo’s best places for beer. It’s worth it, trust me.

While you’re waiting for Guys on Tap, here are some movies and books to get you ready.


Stand-Up Comedy DVDs

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Billy Crystal — 700 Sundays
Spanning several decades beginning in the 1950s, Crystal reminisces about what it was like growing up in a loving Jewish family in Long Beach, LI. He recalls the numerous eclectic relatives who inspired him, the huge influence of jazz on his family, his passion for the New York Yankees, and much more.

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Brian Regan — Standing Up
Straight off a coast-to-coast tour and into your living room, this concert film captures comedian Brian Regan at his best. Butterflies, show horses and greeting cards are no match when this master of standup grabs the microphone.

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Jim Gaffigan — Obsessed
Jim Gaffigan is back with a brand new hour long comedy special. He uses a clever, quiet, and infectious style as he talks about everyday scenarios to which people can relate. As one of the top comedians out today, he continues to raise the bar with new material and, of course, some bacon.


Books about Beer

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Bar None by Tim Lebbon
Six months after a plague wipes out most of the world's population, several survivors follow the advice of a mysterious stranger and leave their mansion hideout to seek Bar None, the last bar on Earth.

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The Complete Beer Course by Joshua Bernstein
Go on a fun, flavorful tour through the world of craft beers. Bernstein demystifies beer and teaches you how to choose from and how to enjoy the vast array of singular brews available today.

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Indiana One Pint at a Time: A Traveler’s Guide to Indiana Breweries by Douglas Wissing
Explore the history and living artisan culture of the Hoosier state's long vibrant brewing tradition.