Each week we pore over a database of beer labels from Illinois brewers approved by the TTB. Here are the October 2017 Beer Labels for IL.
If the line is longer at On Tour Brewing over the coming weeks, you can thank the little hunk of metal they brought back from GABF 2017.
We checked out this year’s Lagunitas Beer Circus and found plenty of things to enjoy observing, above and beyond the variety of beers available.
Bill Murray authorized the brewing of this beer for an upcoming charitable event. So…350 Brewing’s got that going for them. Which is nice.
As we do every month, we’ve found the TTB approved September 2017 Beer Labels from Illinois breweries around the state. Enjoy.
Here’s what we spent the last few months sipping, sampling, savoring, enjoying, and most assuredly not hoarding. (Winter beers are for hoarding.)
Revolution Brewing hasn’t made coffee Eugene for nearly two years — but people kept asking for it. So here it comes in cans…for a variety of reasons.
What should you expect at your first Oktoberfest? We went for the first time last year — here’s what we learned, and what we wish we knew going in.
We recently covered the increase in regular ticket prices. But what about the FoBAB price increase for brewers submitting beers? We asked about that too.
After expanding throughout Illinois and into Central America (!) now beers from Itasca’s Church Street are heading into Iowa.
Beers from Cincinnati’s Rhinegeist will soon hit Northwest Indiana, meaning Chicagoans now only need to cross one border to try them.
The price of a 2017 FOBAB ticket jumped up to $85 for one session — up $20 from last year. We asked the president and executive director of the ICBG: Why?
We were on hand for some of the first few pours from the taps of the new Beer Temple Taproom. Here’s what you can expect at the new bar/bottle shop.