This Tractor Boy song is your new favorite song about beer.
Some make New Years Resolutions. We make New Beer Resolutions.
A bombshell came from the recent ILCC hearing — WEDCO not registered in Illinois means the AB company that owns City Beverage shouldn’t be doing business.
Is Lincoln Avenue Chicago’s best drinking street? We vote an enthusiastic ‘yes.’
There is NO record of WEDCO being registered in Illinois. None. Zero. It is not a business licensed to do business in Illinois.
Yep, there’s still unfinished business in the Save the Craft legal process. There’s an ILCC Hearing on City Beverage to see if AB keeps their stake.
Sparging The News: Half Acre’s Galactic Double Daisy Cutter is back among other snippets of local beer news info for your perusal.
Happy Endings exhibited some marvelous taste in craft beer when a character was shown carrying a sixer of Metropolitan Brewing’s Krankshaft.
New Chicago Brewing Changes Names, additional City Provisions collaborations, more Stone pumpkin collab news and more as we Sparge the News.
Cherry dunkelweiss. Sarsaparilla stout. A barrel-aged rye dunkel. The City Provisions beer collaborations scheduled for the future are on point.
A-B has announced that they’re moving the production of Goose Island’s 312 Urban Wheat Ale to a brewery in upstate New York.
We’re taking a GDB summer vacation for a little bit, but we felt the need to say hi and explain what we’ve been up to. So…hi.
It finally happened! SB754 Signed Into Law by Governor Quinn. Self-distribution rights live to see another day and IL remains craft-brewer friendly.
With just over a week to go before the end of the legislative session the Illinois House overwhelmingly SB754 passes the IL House with a solid 112-0-3 vote.