Is Goose Island Wrigleyville opening for the 2015 season? The Magic 8-Ball says “All Signs Point to Yes.”
One of the most recognizable figures in Illinois craft beer is heading to Capitol Hill to lobby Congress to pass the Small BREW Act.
Distributors and brewers could use social media to promote tap takeovers and beer dinners under a bill introduced in the IL House. Right now that’s a no-no.
The new Goose Island taproom is almost ready for prime time. Here’s what to expect.
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The largest Bud distributor in IL is getting bigger. Lakeshore Beverage has acquired Central Beverage and a portfolio that includes PBR, Bell’s and Schlafly
Late last year Revolution Brewing began shipping its wares to the craft beer thirsty country of Japan, joining a growing number of American brewers sending their beer to the island.
Great Lakes Brewing is moving on from Louis Glunz Beer to work with Windy City Distributing, becoming the sixth major brand to leave Glunz since late 2012.
A Michigan brewer wants to set a standard for other craft brewers. Did the Perrin Killing Craft series accomplish the goal?
We’re switching comment systems to Disqus in hopes of fostering a tighter craft beer community on Guys Drinking Beer. It should be pretty painless.
Does Russian River’s Pliny The Elder hold up to the hype surrounding this much sought after double IPA?
Cross the Border For Sun King Bourbon Barrel Timmie and go online to support Indiana brewer’s plight to raise their production cap. Feel good.
We acquired limited amounts of Bell’s Eccentric Ale 2008 and are periodically pulling it from the cellar to check in on this unique beer.
We follow the cellared life of Bell’s Batch 10,000.
Instead of lining up for bottles of Goose Island Bourbon County Stout on Black Friday, I settled for a flight covering three years of BCBS + BCBS Coffee.
You’d think an amber ale aged with vanilla beans and aged in bourbon barrels might be a hot mess. Flat 12 Bierwerks Moustache Ride Red is anything but.
What happens when a pumpkin beer skeptic samples Central Waters Headless Heron, a barrel-aged scotch ale?
Cellaring Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout? Now we’ve gone too far. Or have we?
We crack in to a four-year-old bottle of Founders Nemesis 2010 and find a beer that has transformed from smooth and syrupy to earthy and hearty.
We’ve sampled Stone Imperial Russian Stout after 1 year in the cellar, over a 5 year vertical and after 6 years in the cellar. Which will be our favorite?