Behold, the TTB approved January 2017 beer labels from Band of Bohemia, Begyle, Half Acre, Pipeworks and more.
How big is Lagunitas Chicago in Douglas Park, you ask? Real big. And getting bigger. But how does it compare to the rest of the Chicago brewing scene?
Three weeks into the new year and it’s tough to top what’s happening at Hammond’s 18th Street Brewery.
We continue our look into one of our longest running cellaring experiments to date: Bell’s Batch 9,000.
Chicago’s Maplewood Brewery and Distillery is making its first foray outside of Illinois, expanding distribution to southwest Michigan.
Here are the releases, style and ingredient resurgences and 2017 beer trends were most eager to set gain traction this year — or disappear altogether.
This year’s Toppling Goliath KBBS Release — the first in a couple years — only had 1,000 slots for over 60,000 who tried to attend. We were one of them.
There is a reason Sierra Nevada Celebration is one of the most frequently cellared beers despite being a a fresh hop IPA. And here it is:
Drinkers in the Grand Rapids area will soon be able to sample an iconic IPA from Florida — Cigar City has brewed Jai Alai in Michigan.
Before we officially close the book on 2016, let’s look back at our favorite beers from New Glarus, Three Floyds, Ellison and more.