Rediscovering Gulden Draak, a forgotten favorite, through a barrel-aged version released in 2015.
Another Great American Beer Festival has come and gone, and we’re feeling pretty good about the number of medals taken home by Illinois breweries.
We’ve been on a rampage of marzens, pumpkin ales, brown ales and the like. Here’s what were digging, and what we’ve found to be…just okay.
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When driver Ryan Ellis takes to the track as part of the Rick Ware Racing team on Saturday’s nationally-televised race, he will have the logo of Belly Up on his hood. How did that happen?
This west-suburban brewery and taproom opens in late September, and its onsite “incubator program” means you can try to sell your recipes, too.
We chronicle the cellared life of Bell’s Batch 9,000 — the second-to-last in the batch series.
We squirreled away bottles of Founders Nemesis 2009 to sample every year or so. Join us on the journey.
With hundreds of breweries in the Chicagoland area, does the region need an all-contract facility in the West Loop? These two guys are going to find out.
The new “IN Beer Brigade” is a new membership program that allows craft beer enthusiasts to support guild efforts, while enjoying a few perks.