We’ve distilled the GABF 2014 Awards down to Midwestern breweries for you. All hail the Great Lakes area.
Illinois Breweries, Distributor win big at the 2014 GABFView Post
We’ve made the trek to the Mile High city and survived the 1st night of GABF 2014. Here’s our first take as event rookies.
Two words: Schlafly, Chicago. The St. Louis brewers beers will be here soon and we’ve got the skinny on what beers are coming, when and who’s distributing them.
The long-awaited first installment of Arcade Brewery’s “6 Pack Stories” will hit store shelves soon. Meet Festus Rotgut.
Behold, your 2014 Illinois Legislative Roundup. We keep tabs on the beverage industry bills moving through the statehouse, so you don’t have to.
John Barley, ICBG President: The Entrance InterviewView Post
Introducing our newest feature, “Brand Awareness,” which updates you on new brands to Chicago and brand movement among distributors.
This weeks look at Beer Politics stories from around the country looks at why the creativity of bartenders is being shackled in Idaho and the legislative agenda’s of other craft brewers guilds.
IL February 2014 Beer Labels (15)View Post
IL January 2014 Beer Labels (26)View Post
IL December 2013 Beer Labels (19)View Post
IL November 2013 Beer Labels (11)View Post
Beer labels approved, so far, during this partial government shutdown month of October from Big Muddy, Goose Island, Only Child & Penrose.
Beer labels approved so far this month from Bent River, Church Street, Finch’s, Half Acre, JT Walker’s, Lake Bluff, Metropolitan, Off Color, Only Child, Revolution and Two Brothers.
Beer labels approved so far this month from Bent River, Church Street, Goose Island, Lake Effect, Only Child Brewing and Revolution.
Beer labels approved so far this month from Big Muddy, Finch’s, Goose Island, Metropolitan, Revolution and Two Brothers.
Beer labels approved, so far this month, from Excel, JT Walkers, Little Egypt, Off Color and Pipeworks.
In our monthly, running feature, we post newly approved beer labels from Illinois brewers. To date we have new labels from 5 Rabbit, Argus, Excel, Finch’s, Goose Island, Little Egypt Beer, My Three Sons Brewing, Off Color Brewing, Pipeworks, Revolution and Wild Onion.
Our Beers of Summer 2014, or What we drank on our Summer Vacation.
Does a bottle of Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA — the “holy grail of IPA’s” — hold up to five years in the cellar?
Craft Beer to Cross the Border For: Bloomington Brewing 10-Speed Hoppy WheatView Post
Conjuring the sense of crunching your way through leaf covered sidewalks, wearing a fleece, Short’s Autumn Ale is certainly a craft beer worth crossing the border for.
With days remaining til Fall Beer Freedom Day, we suggest hopping across the border into Michigan for Blackrocks Grand Rabbits — a dry hopped cream ale.
Craft Beer to Cross the Border For: Fountain Square Hop For TeacherView Post
Throw out any preconceived notions of New Glarus or double IPA’s because New Glarus Scream shatters them all.
Triton Brewing Railsplitter IPA is the latest to be highlighted in our weekly feature Craft Beer to Cross the Border For.
Craft Beer to Cross the Border For: Lucette Brewing Ride AgainView Post
The first installment of our new, weekly feature “Craft Beer to Cross the Border for” highlights Hunter from 18th Street Brewery in Gary, Indiana.