We put the wraps on our second annual Chicago Craft Beer Week event, South of 80 2.0, complete with photos, thoughts on the beers being poured and many, many thank you’s.
G&M Distributors is only one of four companies outside the Chicago area to make the list of the top 60 places to work in the state.
Beer Under Glass 2013: we came, we drank, we survived.
A bill impacting homebrewers and homebrew shops in Illinois has cleared another hurdle after the legislation was approved, unanimously, by the IL Senate.
Behold, the tap list for our second annual Chicago Craft Beer Week event – South of 80 2.0, featuring beers never-before-poured in Chicago from: Destihl, Rolling Meadows Brewery, Scratch Brewing, Six Row Brewing Company and Urban Chestnut Brewing Company.
Legislation prohibiting a brewer from owning a distributor in Illinois, effectively ending Anheuser-Busch’s reign over City Beverage, is headed to the governor’s desk.
In the final Snapshot for our upcoming South of 80 2.0 event we take a look at St. Louis’ Urban Chestnut.
Grand Rapids handily wins the 2013 BeerCity USA title. Chicago, meanwhile, struggles to crack triple digit votes.
Making an encore appearance at this year’s South of 80 event is Six Row Brewing Company out of St. Louis. Last year they introduced Chicago to their mainstays, this year we cut them loose to showcase some one-offs and seasonals.
What happens when you give the brewers at a giant macro brewery a little creative freedom? Shock Top Campfire Wheat happens.