What do you get when the largest beer store in Chicago, and arguably Illinois, teams up with one of our favorite Michigan breweries to hop-up a smooth and drinkable pale ale?
Governor Pat Quinn signed the Illinois homebrew bill into law. Michigan’s governor took action on a craft beer-friendly bill too.
Someone had to do it. Why did it have to be us? We don’t know; it just did.
As we celebrate Independence Day, we thought we’d put together a quick look at some of our more quote-unquote “American” beer reviews.
Since this started a big to-do on the Tweets yesterday, we thought we’d expand in more than 140 characters at a time.
With their eyes on Indiana and the Greater Chicagoland Area, Saugatuck Brewing Co. plans a major upgrade.
Beer labels approved, so far this month, from Excel, JT Walkers, Little Egypt, Off Color and Pipeworks.
Galesburg based G&M Distributors, which — two months ago — was named one of the “Best Places To Work in Illinois,” is expanding. WGIL Radio, in Galesburg, reports the wholesaler will be adding a 22,000 square foot, climate controlled, warehouse to shore up its current warehouse, which is getting cramped.
Deschutes Twilight is no vampire tween drama beer. It’s a picnic-table sipper in a good way.
In April we told you about the complete makeover of Berghoff’s beers, which included new, colorful packaging and zippy beer names, in hopes of breathing new life into the brand. This week, Berghoff’s revival takes center stage at Sheffield’s, in Lakeview, where six new beers will debut.On tap, Thursday, beginning at 6:00 pm: