What happens when you give the brewers at a giant macro brewery a little creative freedom? Shock Top Campfire Wheat happens.
Today we take a look at another South of 80 attendee. Visiting Chicago and pouring for the first time outside a festival, say hi to DESTIHL.
Fischman Liquors is bringing in some heavy hitters and rare treats for its annual fundraiser, Kegs for Kidneys, later this month.
Two Brothers acclaimed double IPA, Hop Juice, is getting a new name, new look and will come in smaller bottles – beginning this summer.
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In the days leading up to our second South of 80 event during Chicago Craft Beer Week, we wanted to make you a little more familiar with our featured breweries. Today we take a look at one of the more popular attendees from last year’s South of 80: Rolling Meadows.
Meet the newest brewery to enter the Illinois market; Kansas based Tallgrass. The brewery’s canned beers will be arriving on downstate store shelves this week and across Chicago next month.
Their efforts in looking for sales folk are…unique, shall we say.
On Wednesday the Illinois Senate Executive Committee unanimously approved bills impacting homebrewing in Illinois as well as legislation prohibiting a brewer from owning a distributor in the state.
Rolling Meadows Lincoln’s Logger is an enigma, of sorts. The ominous appearance and coffee-dominant aromas lead you to believe one thing, while the citrus-y finish and airy body send you down a different path. But in a roundabout way it works.