After learning of a Trump fundraiser held by MillerCoors vice-chairman Pete Coors, Melani Domingues decided to stop serving Miller beers at The Green Lady.
It’s like candid camera but with really good beer. We crack open a case worth of Stone beers from varying years for a pop-up vertical tasting.
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.
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.
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.
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 what we consider to be hands down one of the most interesting brewers in the state, if not the whole Midwest: Scratch
South of 80 returns for Chicago Craft Beer Week, Tuesday May 21st, at The Green Lady. This years event will feature downstate and St. Louis area brewers Destihl, Rolling Meadows, Scratch Brewing, Six Row and Urban Chestnut.
We like it when good people do good things. We like the good people at The Green Lady, and we also like Chris Ferguson and his Bees Knees Food Company. Since they’ve teamed up for a little food/beverage pairing this evening, we thought we’d tell you good people what these good people are doing. (Note: New Holland beers and sprits …
In 2011, Paul at Chitown on Tap posted his “Craft Beer in Review” as a way to, in his words, “give props to the amazing people in our local craft beer community who have made drinking the good suds so damn rewarding this year.” Paul has moved on from the writing about beer (temporarily, we understand) to actually making the stuff …
Now that 2012 is coming to a close, we thought we’d go back and poke through the archives and the year of news to break down exactly what happened in one of the most crazy, busy, insane, explosive, expansive, interesting years in Chicago brewing history.
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