The Chicago Botanic Garden is one of several local organizations that encourages horticultural therapy.
When you’re stuck with 50 kegs of ale slated for Trump Tower and then Donald insults Mexican immigrants, what do you do?
From a toolbox to a 30,000-square-foot brewery.
A new documentary explores the world of beer-lovers and it doesn’t matter at all that it was funded by Pilsner-Urquell.
Not even pig’s blood or stinkbugs daunted our intrepid mixologists.
Goodbye natto, and balut, and durian.
Challenged to create a dish with canned tuna, Hellyar includes both the high-end fresh fish he’s accustomed to working with and—well, canned tuna.
A 20-mile ride takes you to plenty of refreshment—and you can take the train back.
Northwest Indiana’s Boneflower Mead hasn’t yet sold a single bottle of mead—but the company already has a dedicated following.
Bartender Carley Gaskin uses the snack to make an almost-classic old-fashioned.
The Chicago School is alive and well—300 miles south of the city.
The first craft brewery to sell out to Anheuser-Busch triggered a landslide of similar sales across the country.
“There wasn’t a single moment when the chummy, jovial craft beer industry became a battlefield of ‘us versus them,’” Josh Noel writes in Barrel-Aged Stout and Selling Out: Goose Island, […]
Challenged to create a dish with argan oil—better known as a hair and skin care product than a cooking ingredient—chef Jimmy Papadopoulos tries to subdue the pungent oil.
Illinois Craft Beer Week features a new festival, plus it’s short and sweet this year at only one week long.