Riot Fest got Blink-182! Cypress Hill! Blondie! The Jesus Lizard! Liz Phair! Atmosphere! Beck! Cat Power! And . . . the 82-year-old Jerry Lee Lewis?
Does it strike you as odd that a brand-new “Mexican Craft Beer” would spring into existence all over the country at once?
The Local Option’s 12.5 percent double IPA makes its third appearance, and it’s as burly, bitter, and complicated as ever.
Our latest round of staff picks for the Reader‘s Interactive Jukebox (jukebox.chicagoreader.com)
For the first time Half Acre’s smooth chocolate stout can come home with you in a streamlined bomber.
Brooklyn Brewery’s barrel-aged imperial stout, Black Ops, does in fact exist—and the 2012 batch has been sighted in Chicago.
What’s on the Agenda for Saturday, June 16, 2012
The Bulga Parisienne is technically a tote, but tuck in the strap and it’s a giant clutch. Today it’s marked down to $233.99 from $765 on Overstock.com.
Critics’ Choices and other notable shows
Kuma’s Corner celebrates its fourth anniversary with a block party featuring free food and music.