Beer and Metal returns to review a long-gestating collaboration by beloved Chicago institutions Pelican and Metropolitan Brewing.
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Metropolitan Brewing’s ten-year anniversary party is a true celebration of Chicago’s beer scene
From a toolbox to a 30,000-square-foot brewery.
Metropolitan Brewing’s long-awaited Avondale taproom pairs beer with river views
The taproom is a little tricky to get to at the moment, but coffee-infused lager awaits those who make the journey.
Four years of preparation pay off in Alarmist Brewing’s Pantsless Pale Ale
Gary Gulley’s attention to detail may have slowed down his brewery, but it’s done wonders for his beer.
The power is on: Metropolitan bottles its Generator doppelbock
Even if you’re not planning to fast for Lent, you’ll want to lay up a few six-packs of Metropolitan’s Generator doppelbock.
Off Color Brewing’s “Mischief” pop-up bar: You will want to drink all their beer
Off Color Brewing debuts with four tasty collaborations: a pink pilsner, a smoked bock, a half bock, and a potent French-Belgian chimera.
The Secret’s in the Still
Organic European-style spirits, made in Ravenswood
Libations: Little Beer
Metropolitan Brewing, a tiny operation drawing its pours out of a double-decker Craftsman toolbox retrofitted with a tap.