As long as Piece has the Weight on tap, a world-class American pale is never further away than Wicker Park.
Your chance to talk some sense and sustainability to the FDA today, and other food news.
President Obama and Mayor Emanuel tout a $70 million grant for a site that already received $10 million in public subsidies.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, March 6
If you think “cask beer” means “flat, warm, and funny tasting,” what you’ve had is some seriously fucked-up cask beer—and this is the festival to prove it to you.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Saturday, March 1
This year’s ten most read Beer and Metal columns include two of the Reader‘s top five blog posts of 2013.
More hype for the most-hyped beers in Chicago: reviews of all five 2013 Bourbon County variants in advance of their Black Friday release
The 214 entries at this year’s FOBAB included beers aged in gin and Tabasco barrels, in what I’m pretty sure was a first for the festival.
Beer Hoptacular moves to the Lacuna Artist Loft Studios in Pilsen for its fourth year.
Four years after its debut as Scully, Goose Island’s award-winning barrel-aged saison Gillian finally gets bottled.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, August 14
A brewmaster trained as a chef plans to unite both sides at his new brewery.
Today Goose Island releases an imperial oatmeal stout aged in 18-year Elijah Craig bourbon barrels.
Pride Weekend 2013: It’s not just about the parade.