The best brewery tours for beer geeks who’re also cat lovers, home brewers with a dream, gluten-intolerant cyclists, experts who think they’ve seen it all, and more
Chicago brewers discuss which beers they’ll be drinking in 2016.
Who minds homework like watching True Detective?
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Chicago Craft Beer Week expands, celebrating both the city’s staple breweries and its rising number of new players.
John Laffler of Off Color and Jess Straka of Metropolitan dig into the nuts and bolts of the craft-brewing business.
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Pete Crowley’s Haymarket Pub & Brewery celebrates its first anniversary on Saturday
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Carnivale | $$$ We started with the ceviche tasting at this theatrical pan-Latin offering from Jerry Kleiner; our favorites were the scallop, flavored with coconut curry and basil oil, and the crab, glazed in habanero jelly and served in a tomato, mango, and horseradish sauce. The main courses we tried were homey: rum-glazed pork shoulder […]
Now in its second year, Chicago Craft Beer Week features dozens of tastings, beer dinners, brewery tours, and new brew debuts between May 19 and 27 (chibeerweek.com). A Beer Passport, available online and at all events for $10, serves as a guide to the week’s events and a ticket for a few featured events each […]
Belgian brews rule at Pete Crowley’s Randolph, but the crowds are the wrong kind of riotous.