An end of summer barbecue, a Gold Coast celebration, a restaurant opening, and more
Lion’s Pride Organic Whiskey (Koval Distillery)
Ravenswood’s Koval Distillery is calling for volunteers
This week’s food and drink events
The Peterson Garden Project is raising money with a 1940s-themed music/dance/food/drink fundraiser at Architectural Artifacts.
In honor of the International Year of Chemistry, the Illinois Science Council has organized a series of workshops on the chemistry of foodstuffs. On Tuesday, June 7, from 7 to 9 PM at Metropolitan Brewing (5121 N. Ravenswood), NU chem professor Shelby Hatch will “celebrate beer,” explaining the factors that determine alcohol content, among other […]
Last week Mike Sula wrote about underground distillers. In this week’s Omnivorous he looks at several regional craft distillers who are going the legit route, among them Paul Hletko, whose Few Spirits will be the first distillery in the history of Evanston. Other locals looking to set up shop are Miriam Matasar and Brenton Engel, […]
Evanston’s Few Spirits is just one of several regional craft distilleries setting up shop.
A history of candy, a celebration of pinot noir, a conference on sustainable meat, and more.
The city’s one and only distillery releases its first aged whiskeys next week.
Beer tastings, Polish cuisine, a lobster boil, and more.
Farm tours, cooking competitions, garden parties, and more.
Reporting from the FamilyFarmed Expo
A pig roast and cooking class, Hyde Park Art Center’s first Fryvalry, a tasting of spirits from Koval Distillery, Taste of Chicago, and more.