Take a swig of history with the Columbia Bock.
What we’re reading, watching, listening to, etc., to pass the time.
Beer and Metal returns to review a long-gestating collaboration by beloved Chicago institutions Pelican and Metropolitan Brewing.
From a toolbox to a 30,000-square-foot brewery.
“It has nothing to with urban redevelopment, necessarily. Hopefully, people can see the bright side of what we’re trying to do, and not harp on the past.”
The taproom is a little tricky to get to at the moment, but coffee-infused lager awaits those who make the journey.
Gary Gulley’s attention to detail may have slowed down his brewery, but it’s done wonders for his beer.
This soon-to-open Bowmanville brewery will enter the market with kegs and cans of a porter, an ESB, and an extraordinary rye IPA.
Will Duncan’s party in a box dispenses drinks and music.
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.
If you drink a pint of Zwickel Flywheel on Monday night, it’ll be just six days out of the bright tank.
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.
FOBAB showcases some of the most awesomely excessive beers in the world, which is pretty metal if you think about it
Pizza-making, beer art, cheese, and more cheese highlight this week’s events.