Mike Bancroft’s vinegar and shoyu show he’s more than just a hot sauce boss.
This year’s Chicago installment of the Swedish-born Scorched Tundra fest features the likes of Oxbow, Fistula, Acid King, and Wolvhammer—plus a beer from Pipeworks and a burger from Kuma’s.
Get a look at the street artist’s latest project, a celebration of Chicago dive-bar culture.
The economies of scale will let Pipeworks drop the retail price of their flagship beer by nearly 60 percent when they start selling cans next month.
Pipeworks Brewing combines alien abduction and raspberry truffles: two great tastes that . . . oh, never mind.
The Brotherhood brings to mind citrus, Chinese chrysanthemum tea . . . and Motörhead.
Ravenswood’s Spiteful Brewing debuts with the roasty, chocolatey G.F.Y. Stout, which arrived in Chicago stores five days ago
Our correspondent discovers a new favorite hoppy beer from Chicago, and also that the word “ninja” is not the best sign when it comes to metal
FOBAB showcases some of the most awesomely excessive beers in the world, which is pretty metal if you think about it
Pipeworks Brewing finally bottles its Abduction Imperial Stout, and it’s bitter, black, and bottomless
If the incentives are right (and a little outlandish), Kickstarter is worth the few bucks—just ask Murder by Death’s fans
Nice Cream Co. releases its spring flavors, Vie offers an Earth Day dinner all week, Leslie Cooperband of Prairie Fruits Farm offers free samples of goat cheese at Pastoral, and more.