Five years later, and with a new location active, we catch up with Beermiscuous to learn how the Chicago scene has evolved.
Recently added: Keeping Together (Northcenter), The Conrad Seipp Brewing Co. (Avondale)
Contributor Michael Hubatch stumbles into Cloudburst to ditch the rain, and finds a truly Seattle brewery.
We taste through 18 new beers for November; low ABVs reign, coffee gets featured, Germany is showcased, and American pales make a return.
Bourbon County is back again, this year with eight total variants. We were lucky enough to preview the very barrel-forward lineup, and ranked them accordingly.
Pittsburgh’s own Top Hat Design errs on the side of heritage in their recent rebrand of iconic Iron City Beer.
Trip number seven in our beer-logged tour of Chicago brought us to many a Chicagoan's favorite, Lincoln Avenue. The road itself pushes 13 miles through the city's northwest side, so we wisely chose to broke the tour into a Part 1 and a Part 2. And since the thoroughfare's CTA #11 bus no longer exists, we suggest walking or biking this first section of the ave., that fittingly rolls through the Lincoln Park neighborhood into Lakeview. So, head to LP and tackle The Hop Review's Chicago Craft Crawl v. VII...
Chicago Craft Beer Week is all but upon us, with Beer Under Glass kicking off the 11 day celebration Thursday evening at the Garfield Park Conservatory. With dozens of events from tap takeovers, festivals, dodge ball tournaments, to, ahem, art shows, how can you possibly decide which ones to fit into your already busy schedule? You could take a vacation, as I did, or you can take a couple recommendations from THR to make things a little easier.