Kid Carboy taste tests six new beers from Chicago’s newly relaunched Berghoff Brewing.
Kid Carboy interviews the man behind Chicago’s new Begyle Brewing, which will offers growlers of beer on a subscription model to its clientele.
Yes, you read that right. Well known for its conservative, Christian population, the Chicago suburb boasts the title of having the most churches per capita in the nation and and is home to a top Christian Liberal Arts College. Quaint little Wheaton, Illinois will host its second annual Ale Fest, August 4.
Kid Carboy souses his way through Chicago Craft Beer Week’s Mash Tun Festival.
Revolution Brewing is opening a brand new location on Chicago’s northwest-ish side at 3340 N. Kedzie Avenue. Tickets to the grand opening event, May 25, are sold out. If you have one, I’m jealous.
Kid Carboy examines the Chicago Craft Beer lineup and cherry-picks the best upcoming events for your convenience.
Kid Carboy Jr. dives headfirst into the dozen or more upcoming and planned breweries in and around his Chicago hometown.
Ryan from the Chicago-based blog Guys Drinking Beer checks in to talk about the difficult circumstances Anheuser-Busch InBev now finds itself with the Illinois Secretary of State’s office, when it was recently revealed their wholly-owned subsidiary WEDCO (owners of large ABI distributor City Beverage) has never been registered to do business in the state. We speculate on possible repercussions the upcoming decision could have on AB-InBev and the beer distribution landscape in Illinois, talk about the recent influx of exciting new breweries in the state, and get an update from a local on how Goose Island is perceived since they were acquired by ABI.
Brother Barley shakes his head sadly at Goose Island’s downfall.
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