Our friends at Kendall College released these handy infographics regarding pairing beer and food. Not only is beer one of, if not the most versatile beverage in the world, but it pairs better with some foods than *gasp* wine and other liquors.
Hey everyone! We were sent this awesome infographic on storing your homebrewing equipment and wanted to share it below. I definitely recommend trying homebrewing. Even if you don’t do it long term, you will appreciate the process of making (and drinking) beer even more. Some great spots to buy homebrewing equipment in Chicago include Brew Camp and Brew & Grow (we often visit the Kidzie location).
It was only a matter of time before craft beer cracked the American Pastime’s starting lineup.
The Class-A Kane County Cougars, located about an hour west of Chicago, are taking craft beer at the ballpark to a new level with the debut of its own branded beer.
The second annual Cider Summit Chicago was held this month at Navy Pier. While it may be surprising to learn there are enough cider enthusiasts to hold a summit, you can expect to see more cider events like this one around the country, and rightfully so.
Hi beer people!
On a recent Lakeview tour – beer is keeping us warm!
So we’ve got this fancy new website with no blog entries! I was very very bad at updating the blog on the old website this past year and am going to try and do much better. As a part of this effort, I’m going to try and do a weekly beer update named, after too many beers, “Beerkly.
Hey beer people!
We’ve been running beer tours here in Chicago since 2011. While we loved our old website, it was showing its age, and we just upgraded to this new site. We think that it will make it easier for you to view our tour offerings, understand the tours, and book them, making for a more enjoyable experience.