Apiator | Revolution Brewing
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Brewpub

Hours

Mon-Fri / 11am-1am
Sat / 10am-1am
Sun / 10am-11pm
Brunch (Sat & Sun) / 10am-2pm
Late Night Menu (Mon-Thurs) / 10pm-12am

Humans of all ages are welcome. Four-legged friends (with the exception of service animals) will need to stay at home.

Kitchen open until 1 hour prior to closing.

Large group reservations are accepted on a limited basis, except on Friday & Saturday evenings. Email reservations@revbrew.com to inquire.

Address

2323 N. Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60647

773-227-2739

Brewery + Taproom

Hours

Wed-Thur / 2pm–10pm
Fri / 2pm–11pm
Sat / Noon–11pm
Sun / Noon–6pm

We serve beer & cider only at our tap room, but we welcome you to bring your own food. Humans of all ages are welcome. Four-legged friends (with the exception of service animals) will need to stay at home.

Tours are for guests 21 and up and can be booked online in advance.

Email us for group reservations.

Address

3340 N. Kedzie Ave
Chicago, IL 60618

773-588-CANS

Apiator

Blonde Honey Bock

A strong pale lager brewed with German malts, old-world hops, and a hefty dose of local honey from Kallas Honey Farm in Wisconsin. Vienna and Pilsner base malts combine with Munich and Pale Wheat to provide a full-bodied beer with classic bready, malty-sweet flavors and aromatics. Saaz and Saphir hops lend a subtly floral and citrusy noble aromatic. Honey was added in two stages; first added directly into the whirlpool, and then pasteurized in our kitchen ovens before being added directly to the fermenter. Low-temperature pasteurization preserves aroma and flavor-active volatiles we sought to showcase. Being highly fermentable, honey provides flavor and aroma rather than residual sweetness, which comes entirely from the malt. The end result is a classic low/medium-bitterness, high ABV, German-style pale lager with a pronounced but balanced fresh honey flavor and aroma. The name comes from “Apiary”, a place where beehives are kept, and “-ator”, the classic naming scheme for the Doppelbock style. See what we did there?

Alc. by vol. – 8.7% 

Bitterness - 25 IBUs 

Availability

Limited Release


  • Draft
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