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Brewpub

Hours

Mon-Fri / 11am-1am
Sat / 10am-1am
Sun / 10am-11pm
Brunch (Sat & Sun) / 10am-2pm

Reservations not accepted. Humans of all ages are welcome. Four-legged friends (with the exception of service animals) will need to stay at home.

Address

2323 N. Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60647

773-227-2739

Brewery + Tap Room

Hours

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

Email us for group reservations. We only serve beer at our tap room, but you're welcome 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.

Address

3340 N. Kedzie Ave
Chicago, IL 60618

773-588-CANS

Barrel-Aged Stout and Selling Out: The Book Launch

Date – May 24 Location — Brewers' Lounge (2nd Floor @ Revolution Brewpub, 2323 N. Milwaukee Ave.)  /  Chicago, IL
Time – 7pm

May

24

Barrel-Aged Stout and Selling Out: The Book Launch

WHEN: Thursday, May 24 - 7:00 PM
WHERE: Brewers' Lounge (2nd Floor at Revolution Brewpub, 2323 N. Milwaukee Ave.)

FREE ENTRY

More than six years in the making, it's finally here: the official release of Chicago Tribune beer writer Josh Noel's book, "Barrel-Aged Stout and Selling Out: Goose Island, Anheuser-Busch and How Craft Beer Became Big Business." Josh will read a passage from the book, followed by a live Q&A with former Goose Island brewers from three different eras in the brewery's history: Josh Deth (founder of Revolution Brewing), Phil Wymore (founder of Perennial Artisan Ales) and Claudia Jendron (head of quality control at Pipeworks Brewing). That will be followed by audience Q&A, book sales from The Book Cellar and a book signing with the author. Revolution Brewing will tap Bonkers Ale, an extra special bitter inspired the brewery's deep history with Goose Island (which includes past stints for Deth, brew master Jim Cibak, pub brewer Wil Turner, brewery manager Glenn Allen and several others). This event is free, though space is limited.


https://www.joshnoel.net/barrel-aged-stout-and-selling-out/