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Upcoming Closures

July 4- The Brewpub will be closed all day

Hours

Mon-Tues / Closed
Wed-Thurs / 12-10pm
Fri-Sat / 12-Midnight
Sun / 11-10pm
Kitchen / Service stops 30 min prior closing

Address

2323 N. Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60647

773-227-2739

Taproom + Production Brewery

Upcoming Closures

May 26 — Closed for a Private Event

Hours

Mon-Tue / Closed
Wed-Thu / 2-9pm
Fri / 2-10pm
Sat / 12-10pm
Sun / 12-6pm

Address

3340 N. Kedzie Ave
Chicago, IL 60618

773-588-2267

Revolution Brewing x Chicago Sky 2024

05.14.24   |   Brewery

For the 2024 WNBA season, Revolution is teaming up with our hometown Chicago Sky to bring Hero IPA and Cold Time premium lager to the hardwood. Anti-Hero and Sky Guy are a match made in Chicago, and Revolution is ready to watch a revamped Sky roster compete for the title.

You'll see Revolution as a Wintrust Arena fixture on game day. Not just at concession stands, but through features including a new Hero Deck section and in-game scoreboard races featuring the brewery’s Hero IPAs. All :30 or :60 timeouts will be branded “Cold Time Outs” in reference to our new Premium Lager.

We're looking forward to our first year of WNBA partnership as the Sky look to build on an exciting draft. And those exciting picks were made at Revolution's Production Brewery & Taproom, with the general manager and brain trust in our upstairs conference room making picks while a Taproom packed with Sky fans waited to welcome the newest members of the team.

2024 Chicago Sky Schedule

The 2024 Chicago Sky

Following a busy offseason that landed the Sky the third and seventh overall picks in the draft, the team welcomed two of college basketball's biggest stars in South Carolina's Kamilla Cardoso and LSU's Angel Reese. The moves provided immediate upgrades to a Sky squad looking for immediate upgrades in rebounding and defense.

Anti-Hero & Sky Guy

Anti-Hero, longtime leader of the Revolution, found a kindred spirit in Sky Guy, the team's longtime mascot. And while we know where Anti-Hero came from, we asked the team to share the origin of Sky Guy for Revolution fans. Here's his official background:

Sky Guy is the youngest of six children and spent much of his childhood playing basketball with his five older sisters. After his siblings left for college, he played basketball alone, but missed the action of the game. With a great imagination and entrepreneurial spirit, he combined his love for basketball with his best invention yet – a jet pack, to travel in search of the best of women’s basketball, where he found the Chicago Sky.

Sky Guy, with his wild imagination and appetite for adventure, spent the last several years traveling the globe following his passion for women’s basketball. A Chicago native, his love for the game led him back to the Windy City and a team he can root for exclusively. Sky Guy appears at all the Chicago Sky home games as well as at community events throughout the year.

Look for Revolution at Wintrust Arena all season long and catch Sky games, events, and more at Revolution.