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Sun-Mon / 12-10pm
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Wed-Thurs / 12-10pm
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2323 N. Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60647


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September 30 — Private Event
October 9 — Private Event
October 21 — Private Event
November 4 — Private Event
November 24 — Thanksgiving Day
December 24 — Christmas Eve
December 25 — Christmas Day
January 1 — New Year’s Day


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


3340 N. Kedzie Ave
Chicago, IL 60618


Revolution x Chicago Fire FC

Grab a four-pack of Hazy Pitch, the official craft beer of Chicago Fire FC, and get ready for the Fire’s 25th season

Revolution Brewing is the official craft brewery of Chicago Fire FC as the Club heads into the 2022 Major League Soccer season. And to mark the partnership, we've introduced Hazy Pitch, a new year-round Hazy Pale Ale featuring the team's new crest and colors. If you're a longtime Fire fan looking for a new matchday beer, we're happy to oblige. If you're a longtime Rev fan who hasn't been following soccer, we're got everything you need to get up to speed in time for the season opener.

Watch Parties and Events

Chicago Fire FC vs. New England
August 31st 5:30PM
Weather Mark Tavern | 1503 S Michigan

Chicago Fire FC vs. Montreal
September 16th 5:30PM
Fado Irish Pub | 100 W Grand Ave

Hazy Pitch

Refreshing and tropical with a striking finish

We're a brewery full of soccer fans – from longtime MLS faithful to people watching their adopted European clubs over a boozy breakfast. The recipe development behind Hazy Pitch was almost entirely centered on the question "what kind of beer do we want to drink while watching a match?" We wanted something easy to drink with our focus on the game, but nuanced enough to enjoy the rest of the time. There's a reason why lagers and soccer have such a long association. But we already make a Pilsner we love, so we set out to add an entirely new beer to our year-round lineup.

Enter the American Pale Ale. It's a lower-ABV cousin of India Pale Ale, with enough room for compelling hops and a decidedly thirst-quenching finish on the palate. Brewmaster Jim Cibak brought new-school El Dorado, Citra, Nelson Sauvin, and Cryo Mosaic hops to the classic style, along with the same Hazy IPA yeast we use for our double dry hopped IPAs. The result was a beer with tropical citrus notes, soft and smooth on the palate and refreshing in the finish. And just like that, Hazy Pitch was born.

The name Hazy Pitch mixes our interests as soccer fans and brewers. The pitch is where soccer is played, but it's also what we call adding our yeast to the fermentation tank. And "Hazy" describes both the beer and calls back to one of the most famous goals in Chicago Fire history.

In designing the look, we wanted to showcase the fans and supporter culture. Over the years, players come and go, stadiums change, and there's always a new kit on the horizon. But the flag-waving, drum-beating, chant-screaming presence of the club's biggest fans has always been what we identify most with the Chicago Fire.

Hazy Pitch joins Fist City and Rev Pils in our City Series lineup of year-round beers exclusive to Chicagoland.

Chicago Fire FC

The Chicago Fire FC was founded in 1997, just a year after Major League Soccer began play. Their debut season was one of the most successful expansion years in sports history, with the Fire winning the coveted double – MLS CUP and U.S. Open Cup – in their first year as a Club.

Since then, they've added three more U.S. Open Cups, the 2003 Supporters' Shield (given to the team with the most regular season points) and have appeared in two additional MLS Cup finals.

Along the way, some giants of MLS and global soccer have played for the team. Bastian Schweinsteiger, Cuauhtemoc Blanco, DaMarcus Beasley, Piotr Nowak, and more have played for Chicago.

In 2020, the Fire returned to their original home, the historic Soldier Field along the lakefront. Followed by a new crest, one that is for all of Chicago, and a new head coach in Ezra Hendrickson, the Fire are ready to kick off 2022 and enjoy the 25th season as they return to glory.

Players to Watch

Xherdan Shaqiri

The Fire's big offseason pickup is only 30, but has already had a storied career with Bayern Munich, Liverpool, and the Swiss national team. He's expected to play an attacking midfielder role with the Fire, firing pinpoint passes to open up scoring threats and tenaciously tracking down the ball on defense.

Gabriel Slonina

Known as Gaga to fans, Slonina took over starting goalkeeping duties during the 2021 season at the age of 17. Gaga is one of the top goalkeeper prospects in the world, earning callups from the U.S. Men's National Team and interest from abroad due to his rapid rise through the Fire ranks. He's an Addison, IL native who has been with the Fire since joining the youth academy in 2016.

Kacper Przybyłko

The Fire's new striker comes from Poland, via a trade with the Philadelphia Union. He's electric in the attacking third, and led the 2021 CONCACAF Champions League in goals as he drove his team to the tournament semifinals.

Rafael Czichos

Fresh from 103 games with F.C. Köln in the Bundesliga, Czichos joins the Fire to anchor a young defense from the centerback position. He's known for accurate, line-breaking passes and strength in front of goal.

Federico Navarro

Navarro's work ethic and tirelessness led Argentina's soccer media to joke that he has a third lung. He joined the team mid-2021 and immediately strengthened the core of the defense, winning back possession and controlling the midfield.


Sports are better with a nemesis, and the Fire have some great ones

Columbus Crew

The Fire and Crew have played some classic matches over the years -- notably the 1998 U.S. Open Cup final at Soldier Field. Former Fulham/U.S. striker (and Arlington Heights native) Brian McBride played for both teams at different points in his career. The Crew usually played lights out at Historic Crew Stadium, which closed last year. Later this year, the Fire get a chance to write a new chapter at the new soccer-specific stadium in Columbus.

New England Revolution

Despite their excellent taste in names, the Revolution is solidly on the enemies list. The 2021 Supporters Shield winners come into also come into the season rocking a new crest. They're also hungry after an early playoff exit. The all-time series is nearly even (slight edge to the Fire), and these matches are always one to circle on the calendar.

How can I watch?

By the time the 2022 season kicks off, we'll have upgraded the A/V setup at both our Taproom (3340 N. Kedzie) and Brewpub (2323 N. Milwaukee). We'll be showing every game, with sound on during the opener, weekday games, and playoffs.

We'll also be running watch parties, bar events, and other Fire-related activities all year long. Keep an eye here for updates as they come.

And if you're spending the match in with some Hazy Pitch, you can check out the TV schedule for a list of broadcasts.

2022 Regular Season Schedule