Even if you think you know the kind of beer you like, taking a brewery tour can show you why you like it and how it compares to other beer brands. You also hear a bit of beer history and what makes a good beer.
I don’t begrudge the Cubs good fortune. They deserve their new coach… or manager… or whatever this John Maddon guy is. I do prefer beer over baseball though. Here are some good food pairings for your favorite Chicago beers.
Keeping things fresh and interesting is one way to keep a menu alive, especially in a city like Chicago. Check out some bars with a rotating beer menu and try something new that might become a new favorite.
As fall descends on Chicago, grab a dark seasonal beer to keep you warm at these Chicago-area brewpubs.
Fish and chips are very much a British thing, but restaurants around Chicago have created their own spin on the classic dish.
Chicago’s vibrant near northwest side community of Logan Square has long been a hot bed for emerging artists, but it’s a great place for families, too. This community offers a host of great places to eat, play and enjoy as well as free outdoor events like concerts and yoga in the square.