4 Chicago Breweries You Need To Visit
Band of Bohemia
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You’ve got to check out Chicago’s first and only Michelin-Starred Brewpub! Located in Lincoln Square, you’ll love the circular booths and plush high back chairs. We recommend you order the Tasting Menu to try a variety of what they have to offer, and be sure to add on the beer pairings! Current beer choices include a Honey Rye, Noble Raven Ale (their Flagship beer), and a RootsBeer Stout. Visit http://www.bandofbohemia.com/ for more information.
Maplewood Brewery & Distillery
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Maplewood Brewery and Distillery is your neighborhood bar, cocktail bar, and brewery taproom all-in-one! Offering an awesome selection of craft brews, plus they distill a series of whiskies! As if it couldn’t get any better, they also offer a progressive menu of upscale pub food and a Sunday Brunch. Visit https://maplewoodbrew.com/visit for more information.
Alulu Brewery & Pub
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This warehouse style Brew Pub offers creative pub fare that pairs perfectly with their rotating selection of craft brews, craft cocktails, and sodas. These small-batch craft beers are brewed in-house and only available at the brewery, and their seasonal menu is eclectic and thoughtfully sourced.
Half Acre Beer Company
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Offering classics and experimental seasonal brews, Half Acre Beer Company’s original tap room is located on Lincoln Avenue, and a new expanded facility is on Balmoral. In addition to great Craft Beer, they also offer a selection of creative burritos and other global fare. Visit https://www.halfacrebeer.com/ for more information.