Big new barrel-aged beer releases from the likes of Sahale Ale Works and 1840 Brewing Company, anniversaries for Broken Bat and Urban Harvest, and much more.
The week is relatively slow for craft beer events, but next week is already shaping up to be a big one. Stay tuned.
Dandelions, sumac and artisan breads are just some of the ingredients Sahale Ale Works is experimenting with.
It’s a busy weekend of new beer and other craft-related events.
Green beer in a plastic cup isn’t the only way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. There are plenty of options if you plan to enjoy March 17 with a craft beer or the obligatory Guinness.
The NCAA Tournament and St. Patrick’s Day help make for a busy beer week, and don’t forget Lager & Friends.
A few big releases are scheduled for this week. And on Sunday, Lakefront Brewery is serving up pie. It’s a good week for craft beer.
That’s a lengthy time for some breweries, but not necessarily for Lakefront.
Things are calm when it comes to craft beer this week. But spring is right around corner, so expect that to change.
Things We Don’t Say IPA will be created by dozens of breweries, and Eagle Park is providing the recipe.