Join us on Friday, January 30th from 5pm to 7pm and try some new craft beers. Enjoy food and drink specials during our Daily Happy Hour & Tasty food pairings.
Goose Island Indian Pale Ale
A hop lovers dream with a fruity aroma, set off by a dry malt middle and long hop finish.
A little bit about Goose Island
In 1992, Goose Island gave the beer industry a new reason to belly up to the bar: bourbon-aged beer. We pioneered the process, and it begins with first-use bourbon barrels. Our brewers only choose those that have had held sweet, sweet whiskey in their bellies for an average of 8 years, then they age our beer inside for 8-12 months. This process takes place in a non-climate controlled space, allowing exposure to the extreme heat and cold of Chicago’s ecosystem, which contracts and expands the wood, pulling the barrel’s whiskey character into our brew. Each barrel is used only once, ensuring the best quality taste in every pint.
That first barrel-aging process yielded our ever-tasty Bourbon County Stout back in 2004. Three years later, we decided it was time to expand our barrel-aging program again. But this time our brewers brought wine barrels into the picture.
They started with beer that had undergone primary fermentation in stainless steel casks, then transferred it to wine barrels, soaked with flavor. Next came fresh fruit and wild yeasts, and the beginning of a secondary fermentation inside the barrel. Aging went on for 9-18 months, creating beer with unprecedented depth of character, increased acidity and a light essence of fruit without too much sweetness. The variety of wine barrels we use now yield some of our most unique brews, including Sofie, Juliet, Lolita, Madame Rose, Gillian and Halia.
Shock Top Belgian White
A Belgian-style wheat ale with real citrus peels & coriander spice.
Shock-top is an unfiltered beer with
Pouring the perfect glass of Shock Top beer isn't complicated. Follow these steps to totally nail it every time. Cheers!