A woman brewer at Three Floyds is profiled.
The guys behind the Randolph are almost ready to unveil their craft-beer restaurant.
Plus: Watermelons get a pass as comedian Gallagher recovers from a heart attack; and all that green dye consumed on St. Patrick's Day probably won't kill you, all in our morning news roundup.
The restaurant-bar's second location offers bar food and 100 New York beers.
Plus citrus beers and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Plus: Celine Dion's heart goes on despite love for smoked meat; and with lots of bones, you can make porky tonkatsu ramen at home, all in our morning news roundup.
It all started with an argument over an egg sandwich.
Both projects have their work cut out for them.
Plus: Experts say beer is better match for cheese than wine; and an investigation is under way to tie Taco Bell to a salmonella outbreak in Oklahoma, all in our morning news roundup.
The first annual Lincoln Square Winter Brew Festival.
Menino predicts a Pats win and of Colorado beer says "uck."
Andre Guerrero's new Belgian-inspired pub opening in the Arts District Downtown.
We love beer just as much as the next drunkard, so we're happy to see that two beloved brewpubs are expanding their facilities to keep the taps free flowing.
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A new German-style beer-focused restaurant and lounge planned for Sunset + Vine.
Something's brewing in South Loop's "Motor Row" (and we like it).
Those who frequent the hipster-heavy haunts in Franklin Village have another new option: Franklin & Company, the neighborhood tavern from Greg Morris, who also owns The Oaks Gourmet just a few doors down, quietly made its pre-holiday debut last week....