The beer festival gives the organizers of the event the ability to recruit a lot of people to come to the event which is great for everyone involved. The Chicago Jazz Festival is a Labor Day weekend tradition that promotes all forms of jazz through free, high-quality music programming. The festival showcases Chicago’s local talent alongside national and international artists to raise awareness and appreciation for one of the city’s most beloved art forms. A new festival that will bring together brewers and enthusiasts to celebrate, sample and learn about hops and craft beer.
Tickets for Door County’s largest craft beer event of the year go on sale Feb. 1! The Door County Beer Festival returns to Baileys Harbor Saturday, June 18 with more… This Chicago street festival celebrates design with hay rides, live music, and silent auction. 120+ Chicago artists are paired with live music, a beer garden, and a talent show.
Greek food takes over the grounds of St. George Greek Orthodox Church, plus live music and dance. Concert-goers are encouraged to bring a blanket. Pulled pork and chicken sandwiches and corn on the cob, as well as beer and soft drinks, will be available for purchase from Mollie’s Public House. The beer fest’s tie-in to FRED has to do with locally raised produce, which is the overarching theme of FRED this year. At the end of the line, there is a good chance you will end up with a beer.
I was wondering where you found this list because I noticed an error on our beers. Red Dawn is an amber wheat and RIPA is a red IPA. Our distributor may have sent in the information incorrectly.
Triptych Brewing from Savoy, Ill. will also be making its first appearance at the event. Triptych is a small microbrew that got its start with the help of a Kickstarter campaign. It’s one of the few times this week people are actually taking time to talk about [pii_pn_fb500b22e25c960edb2a] the beer, not just drink it, and it should be an interesting evening. Means “week.” Most other celebrations this decade have run up to 11 days long, and for the past three years, the whole thing has closed out with a big shebang of a neighborhood beer fest.
The diverse annual Labor Day dance music bash is headlined this year by The Chemical Brothers, Atmosphere, and Chromeo. Avant garde theater pushes boundaries at this local theater fest with a commitment to reach artistically underserved communities. Neighborhood munchies, live bands, and a moon bounce for the kiddies. Live indie bands booked by Subterranean and oddball art, with past installations including inflatable sculptures and flying hawkmen.
We’ll also be posting about any updates/news regarding our awesome hostel. Brandon from Embrace the Funk/Yazoo knows how to make some stellar sour beers, and this one was brimming with tart cherry juice and a big tannic dry wine finish. I wish I’d had more to really appreciate its complexity, because there were little Christmas punch spice notes that came off of the last sip. Tequila used to make my gag reflex kick into alert mode, but as I’ve had more and more quality agave spirits from craft distilleries, I find I can appreciate the flavor that much more. That being said, when I smelled this beer, I nearly reached for the dump bucket. The distinct aroma of a shot of tequilla sat in my little taster glass, and it was already well into the third hour of the fest.
Live music will be provided on the train station’s west portico by the Riverside band Hopslager, followed by Leadfoot, described as “Chicago’s freshest post-bluegrass” band. An Evanston-based business, The Amazing Kale Burger, will be selling food at their kale burger bar, which will be located west of the train station. Boutsikakis, who has done home brewing with his two brothers for years, said the beer made at the Craft Beer Fest will be served as samples at this year’s Holiday Stroll in early December.