No more filibustering - San Francisco's 21st Amendment is hitting Illinois. This West Coast brewery enjoys a solid reputation for flavorful beers full of attitude. We especially love the fact that they ship in cans. And all for under ten bucks a six pack? We'd happily ratify that.
Our most requested beer from 21st Amendment is also one of their more unusual styles: watermelon wheat. This spring seasonal is brewed with fresh watermelon, giving plenty of fruit flavor without eclipsing the crisp ale foundation. They call it “summer in a can.”
From the year-round stable comes a textbook example of the session IPA style. It fits right at home on Chicago shelves. Beautiful nose showcasing its pungent, catty Cascade and Mosaic hops, its citrus lift, and its savory, bitter finish - but not so bitter that you won't reach for another. Replacing their now retired Bitter American session ale.
One of our favorites, and another year-round hit. Think American IPA, amped up with Columbus and Centennial hops, only with the heavier building blocks of a pleasantly, lightly roasted malt that doesn't detract from the hop character.
Another Beer Buzz favorite. Not surprisingly, this West Coast brewery makes a mean West Coast IPA. Cascade, Centennial and Columbus hops balanced with amber waves of grain. We're betting this will be a favorite in the Land of Lincoln.
The first of the limited Insurrection Series to hit Binny's, Monk's Blood is 21st Amendment's amped-up take on the classic Belgian strong style. They developed the recipe while touring historic Belgian breweries, and along with traditional Abbey Ale yeast, this beast includes Dark Belgian Candi sugar, cinnamon, vanilla bean, figs and a kiss of oak. Fruitcake in a can. This winter seasonal won't be around long, and you don't want to miss it.
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Grab a pint of of Unite Red Ale, an exclusive beer brewed by the women of Chicago craft beer, in collaboration with Pink Boots Society, a professional organization created to empower women beer professionals through education and networking. This red ale was brewed at Two Brothers Roundhouse in Aurora, in conjunction with Pink Boots chapters across the country. Members of Pink Boots will be on site talking beer. Tuesday, April 21, 6:00 - 8:30PM
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