The Philosophy of Revolution’s Barrel Program

You should always, without exception drink what you like and don’t let anyone discourage you.  Having said that, there is a belief that sugar is dominating the market right now. Sweet, adjunct friendly interpretations of just about every popular style are for sale in record numbers. On the other end …

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Introducing – Revolution’s Thundertaker

This might be my all-time favorite Deep Woods release. First off lets just say there’s something to be said about the look of a world class, barrel aged beer. That first pour when the fluffy, ruby brown head crowns the top the teku…it’s damn near erotic. You could argue that …

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The Inaugural Italian Beef Festival

Revolution Brewing’s taproom was the scene. The Legends of Beef (Al’s, Buona and Mr. Beef) were all in attendance. Every one here acknowledges that Italian Beef is a Chicago tradition from the 1930’s. Immigrant weddings needed an efficient way to provide food to serve large groups. The beef was slices …

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Craft Beer, Community, and Cuisine

Chicago Craft Beer Week is an incredible 10 days (best week ever!) where Chicagoans can explore the limits of local craft beer. More than 300 venues offered special deals, pairings, discounts, and events to honor those breweries and brewers who breathe life into beer. The celebration began with “Beer Under …

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BrewDogs Chicago Episode

  The Revolution will be televised! Usually we don’t discuss national TV shows on this outlet, but this is too exciting to pass up. James Watt and Martin Dickie are founders of the UK’s fastest growing brewery – BrewDog. The duo travel the globe challenging brewers to help them create …

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