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Will County Brewing Company

Founded in February of 2016 by three homebrewers, Will County Brewing Company is a locally-owned and operated brewery with taproom focused on craft, community, and charity. Our taproom features 16 taps, a large bar and tasting room, production facility with 5 barrel brew house, 40 barrels of fermentation capacity, and room for between 70-130 patrons. We have plenty of games, TVs, and music to keep you coming back. Read More

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Wild Onion Brewing Company

Established in 1997, Wild Onion Brewing Company is one of Chicagoland’s early craft brewing pioneers. We brew a wide variety of both year-round ales and lagers, along with an ever-changing lineup of seasonals. Sample our brews at one of our two pubs in Lake Barrington and Oak Park. Wild Onion Our beers are packaged in both 12 oz. cans and bottles and are now distributed throughout Chicagoland, New Jersey, and Missouri. Read More

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Two Brothers Brewing Company

Two Brothers Brewing Company was founded by Jim and Jason Ebel in late 1996. What started out as a two-man passion project, Two Brothers has grown into a lifestyle brand, including award-winning craft beer, three artisan restaurants, specialty-grade coffee, a distribution company and a line of hand-crafted spirits. With an unrelenting passion for producing high-quality, well-balanced beers that push the boundaries of flavor, Two Brothers remains 100% family owned and staunchly independent. Read More

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Revolution Brewing

Revolution Brewing started in 2010 as a Brewpub in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago. Today, it’s the largest independently owned brewery in Illinois, brewing every drop in Chicago between the original brewpub space in and a production brewery and taproom in Avondale. We work hard to provide great, accessible brews for everyday people. We have fun doing what we do and hope you have fun drinking our beers! Read More

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One Allegiance Brewing

One Allegiance Brewing is the reflection of founder Zack Judickas’ many years involved with craft. Like many others, Zack started out brewing beer out of his garage at home. When 10-gallon batches were no longer enough, he got his industry experience by advancing around three different breweries in the Chicagoland area. At the end of the day, there is a form of art to brewing beer and Zack wanted to share his craft with his community in a space he could call his own. Read More

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Off Color Brewing

Off Color Brewing makes beer. Sometimes we do other things but not as well. We’ve produced award winning, beers on the global stage. Now we just do it for ourselves applying our brewing knowledge, experience, and creativity to create a new breed of classically inspired American beer. Read More

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Mikerphone Brewing

Craft Beer Inspired By Music. Opened in 2015, Mikerphone Brewing is located in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. Mikerphone founder Mike Pallen named his brewery as a riff on his name and his love of music. Read More

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Metropolitan Brewing

Founded in 2009 in Chicago, Illinois, Metropolitan Brewing specializes in crafting German-style lagers. Their beers are sold throughout Illinois and in Wisconsin. The brewery is housed in a gorgeous 125-year-old building that’s modern, clean, and airy, but very much 100-year-old Chicago. Read More

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Maplewood Brewery & Distillery

Maplewood Brewery & Distillery opened with the mission to push liquid boundaries in an unassuming building nestled in Chicago’s historic Logan Square neighborhood. The first of its kind to establish brewing and distilling roots under a single roof, Maplewood has been producing finely crafted beer and spirits out of their 10 BBL brewhouse and 250 L Kothe hybrid still since 2014. Three years after moving into the production facility, Maplewood opened the Lounge, a neighborhood bar doubling as a cocktail parlor and brewery taproom. Read More

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Kings & Convicts Brewing Co.

Kings & Convicts is a privately held company headquartered in Highwood, Illinois, in the North Shore of Chicago. Conceived by an Englishman and an Aussie, Kings & Convicts started brewing for the public in 2017 and was built on the freedom of anti-authority and the spirit of fellowship. They brew ales and lagers inspired by the tales of convicts, royalty and the undercurrent of American gangsters. Every beer tells a story. Kings & Convicts’ beer is available on draft and in cans at its taproom and in bars and restaurants across Chicagoland and southern Wisconsin. Read More