Breweries in Evergreen Park, IL

Brewery Package for 2 or 4 with Beer Flights, Tour, and 32-oz Crowlers at Blue Nose Brewery (Up to 49% Off)

Blue Nose Brewery


New brewery taking the city by storm gives craft-beer lovers a behind-the-scenes look at the brewing process that includes six-beer flights

$54 $29

90-Minute Brewery Tour for Two, Four, or Six with Tastings, Snacks, and Glasses at Argus Brewery (Up to 57% Off)

Argus Brewery

Far Southeast Side

During a 90-minute tour, guests learn about the historic origins of the brewery and the neighborhood while sampling craft brews

$30 $15

$15 for a Brewery Tour for Two or Four with Beer at Penrose Brewing Company ($20 Value)

Penrose Brewing Company


Learn about the Geneva brewery’s craft-beer brewing process and sip two 12 oz. beers

$40 $29

Brewery Tour in Southwest Chicagoland from Brews Cruise Chicago (Up to Off). Two Options Available.

Brews Cruise Chicago


A half-day tour takes you to working breweries where you’ll sample beverages and learn what makes some of your favorite beers so good

$130 $65

Bar Food at The Sock Bar -N- Grill (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

The Sock Bar -N- Grill

The Sock Bar -N- Grill

Pizza puffs, burgers, loaded cheese fries, and other classic bar food along with a full bar and sports on the big screens

$20 $12

Bar and Grill Food at Bottoms Up Bar & Grill (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Bottoms Up Bar & Grill


Guests munch on burgers or fresh seafood as live bands jam in an outdoor beer garden and sporting events flash across 25 TVs

$20 $13

30% Cash Back at Tuckers on Grand

Tuckers on Grand

Northwest Side

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$0 $0

40% Cash Back at Lincoln Park Stadium

Lincoln Park Stadium

North Side

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$0 $0

Two Well Drinks and $10 in Tokens at Emporium Arcade Bar (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

Emporium Arcade Bar

Multiple Locations

Visitors juggle drinks and joysticks at the arcade bar’s two locations, where vintage video games and pinball tables abound

$20 $11

A Nightmare on Hubbard Street-The 5th Annual River North Halloween Costume Bar Crawl on Saturday, October 29, at 12 pm

A Nightmare on Hubbard Street – The 5th Annual River North Halloween Costume Bar Crawl

Bar Louie

Annual Halloween-themed bar crawl weaves through River North, with drink specials, live DJs, and a costume contest along the way

$27.95 $15

$35 for $55 at The Living Room at W Hotel Chicago

The Living Room at W Hotel Chicago


Enjoy upscale comfort food at this cozy and glamorous bar; menu items include chipotle tequila shrimp scampi and more

$55 $35

Beer Tastings, Flights, and Unfilled Growlers for Two or Four at Metal Monkey Brewing (Up to 33% Off)

Metal Monkey Brewing

Metal Monkey Brewing

Learn about beer and enjoy plenty of samples at the brewery, such as Goodall Day Blonde and Big Chimpin IPA

$21 $14

Grill Cuisine at White Rhino Bar & Grill (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

White Rhino Bar & Grill


Rib-eye steaks, pizzas layered with gouda cheese and andouille sausage, and pasta tossed with seafood in a sports bar with 21 TVs

$20 $13

25% Cash Back at Duffy's Tavern and Grille

Duffy's Tavern and Grille

North Side

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$0 $0

$15 For $30 Worth Of Casual Dining



$30 $15

American Cuisine for Two or Four at Á Salute Lounge & Grill (Up to 42% Off)

Á Salute Lounge & Grill

St. Charles

Refined, handcrafted cuisine influenced by Italian and classic American traditions

$20 $12

Tasting Experience for Two with Pint Glasses and "Crowlers" at Noon Whistle Brewing (Up to 44% Off)

Noon Whistle Brewing


Sip beers and take home 32-oz. canned crowlers at the brewery behind such beers as Cozmo, American Pale Ale and Bernie milk stout

$54 $30

Craft-Beer Tasting for Two or Four at Beermiscuous (Up to 43% Off)


North Side

Each guest selects four draft craft beer samples from a wide variety of options at a unique beer café

$30 $18

20% Cash Back at Graffiti Chicago

Graffiti Chicago

Near North Side

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$0 $0

American Food for Two, Four, or More at MT Barrels (40% Off)

MT Barrels


Start your meal with a cup filled with bacon and then get a burger with a patty dipped in buffalo sauce and topped with blue cheese

$20 $12

Craft Beer and Cider at Boulevard Sports Lounge (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Boulevard Sports Lounge

Humboldt Park

Sports bar covers all the bases with craft beers, bubble hockey game, enormous HDTVs, and the rights to show UFC bouts and NFL games

$20 $12

Dueling Pianos and Drinks for 2 or 4 on a Friday or Saturday at Sluggers World Class Sports Bar (Up to 60% Off)

Sluggers World Class Sports Bar


Dueling pianists take requests to soundtrack lively nights of games and drinking in the shadow of Wrigley Field

$50 $20

$20 for $30 Worth of Tropical Appetizers and Tiki-Bar Drinks at Hala Kahiki

Hala Kahiki

River Grove

Tropical cocktails named for Pelé and coral reefs poured in Polynesian-themed bar opened in 1963

$30 $20

Craft Beer and Comfort Food at Spotted Fox Ale House (40% Off)

Spotted Fox Ale House

St. Charles

Thirty draft beers from local and national craft brewers wash down tilapia tacos, bacon burgers, pasta, and sandwiches

$25 $15

$25 for $40 Worth of Food and Drink at Mo's Willow Pub and Grub

Mo's Willow Pub and Grub

Willow Springs

This family-friendly pub serves cold beers and hearty steak burgers and wings, and caters to Blackhawk’s fans

$40 $25

American Dinner for Two or Four at Vines on Clark Vines on Clark (Up to 43% Off)

Vines on Clark


Plush booths, fireplaces, and wooden accents characterize this spot, which also serves classics such as burgers and pizzas

$47 $28

Pub Food and Drinks at Old Towne Pub and Eatery (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Old Towne Pub and Eatery - St. Charles

St. Charles

Selection of burgers, sandwiches, and dinner plates, including barbecue ribs and butterfly shrimp; sports-pub setting

$20 $11

Pub Fare at Union Ale House (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Union Ale House

Prospect Heights

Pair craft beer with menu items like saganaki, drunken nachos, salads, pizza, ribs, pork chops, and signature sandwiches

$20 $12

One Free Dessert with Purchase of An Entree. at Lincoln Park Stadium

Lincoln Park Stadium

North Side

For $1, receive One Free Dessert with Purchase of An Entree.

$0 $1

Burgers, Pub Food, and Drinks for Two or Four at Lincoln Avenue Social (Up to 45% Off)

Lincoln Avenue Social

Lincoln Park

The pub menu features cheese-stuffed juicy lucy burgers, thin-crust caprese pizzas, and street tacos filled with pulled pork

$40 $22

Select Local Merchants

  • BuckleDown Brewing
    Five Things to Know About BuckleDown Brewing Founded in 2013, BuckleDown Brewing is helping bring Chicago’s craft-beer boom to the suburbs. Read on to learn more about this small-batch brewery: Being here is almost like taking a brewery tour. The taproom’s open floor plan lets you see the tanks and aging barrels. Brewmaster Ike Orcutt can probably tell you what batch you’re drinking. It used to be an auto shop. Ike and co-owner Sean Mahoney converted the space into a brewery and a sleek seating area with exposed wooden beams, a metal-paneled bar, and bright-yellow barstools. The names are just as creative as the beers. Two of the most popular pours are Belt & Suspenders American IPA and Painted Turtle extra pale ale. You can get beer to go. Select beers come in cans, and anything on tap is available in growlers. It’s BYO food. There’s no kitchen, but local food trucks sometimes park outside.
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    Lyons, IL US
  • Horse Thief Hollow
    Five Things to Know About Horse Thief Hollow Horse Thief Hollow is a relative newcomer to both Beverly and the ongoing, on-growing conversation about beer in Chicago, but its reputation and staff have grown quickly. Founded in 2013 by Neil Byers, the company has created many jobs and delicious evenings of drinking for local residents. It’s also created a stir in national and international competitions. Read on to learn more about this South Side establishment: This a full craft brewery: Horse Thief Hollow’s line of craft beers includes three staple beverages, along with a rotation of limited-edition beers. One of their flagship brews, 18th Rebellion, is a German Kölsch-style wheat ale. Unlike some other wheat ales, this still features plenty of hops for a bright, peppery finish, a nice followup to the citrusy body. It’s also a restaurant: This far South Side brewery puts a lot of craft into everything it does, including its food menu. A great example of this: the housemade spent-grain pretzels. These salty, malty bites come from the brewery’s own spent grain and are served warm and soft with a side of roasted-poblano queso. You should check out the walls. The owner partners with the Beverly Arts Alliance to find and showcase works from local artists. You don’t have to take their word on the quality. Beer, like so much in life, can be a subjective experience, but there are objective measures of quality. Just ask the judges from the 2014 World Beer Cup, who awarded Horse Thief’s Cheval Deux a silver medal in the Field Beer category. The limited-edition beverage infused sugary sweet potato into a French brown ale, a combination that beat out more than 50 other entries from all over the world. Good beer is good business. Founder Neil Byers won the 2015 James Tyree Award, given to especially fast-growing business that are good for the local economy. It comes with a $25,000 grant, which Tyree plans to use to expand his operation. He’s already created 40 new jobs, and now seeks to expand his facilities even further.
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    Chicago, IL US
  • Begyle Brewing
    Six Things to Know About Begyle Brewing Called “one of Chicago's best craft breweries” by Eater Chicago, Begyle Brewing brews and pours its sudsy wares in the idyllic Ravenswood neighborhood. Read on to learn more about what makes this brewery so special: Choose from a variety of beers. Signature beers, such as the Begyle Blonde ale or Crash Landed american-pale-wheat ale, can be found on tap or bottled year-round, but Begyle also rotates between seasonal selections and experimental brews, such as its peach-and-honey saison. There’s a taproom. The intimate tippling area seats 40 and rests right alongside the brewing facility. Customers can choose between 10 rotating taps and 5-, 13-, and 16-ounce pours. Take a tour. On Saturday at noon, Begyle invites imbibers on a tour to hear about its process and sample various beers. It costs $10 and comes with a 13-ounce tulip glass that’s yours to fill. Be part of a community. Begyle hosts a community-supported brewery membership, a service which the brewery models after the produce shares sold by local farms. Memberships run in 6- and 12-month increments and include growler fills, discounts, and the warm fuzzies that come with being part of the Begyle family. Learn about environmentally conscious brewing. Begyle aspires to be a net-zero-waste company, meaning the brewers find a use for every ingredient they come across. Even the construction of the building incorporated a “slow architecture” philosophy that emphasizes efficiency and low-impact construction. The brewery is named after socks. Sorta. Begyle was originally called "Argyle," a name inspired by co-founder Kevin Cary’s love for argyle socks. When a winery in Oregon claimed the name first, Cary changed the name to Begyle.
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    Chicago, IL US
  • DryHop Brewers
    DryHop Brewers: A User’s Guide Hoppy Craft Ales | Kegs and Eggs Brunch | Growler Fills and Sampler Flights | Late-Night Snack Menu Sample Menu Brunch: strawberry-rhubarb challah french toast with orange mascarpone, fresh fruit, and Vermont maple syrup Lunch: The Burger, which comes with ancho-chili-tomato jam, pickled sweet onions, and raw-milk cheddar Dinner: new york strip-steak frites with chimichurri sauce Beer: Shark Meets Hipster, a refreshing wheat IPA made with Galaxy hops and passion fruit Not Sure Which Beer to Get? Take a Flight DryHop offers sampler flights with six craft beers of your choosing. Its draft choices change regularly, but you can expect a variety of IPAs, stouts, and unorthodox brews, like chocolate-milk porters and saisons made with ghost peppers. Take Your Beer to Go Digging a particular beer from your sampler when it’s time to go? You can get it bottled in a 64-ounce glass growler or a 32-ounce aluminum can. Not only does this let you enjoy brewery-fresh beer at home, but it’s also good for the environment. Best Meal Masquerading as an Appetizer A giant pile of fries, applewood-smoked bacon, aged cheddar, scallions, and sausage gravy (you can get a fried egg on top, too)—DryHop’s poutine can serve as a seriously filling and delicious entree. Most Philanthropic, Punniest Beer DryHop collaborated with the nearby Lincoln Park Zoo to brew Take Me To Your Lemur, its cantaloupe-and-clementine Belgian wit. The brewery donates $1 from every pint to the Crowned Lemur Wish List Fund.
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    Chicago, IL US
  • Koval Distillery
    Robert Birnecker and Sonat Birnecker-Hart are devoted to the art of distilling. For Robert, it’s a family tradition: he still treasures memories of his grandparents’ award-winning Austrian distillery, where he often helped out as a child. A graduate of Oxford and the University of London, Robert's wife, Sonat, gave up a tenured academic position to pursue the couple’s dream of making their own spirits from scratch. Today, Robert and Sonat’s award-winning Koval Distillery is the first to open in Chicago’s city limits since Prohibition. There, they blend classic, mainstream techniques with contemporary, indie methods, ensuring quality by using only certified organic and kosher ingredients grown in the Midwest. Using a Kothe potstill custom-made and hand-built in Germany, the husband-and-wife team produces small-batch spirits, including five original white whiskeys made from rye, oat, wheat, millet, and spelt mash. They also distill Lion’s Pride aged whiskeys, plus a selection of liqueurs and brandies, such as bierbrand made with Dynamo Copper Lager from neighbor Metropolitan Brewing. These spirits have won multiple local and national awards, from Whisky Magazine’s 100 Greatest Distilleries to Visit to the Chicago Reader’s Best Local Distillery.
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    Chicago, IL US
  • Haymarket Pub & Brewery
    Haymarket Pub & Brewery houses two prominent culinary figures. Chef Christopher McCoy ensures everything on the menu is prepared in-house, whether the four rotating seasonal sausages, the Amish-style rotisserie chicken, or the sustainable seafood; and brewer Peter Crowley ensures the same home-made mentality applies to the beer program. Peter makes more than 100 batches of fresh craft beer each year, focusing on classic Belgian and contemporary American styles. He was won medals at the 2011 Great American Beer Festival, the 2012 World Beer Cup, and the 2011 and 2012 Festival of Wood and Barrel Aged Beer. These creators merge their passions in the kitchen and brewery of their 100-year-old building, which was named as one of Zagat's 24 Must-Visit Craft Beer Destinations Around the U.S. A corridor connects the two main bars and dining rooms, which both feature exposed-brick walls and mosaic-tiled floors. Visitors traveling between the rooms are treated to views of the brewhouse, fermentation tanks, and serving vessels, where the brewing team creates fresh hand-crafted beers. Servers navigate between tables clutching locally-sourced pork ribs, vegan soups and sandwiches, and half-pound burgers dressed with chile-infused chocolate sauce, olive mayo, or house-cured bacon. At the bar, staff pours current house brews alongside guest craft beers from 32 taps. On special nights, this space also hosts international beer dinners, live music, and the Drinking and Writing Theater—a showcase of original works inspired by Oscar Wilde’s tendency to chug juice boxes while he wrote.
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    Chicago, IL US

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