Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

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Rock Bottom Restaurant & BreweryRock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery
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3,048 Ratings
Place Score: 86
Ratings: 102
Reviews: 67
rAvg: 3.82
pDev: n/a
Taps: 12
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Cask: N
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[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

1 W Grand Ave
Chicago, Illinois, 60654-4806
United States
phone: (312) 755-9339

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Photo of slander
4/5  rDev +4.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Long overdue, my thrice postponed work stint is finally scheduled for a few days in Chicago. After dinner at Giordano's, everyone's heading back to the hotel, everyone 'cept me, that is. Yeah, and Shelley. She knows what's up, she's seen this show in Houston so she's coming too. I've got the area all mapped out on this little map I drew, of the places, with the beer, so we do the 4 blocks walk to Clark Street to find them closed for a private party, so beaten but not defeated, we opt for that Rock Bottom halfway back to the...
Nicely spacious room with an "L" shaped wood bar seating a dozen. A dozen tables are housed in an elevated seating area along the large front windows looking out over West Grand Avenue, with another 6 below that in a center area, another 6 beyond that adjacent to the bar, and another 6 along the far wall heading back towards the rear room amongst a few bar counters.
The far wall running the length of the room is all brick as are the columns throughout the room, otherwise it's wood lowers and beige uppers, and spot lighting overhead. A big screen and TV's everywhere. Behind the bar is a room with a row of 30 BBL fermenters visible behind glass.
I opted for the sampler, which gives you all 8 beers (Light, Gold, Wit, Red, Brown, Porter, Schwartz, Belgian Strong Ale). The Wit, which was their "wheat beer in rotation", was my favorite of the lot of 'em, nicely sweet, corriander and orange. I also enjoyed the Brown Ale, deeply chocolatey and rich, all Willamette hopped.
The Shwartz was bitter, and kind of plain, the Porter was Dry Irish Stoutlike, and the Red was well dryhopped. As to the Belgian Strong Ale... at 12%, well, all I've got to say is "sweet warming alcohol!!!"
How long do you think it took me to ask about the conspicuous hand pump? It's been dead for a year. I hung my head low and wept silently. Well, I would've if Shelley weren't with me. They've got these really cool red metal racks for delivering samplers. They look like the heads of metal rakes with curvatures for holding and lifting multiple glasses at once.
Throughout and about...
There's a spacious back room, with 4 pool tables, a half dozen bar tables, and Phil's golf game.
A side dining room holds a dozen booths and 2 dozen tables, mostly hugging the walls along the 2-front windows hugging this corner room. A handful of mashers lie behind glass here as well.
And upstairs, there's a rooftop beer garden I would've liked to have seen, although that wasn't happening this January evening.
Beers were solid overall and service was pleasant and attentative.

Photo of emerge077
4.05/5  rDev +6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

Stopped here tonight for the purpose of trying some barrel-aged offerings, which there will be a series of 8 released starting Nov. 2007. A dry-hopped stout, winter warmer, and oatmeal stout were all pouring. These aren't available in growlers, so we decided to stop in for a beer. Had a new barrel-aged oatmeal stout ($6), and took home a growler of the 12th anniversary IPA ($8.75).

Service and atmosphere are much better at the bar than in the restaurant. If you're visiting from out of town and write the place off after one visit, you're missing out. The seasonals and one-offs are impressive and consistently good.

Original review:
The atmosphere is better than a TGI Friday's but not by much. Lots of staff dashing about, herding busloads of tourists and after-work groups. Daytime is a better atmosphere, more relaxed anyway. During the summer months, the rooftop garden is a nice option with a limited menu. The brew kettles are prominent right up front, on the left when you walk in. Bar is generally louder and slightly smoky, again daytime is not so bad.

The beers i've tried on various visits have all been fresh and of high-quality. Erik the Red, BA Coffee Porter last year, Saison, Hefe...all good. Usually a great seasonal offering.

Food is alright, not my favorite. Some tex-mex, bbq, southern salads, pizza, all things to all (American) people. Quality wise it's passable. Check it out if you're staying downtown, the beer is way above average for this chain.

Photo of NeroFiddled
3.55/5  rDev -7.1%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 4.5

A very nice brewpub that gets alot of crap because it's part of a chain. However, Rock Bottom is a very well run chain - probably the best in the country right now. The food is good, the service is good, and the beers are good - even if somewhat limited. But some of the specialty brews are great. The only thing that brings this location down for beer guys is that it get's alot of tourist traffic and it's overly crowded at the bar on weekends. If you're in this part of town during the day, check it out!

Photo of SaCkErZ9
3.33/5  rDev -12.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 2 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

I was staying at the Embassy Suites down the street so this place was the nearest beerworthy joint. Went there on two occasion and although I was please with the overall experience, I wasnt really expecting much from this chain. I will say this was my best experience of the chain.

Went on Friday night and it was slammed with thirtysomethings so service was really bad. Ordered a Belgian Wit and received a pale ale. It thought it would be okay when the server said "This one is on us". Whenever I got the bill, there was the wrong beer on there. I knew if I disputed it would take 30 minutes so I accepted the beer anyway (my wife drank it). Went on Saturday afternoon for a LATE lunch (like 2pm) and service was still pretty lame although the joint was pretty empty.

Beers were actually pretty good. I had the American Stout, the pale ale, the Belgian Wit, a 13 anniversary ale, and a HopFunWeizen (american wheat) and all were enjoyable with the stout being my favorite.

Chose a mushroom swiss burger that was pretty good. Fries were kind of old and cold and chewy due to the late lunch.

Pricey beers but I guess that is Chicago. Most were in the $5-$6 range, which was typical of all of Chicago. Went twice so I enjoyed it!

Photo of Yetiman420
3.76/5  rDev -1.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

Stopped in for a couple of pints with a colleague after dinner (up the street in old town).

Very large bar area and very crowded for 9:30 on a Tuesday night.

They had about 8 beers on tap but no hoppy IPA which is what I'm after.

I had a red that was described as aggressively hopped with centennial and I think cascade but I didn't pick up much of it in the beer. Also had a Chicago gold that was a pale ale in the pac nw style and was a pretty good session beer. Ended with the smoked juniper porter which was nice and would have been much better served on a beer engine.

Good location to grab a beer right off the Mag Mile. There's also a Binney's right around the corner.

Photo of dirtylou
4/5  rDev +4.7%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

much much better than the Charlotte location

i imagine this place is usually full of tourists due to its location in the magnificent mile district. It was definately a good night to be a 23 year old male though since there was plenty of 20 something females in the room. The place was absolutely packed and was a bit trendy for a brewpub.

i liked the fact that they have rotating stouts and wheats. they had the oatmeal stout when i was there and it was pretty good. they also had a specialty IPA on tap. It seemed like they have a rotating stock of specialty brews as well.

service was good, especially due to the packed house.

we hit this place up after a long day at the intonation music festival at Union park and were quite hungry. Maybe it was the conditions but I thought my burger was phenomenal. I forget the name of it but it had 3 types of shrooms with swiss/cheddar melted, and that baby was huge.

seems like a solid place to grab a bite and have a few beers but unless you want to deal with the crowds, I would go early.

Photo of Redrover
4.08/5  rDev +6.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

My company had an outing here. I'm glad the planer is a beer fan!.

Nice large space, plenty of room to stretch out. Nice lively crowd adds to the fun.

My bartender was very good. He was able to tell me about all the beers and did not get tired of my questions.

I liked the food. We were served from a buffet, but the food was tasty. Nice appetizers as well.

I had not been in a Rock Bottom for about 5 years and I was surprised about how much the beer has improved. I liked the Wheat & the red, but the IPA was the best in class. Unfortunately, they did not have a stout or porter available that evening.

This is well worth a stop if you find yourself downtown. Very enjoyable indeed!

Photo of rhoadsrage
3.05/5  rDev -20.2%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 3 | selection: 3 | food: 3.5

Rock Bottom is in the near north side which means that is it is located very close to all the shopping trendy parts that tourist love to hit part of town. Take a cab or expect to valet part cause you won't find a parking spot unless you are a local and you now the secret prime locations. When you get into RB they have your typical sports bar/ brewpub schlock on the walls like "olde time" beer signs and giant TVs play any sports that are on at that time.

They usually have the standard 4-5 beers on tap with 1 seasonal and they are all are within style guidelines but still appeal to the masses. If I'm in the area I usually stop in for the seasonal but I don't go out of my way for the usual suspects.

They wait staff is used to dealing with high volume so they are really good at getting what you need and moving on. They always seem nice but they never stay around to answer questions.

The food is typical pub grub and if also appeals to the masses so you are pretty safe with anything you order.

It is a fun place to go if a company has rented out the private rooms and they foot the bill but with so many choices in Chicago it is not one of my typical hangouts.

Photo of bditty187
4.13/5  rDev +8.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I've been to a couple Rock Bottom Brewpubs. I am never thrilled to go to one but I always like my visit. As this Rock Bottom was literally two blocks from our hotel we stopped here for dinner.

At 8pm on a Saturday night it was loud and busy. We found a seat near the bar in moments and had great service throughout even though it was busy.

The first thing that jumped off the food menu was the large pretzels for an appetizer and beef tips for dinner. I don't even recall what else was on the menu. I was hungry and those sounded good. My better half got steak and she liked it. The food was very good. As expected.

For beer, we tried the seasonal IPA (tasty... hoppy, not too bitter), Stout (robust roasted flavors), Unfiltered Pale Ale (decent) and a Barleywine which I really liked. If wasn't so tired (I had drove straight from Omaha) I would have had a couple of these.

I didn't really checkout the building; the dinner area seemed to be separate from the bar. The bar area was dark, lots of wood and their beer signs. Lots of tables and booths, plenty of seating... it looked like a fairly big place. There was even seating upstairs (but that was closed on our visit). The bathrooms were upstairs as well. The TVs had a Cubs rerun on plus some random-ass "X Games" type thing. That was really my only complaint, put on some live sports!!

Our waitress, Jen, was awesome... attentive and knowledgeable about their beer.

Rock Bottom, during our visit, was the right place at the right time. Good food and good beer... yes, it was loud and busy but it was downtown Chicago on a Saturday. What else should I have expected?

Worth a visit.

Photo of jrallen34
3.08/5  rDev -19.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 2.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3 | food: 3.5

This brewery is located smack dab in the middle of downtown Chicago. Being such its always busy which sucks and forever has has annoying construction around making it tough to get in and out.

The atmosphere is nothing special, its a a regular busy restaurant with a couple tvs throughout. Its too busy and cramped for me.

The quality is ok, they have decent beers of their own making. However, the quality and selection of guest beers is severely lacking.

The service is ok. They are not beer people, but nice enough. Cannot offer you good suggestions.

The selection is pretty weak, usually only 5-6 of their brews and not much of a choice of anything else.

The food bar food, and average at that. For the restaurant it is, it should be a lot better.

Photo of BEERchitect
4.14/5  rDev +8.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

Visited on a recent trip to Chicago on the recommendation of Kmpitz2. And he is right, this is a better Rock Bottom than most (thought I have enjoyed all Rock Bottom's that I have visited). Located convenient to the Red Line, the Rock Bottom has a distinct urban flare that I think is key for the survival of any Micro-brewery. Has a blend of true rustic architecture and pseudo rustic architecture, but vast and spacious. Even with the crowd of the Cubs game, I was able to find a bar table relatively easy. Less interested in the game, I enjoyed watching the activity on the sidewalk and street. The service was also surprisingly attentive despite the crowd. They were knowlegable and interested in my interpretation of each brew. Though I did not eat (I hit Giordono's earlier) the food looked very appealing. After the sampler, I hit a special release IPA, ESB, an Double Stout. The bar seems to cater to everyone from tourists to locals, from beer enthuziests to just dinners, from sports fans to pool players. This can be good or bad; for me, I found this a posative. None of the beers were bad. Most were crowd-pleasers, but there were some beers there that are meant for the serious beer guys. Can't wait to visit again.

Photo of drewbage
3.88/5  rDev +1.6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3

I know.. this is a corporate brewpub. The thought of praising what is normally a monolithic chain is a bit anathema to my prefered style of thinking, but RB has done a lot to grant some more beer knowledge to the masses. Praise em for that..

And praise whoever unleashed brewmaster Pete Crowley at this location. Pete is easily one of the most creative guys working inside of a corporate structure these days. Where else could you go to a Rock Bottom and find that the guy has been making his own barrel aged lambics (which he kindly shared with us during the AHA pre-conference pub crawl) Every one of Pete's specialities is at the very least, not boring.

As for the particular location, this place is right in the heart of downtown and is fricking huge.Tons of space and big screens alond with an impressively sized main bar. During the warmer months there's a big upper deck that overlooks State and Grand.

This probably is the best location in the whole chain so don't pass it up just because it looks like another corporate location.

Photo of cratez
3.8/5  rDev -0.5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Came here with my girlfriend and parents while living in Chicago. Gorgeous, swanky interior, lots going on, fairly loud music with patrons by the bar and couples/families seated for dinner. We chose a booth by the window away from the crowd. My dad and I split a flight of seven different beers, including the American Dream IPA, Brown Bear Dark Ale, Terminal Stout, and Line Drive Light, among others. All of the brews were mediocre to above average. For food I went with the Creole Jambalaya, we all split the Brewery Nachos, and everyone enjoyed their entrees. This is a great place to have some drinks and a meal with friends or family, just don't expect much from the beer lineup.

Photo of botham
4.43/5  rDev +16%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

rock bottom in chicago is right in the midst of downtown. a great location and a great spread of brew types.

there were around ten brews on tap, with a good spread of variety, from pilsners to stouts, and a good line of in-betweens. the terminal oatmeal stout is good, although it jumps away from the archetypes of the style a bit, it is a decent brew. the porter was great, highly recommended!

the staff is friendly and responsive, for brews, samples, or to talk beer and brewing. service was prompt and of good quality.

overall, this is a good place to stop and have a brew while in downtown Chicago, especially when travelling with a group of diverse beer drinkers, most styles are covered. cheers!

Photo of BigRizz62
3.75/5  rDev -1.8%

Nice selection of their own brands

Photo of sleazo
3.43/5  rDev -10.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

There are a few things I loke about this location of rock Bottom. First there is the roof deck which is great for the summer and offers nice views of downtown Chicago. The second thing is this place seems to have better quality seasonals than other locations. I had a Bourbon Barrel aged Brown bear ale which I thought was excellent. Other than that it was the typical Rock Bottom beers. The IPA I had was pretty bad, it tasted like hop pellets and nothing else. The food is typical Rock Bottom which you would find anywhere. It happens to be across the st from y friends house so it is a good choice for the area.

Photo of stouts4me
4.2/5  rDev +9.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

A: this is a big brewery restaurant area, plus the AWESOME rooftop - super atmosphere !

Q: I have always had positive experiences here, the staff all look to please you, make sure your visit was as expected.

S: Very attentive bartenders, happy to give a sample, so you get the beer you'll enjoy.Hostess very friendly on my visit.

Sel: Very good menu, would like to see a hot pretzel, though.Always some extras of beer selections.

F: I had the pulled pork, very lean, sauce was tasty, sweet, just as it should be. Other selections I've had in the past were just as good.

V: prices are fair, there is a mug club, so you get a larger pour if you belong, no prices seem out of ordinary, good value.

Photo of Longstaff
4.18/5  rDev +9.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

This place is incredibly huge! The bar itself is not that large, maybe 20 seats, but there was a dining area near the bar that would be as big as most brewpubs. Then they have another large dining area to the left as you walk in, an upstairs hall, and a rooftop beer garden. Most of the regular beers were in the somewhat boring range expected at a big chain brewpub. But I had an Oktoberfest lager that was very good and the Dunkleweizen they had while I was there was outstanding. I would go back just for this beer alone. Food was typical of the Rock Bottom menus elsewhere. Sevice was very attentive without being too in your face. Bartender let me sample most of the beer and was very knowledgeable about the beer and ingredients used. Sidewalk on Grand smells like young punks who can't handle their beer throw up out there on a regular basis.

Photo of WoodBrew
4.63/5  rDev +21.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

Chitown....BABY! Corner of State and Grand....great local for a brewery. Yes these are a chain of breweries, but they do a fairly nice job of brewing beer....mix that with some great food....espcially the NACHOS (according to my wife) and you have major success! Solid line up of beers....I had the specials...Fire Chief and Drink Me IPA....both very good. We of course had nachos...followed by a delicious burger. It is certainly worth a stop even if just for a beer! The bar area is much better thean the stiff "grill" area. I like my breweries to be relaxed.

Photo of Clembo1957
4.38/5  rDev +14.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

We visited Rock Bottom on a busy Thursday evening but were found a table in the corner by the friendly Server with no problem. The server was excellent and knew his beer so i ordered a beer sampler (or possibly two...)

I had Chicago gold (5.2), Lake Drive Light (3.9), Rotating Walleye Wheat (5.0), Erik the Red Ale (5.5), Crowley's Irish American Stout (4.0), Double Diamond Double IPA (9.0) Neil Diamond IPA (7.0) Bowdon Barrel Aged Imperial ale (11.0)i think, by then my handwriting was a bit indecipherable! I also had a massive steak meal which was excellent.

Rock Bottom is handy for The Loop, downtown and The Holiday Inn Express where we were staying. Excellent food, a good selection of beers, friendly staff but i imagine it gets very busy at weekends.

Photo of kmpitz2
4.3/5  rDev +12.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

Been here a few times this month. Upon entering, there is a bar and small seating area to the right and restaurant style seating to the left. I've only been in the bar and pool area. There is quite a bit of seating at the bar, with a nice view of some of the equipment behind the bar. Not sure the exact number, but it seemed they had about a dozen house beers on with at least 3-5 special brews each time I was there. Everything I had was pretty darn good, but I only sampled special releases. It was a little difficult to get a beer the first time I was there, but the second, I sat at the bar and the server payed very good attention to me, even taking time to strike up a conversation with me. I've yet to have food here, so I have no comment there. This is easily going to be one of my favorite stops when I move back to the city in a few months. It seems to be nice and relaxed, with just a great vibe to the location. Not to mention that its literally a few steps from the red line, making it easy as anything to get there.

Photo of orbitalr0x
4.1/5  rDev +7.3%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5

Rock Bottom was the 2nd stop on the BA/CTA Pubcrawl and it's located right off the red line, only a few steps away. Upon entering you get the familiar restaurant vibe that comes with most Rock Bottom locations. The bar area wraps around like an L in the center of the restaurant and you can see some of the brewing tanks behind glass that is behind the bar. The restaurant and bar portion were both pretty crowded so it was hard to find somewhere to sit.

They had probably about 10 regular selections on tap, like their pale ale, oatmeal stout (yum), and more. Then, they also had a few limited selections like a bourbon barrel aged brown and a double IPA. I decided to grab a big mug of the double IPA which was nothing short of fantastic. The Oatmeal Stout was equally tasty and the few sips of the bourbon beers I tried were yummy as well. I can't fault the brews here at all. Service to our table was really non-existant and I had to go to the bar to get more beer, which also took a bit of waiting to get someone's attention. However, I was keeping in mind that it was busy and it is downtown Chicago!

I didn't try any food here, maybe next time. Overall, this is easily the best Rock Bottom I've ever been to and it's cool that Pete puts out so many interesting barrel aged brews. I will definetly be making my way back here...the sooner the better. Well worth checking out if you're in the city.

Photo of mymrnngjckt
2.64/5  rDev -30.9%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 2.5 | service: 3 | selection: 2.5

Stopped here on a recent visit to Chicago. Only two block from my hotel. Walked in and was able to find the bar after walking around trying to find the bathroom which happened to be upstairs. The bar was pretty packed for a Monday night. Found two seats and ordered up some drinks. The service was OK. The selection was unimpressive. Usual house offerings with only two other offering. Settled on the Hoppy Summer. The beer tasted slightly better than home brew. I thought the place was overly dark like the all of the other Rock Bottom breweries I have been to. All in all, an OK place to stop if you are in the area.

Photo of granger10
4.4/5  rDev +15.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

While in Chicago one of my friends told me he went to this place and wanted to go again. I figured it would be like a Grand Rapids Brewing Co. and nothing special, prolly bland beer with mediocre food and shoddy service. But it was lunchtime and my hangover was starting to kick in. I needed lunch and maybe a beer or two so a group of us went. Well, shit, I was way off the mark here! The service was quite knowledgable about their beers and he was very friendly, already better than the GRBC and their shitty service. Their sampler deal was a good deal so I went with that. The beer was exceptional for a national chain standards. This brewer knows his stuff, its obvious. Each beer had a solid flavor and some were exceptional. Plus, the best part, they had a bourbon barrel aged imp. stout and a bourbon barrel aged barleywine on tap!!! And they were both awesome, simply incredible. The food was solid and large in size. I had an chesse dip appetizer which was really thick and slightly spicy. Then the pulled pork sandwich which was really big and really juicy, not dry at all. The fries were weak and too greasy and thin. I liked this place so much I had to go back a few more times in my relatively short stay, it was also b/c of where i was staying and the fact i could walk there and back easily. Don't miss this place, next time I would like to meet the brewer and give him my congrats on such a good job.

Photo of number1bum
4.13/5  rDev +8.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Stopped here on a business trip. I've only previously been to the Rock Bottom in Minneapolis, which was pretty good but not great, and overall I would say that this location was much better. Atmosphere was fine - nice bar, plenty of space, and not terribly loud or smoky on a busy but not crazy Sunday evening. I sat at the bar and the service was prompt and courteous...nothing to complain about there (although at least one of the servers clearly didn't know much about beer, while the other two were more competent). I had the BBQ chicken chipotle pizza which was very good (and the dough is made with the brown ale, mmmm), but a lot of the stuff on the menu seemed sort of boring so I didn't go above a 4 there.

Now on to the beer. I had the Erik the Red, the Brown Ale and the Blitzen. The Erik the Red was very good, the Brown Ale was solid if not unspectacular, and the Blitzen was a really nice belgian pale (although I thought it leaned a bit toward a belgian dubbel, but it was good however you want to classify it). I enjoyed all three and wish I had time to try some of the others...particularly the Imperial Stout on cask. Only knock I have is that the selection is somewhat limited, but they had 2 cask selections so I left it a 4.

I thought the beer was a tad pricey, to be honest, but the food was very reasonable so overall the value was good. I would definitely come back.

edit: stopped back again the next night and had the Irish Dry Stout and the Fire Chief Irish Red. Fire Chief was very tasty, and the Stout was nice, as well. The two Reds are definitely the best brews I tasted here.

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Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery in Chicago, IL
86 out of 100 based on 102 ratings.