Summer Brew - Lincoln Square

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This Summer Lincoln Square is kicking the Chicago street festival scene up a notch with the inaugural Summer Brew! Join the Lincoln Square Chamber of Commerce for a night of local beer and local food as we celebrate the start of the much anticipated Square Roots fest!

On Thursday, July 19th local breweries from around Chicago and the Great Lakes Region will be pouring under the open skies to showcase what great beers Chicago and the Region has to offer. This special evening event will showcase over 15 specially selected beers that won't be available to the general public during the Square Roots fest. Several brew masters will even be on hand so that you'll have a chance to learn a little bit about each of the beers and discuss what makes each of them unique.

Participating Breweries include:
- Two Brothers (Warrenville, IL)
- 5 Rabbit (Chicago, IL)
- Finch (Chicago, IL)
- Founders (Grand Rapids, MI)
- Greenbush (Sawyer, MI)
- Hinterland (Green Bay, WI)
- Metropolitan (Chicago, IL)
- New Holland (Holland, MI)
- Vander Mill Cider (Spring Lake, MI)

If you're hungry during the event local restaurants The Grafton Pub and Fountainhead will be cooking up some of the best food in town! We'll even have wine for those of you who don't have a taste for beer.



$20 Admission, includes complimentary 9 ounce glass

Drink/food tickets will be available for purchase at the event with cash. 1 ticket = $1.00

Beers = 4 tickets (9 ounce pour)
Wine = 5 tickets
Food = 4 to 8 tickets

Submitted by: LincolnSquareCC
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