This Saturday, March 10, at our Elgin area tap room, we're tapping Goose Island's brand new beer, 312 Dry-Hopped, as well as a few other beers. The Olive Branch food truck will be out back serving up Greek dishes including gyros, souvlaki, street fries, and more.
If you're from the Chicago area, you're certainly familiar with 312, Goose's wheat ale that's been around for years. We'll have a fresh keg of the original 312 on the Heritage Handle so you can easily compare the dry-hopped version to the classic.
We'll also have a keg of Goose Island's Brasserie Noir on tap. This beer uses Bourbon County's imperial stout base, but is aged in wet cabernet barrels for up to 12 months.
Plus, if it lasts until then, we may still have Brasserie Blanc on as well, which is Goose Island's wild golden ale aged in wine barrels with Orange Muscat grape juice.
REMINDER: Doors open to the public at 1 p.m. We're a 21-and-over venue, so leave the kiddos with a sitter. Parking may be limited, so grab an Uber, carpool, or have mom drop you off.