Goose Island

When the first Goose Island Brewpub opened its doors in 1988, domestic, mass-produced beer was deeply ingrained in Midwestern culture. The craft beer industry was still in its infancy, with only a handful of brewpubs in existence in the Midwest. In his travels across Europe, beer-lover John Hall had enjoyed a distinctive local brew in each region he visited. John decided that his hometown, Chicago, would be the ideal place to do just that.

    • 312 Urban Wheat Ale
    • Honker’s Ale
    • Urban Pale Ale
    • Island IPA
    • Island Seasonal
    • The Ogden