This content was originally published by The Hop Review, a digital magazine that joined the Hop Culture family in March 2020.
This piece was written by Tom White.
CHICAGO CRAFT BEER WEEK 2016
The Hop Review & Bitter Pops Present:
“Ultra Fresh Brews”
The best way to enjoy nearly any beer, is as fresh as you can possibly get your hands on it. When the beer leaves the brewery and begins an often long trek to your glass–the clock is ticking on those ultra fresh hop aromas, malty backbones, and yeasty esters we’ve all come to love.
It was with that love in mind, that for Chicago Craft Beer Week 2016, The Hop Review & new craft shop/tasting room, Bitter Pops, are working to bring the freshest beer available in Chicago to you–all in one place. Featuring 17 locally brewed beers, all packaged within days of the event, this is the only place you’ll be able to taste beer as it was meant to be—”ultra fresh,” straight from the brewery to you.
Admission is free and the beer is available until it’s gone. This will truly be the only time you will be able to taste these beers as fresh as they’ll be, all on one night. Brewers, and representatives will be on hand from each brewery to answer your questions and discuss…freshness! Please RSVP below.
Friday, MAY 27, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Bitter Pops, 3345 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60657
5 Rabbit Cervecería – Bedford Park, IL
Arcade Brewery – Logan Square
Around The Bend – Logan Square
Begyle Brewing – Northcenter
Burnt City Brewing (formerly Atlas) – Lincoln Park
Empirical Brewery – Ravenswood
– West Town Forbidden Root
Hop Butcher For The World (formerly South Loop Brewing) – Bowmanville
Hopewell Brewing Co. – Logan Square
Horse Thief Hollow – Beverly
Maplewood Brewery & Distillery – Logan Square
Metropolitan Brewing – Ravenswood
Pipeworks Brewing – Logan Square
Revolution Brewing – Logan Square
Tribes Beer Co. – Mokena, IL
Vice District – South Loop
We promise many beers you know and love–as fresh as you’ve ever enjoyed–as well as many you won’t have had before.