“A lot of the time, my bartenders will tell the story behind the beer as they’re serving it. If it’s not about the beer itself, it’s about the container in which it’s served. We have a kwak, a very unique glass that looks like a test tube. It has a wooden holder. People love to hear those little stories that make a beer interesting.”
Bad Weather’s core brands have been in stores and bars around the metro since 2013, but with the new space and their own taproom, they’ve expanded their line-up and their presence.
While HammerHeart is quick to give credit to others, their bold and (mostly big) beers are unlike anything else in the local beer scene.
Everybody loves chocolate, right?
The pig represents a giant piggy bank to show how much money Cheap Charlie’s patrons save.
Everyone here – from the friendly, beer-seeking taproom manager, to the quiet, always-improving head brewer – is top-notch. I know because I learned how to clean kegs on a manual keg-washing system here.
While the coasts are generally lauded for their java and suds, the Midwest is no slouch when it comes to coffee stouts.