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306 W. State Street
Featured Beer: Aegir's Ale
All beer is unfiltered here, this featured beer has a delightful kick, crisp, not excessively hoppy
Lunar Brewing Company
54 E. St. Charles Road
Featured Beer: Jumping Cow Cream Ale
This brewery has an affinity for astral-themed brews, pints average $5, this featured beer is very smooth
America's Historic Roundhouse
205 N. Broadway
Featured Beer: Walter Payton Pilsner
This brewery's brewmaster Mike Rybinski has taken three gold medals at the World Beer Cup competition, this featured beer was the winner of the gold medal at the 2000 World Beer Cup.
Limestone Brewing Company
12337 S. Rte. 59
Featured Beer: Indian Boundary Ale
this brewery offers ten house brews on tap and excellent appetizers to accompany them, this featured beer is a beautifully balanced India brown ale.
Flossmoor Station Restaurant and Brewery
1035 Sterling Avenue
Featured Beer: Gandy Dancer Honey Ale
this brew offers seasonal beers from pomegranate sour to organic cocoa, they offer bottles for retail, this featured beer is one of its staple offerings and the winner of the silver medal at the Great American Beer Festival in 1999.
To read more about suburban microbrews, visit www.chicagomag.com/suburbanbrews.
August 26: Chicago Scene - Suburban Breweries
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