Preview: Driehaus Chicago: Prost! Beer Culture and Chicago’s German Immigrants

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/21/2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Driehaus Museum

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What’s up? Doug Hurst, co-founder and head brewer of Metropolitan Brewing, discuss German-American influences on beer making from the 19th century to today in this riveting talk and tasting.

Damage? $25-$35

Why you should go. The term craft beer is ubiquitous to the modern American brewery industry, but its roots stem from the European immigrant communities that settled in places like Chicago and the Midwest. German immigrants —through industry, craft, innovation and culture—were vital to Chicago’s late 19th-century urban development and to its socio-cultural landscape, and of course, beer.

A former mansion, the Driehaus is one of Chicago’s quaintest museums that is also one of the city’s best kept secrets. Quietly tucked away in River North, it hosts a wide range of talks and tours.

Useful tips

  • RSVP ASAP
  • Attire? Casual or business casual.
  • Bring I.D. 21+
  • Alone or with friends? Either or.
  • Fancy a drink or a bit to eat in the area?
  1. Beacon Tavern 405 N Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60611
  2. Dublin 4 Irish Pub and Cafe 345 E Ohio St, Chicago, IL 60611
  3. Gyu-Kaku Chicago 210 E Ohio St, by St. Clair, Chicago, IL 60611-3268 – Japanese Barbecue
  4. Kerryman Irish Bar 661 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60654
  5. Pops for Champagne 601 N State St (by Grand), Chicago, IL 60610

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Preview: Driehaus Chicago: Prost! Beer Culture and Chicago’s German Immigrants

Map Unavailable

Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/21/2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Driehaus Museum

Categories


What’s up? Doug Hurst, co-founder and head brewer of Metropolitan Brewing, discuss German-American influences on beer making from the 19th century to today in this riveting talk and tasting.

Damage? $25-$35

Why you should go. The term craft beer is ubiquitous to the modern American brewery industry, but its roots stem from the European immigrant communities that settled in places like Chicago and the Midwest. German immigrants —through industry, craft, innovation and culture—were vital to Chicago’s late 19th-century urban development and to its socio-cultural landscape, and of course, beer.

A former mansion, the Driehaus is one of Chicago’s quaintest museums that is also one of the city’s best kept secrets. Quietly tucked away in River North, it hosts a wide range of talks and tours.

Useful tips

  • RSVP ASAP
  • Attire? Casual or business casual.
  • Bring I.D. 21+
  • Alone or with friends? Either or.
  • Fancy a drink or a bit to eat in the area?
  1. Beacon Tavern 405 N Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60611
  2. Dublin 4 Irish Pub and Cafe 345 E Ohio St, Chicago, IL 60611
  3. Gyu-Kaku Chicago 210 E Ohio St, by St. Clair, Chicago, IL 60611-3268 – Japanese Barbecue
  4. Kerryman Irish Bar 661 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60654
  5. Pops for Champagne 601 N State St (by Grand), Chicago, IL 60610

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