Baderbräu Brewing Company is closing out Chicago Craft Beer Week with a bang. On May 29th, Chicagoans are invited to join Baderbräu as they take over Wabash for the biggest grand opening block party the South Side has ever seen.
After a significant remodel of a former warehouse building, the 25,000-square-foot taproom and brewery will open its doors to the public this Memorial Day weekend. From 2pm-9pm on May 29th, guests will be able to welcome the brewery to the neighborhood by celebrating with plenty of cold Baderbräu, live music, DJs and the best food trucks Chicago has to offer.
For the special event, Baderbräu will be serving every beer that they currently have in rotation, along with a few new brews that are yet to be released. This event is free to the public and will feature beer specials and Baderbräu swag while supplies last, so be sure to arrive early!
Located at 2515 South Wabash, the Baderbräu Brewery is just a short walk from the Cermak Green Line stop. The brewery features a 4,000 square-foot taproom which overlooks the brewery floor, offering views of the beer being brewed below. The brewery is also available for private events throughout the year and partners with Venue Logic for all management and catering needs.
About Baderbräu Brewing Company
Baderbräu Brewing Company is a South Side brewery, known for its Chicago Pilsener, as well as seasonal varietals like Lawnmower Lager, Naked Selfie, Oktoberfest and Red Velvet. Baderbräu prides itself on brewing, crushable, flavorful and affordable craft beers for the Chicagoland market. Founded by longtime home brewer Rob Sama, the Baderbräu brewing team is led by Nathan Tertell, an alumni of Two Brothers and most recently, Lagunitas. Recent and notable awards include: Chicagoist’s “Beer of the Week” as well as the winner for “People’s Choice Award” at Lisle Ale Fest. For more information please visit www.baderbrau.com.
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