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Goose Island Goose IPA

Goose Island Goose IPA
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IPA - India Pale Ale - 5.9 º - 55 IBU

Goose IPA Our India Pale Ale recalls a time when ales shipped from England to India were highly hop ...m with a fruity aroma, set off by a dry malt middle, and long hop finish. ------------ Color naranja cobrizo ligeramente nubloso. Aromas de lúpulo, pomelo y melocotón. En boca not ...

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Goose Island Beer Co. 312 Urban Wheat Ale

Goose Island Beer Co. 312 Urban Wheat Ale
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American Wheat or Rye Beer - 4.2 º - 18 IBU

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Goose Island Sofie

Goose Island Sofie
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Saison - 6.5 º - 2 IBU

Goose Island Sofie Our sparkling Belgian Style Farmhouse Ale is wine barrel-aged with an abundance ...hing, creamy vanilla finish will excite those fond of Champagne. Originally brewed by Belgian farmers to attract the best farm hands, we were inspired to brew an exceptional ale as inviting as t ...

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Goose Island Lolita

Goose Island Lolita
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Sour Ale - 8.7 º - 32 IBU

Lolita Belgian Style Wild Ale Lolita is a pink rose colored Belgian style pale ale fermented with wi ...ld yeast and aged on raspberries in wine barrels. Aromas of fresh raspberries, bright jammy fruit flavors and crisp, refreshing body make Lolita ideal for beer drinkers fond of Belgian Framboise.

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Goose Island Beer Co. Oktoberfest

Goose Island Beer Co. Oktoberfest
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Oktoberfest-Marzen - 6.4 º - 17 IBU


Goose Island Halia

Goose Island Halia
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Sour Ale - 7.5 º - 11 IBU

Halia Belgian Style Farmhouse Ale
 Halia is a farmhouse ale aged in wine barrels with whole peache ...d sweet with the pleasant character of ripe, juicy peaches. Literally meaning “remembrance of a loved one” in Hawaiian, Halia was brewed in memory of the dear friend of one of our bre ...


Goose Island Fest Bier

Goose Island Fest Bier
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Oktoberfest-Marzen - 5.7 º - 23 IBU

Fest Bier Our Fest Bier is an umber colored German lager with a smooth and clean lager flavor comple ...mented by a strong malty flavor with low hop bitterness. It’s creamy with a light toasty character, a beer for drinking before yodeling on a mountaintop over.


Goose Island Goose Honkers Ale

Goose Island Goose Honkers Ale
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Standard-Ordinary Bitter - 4.3 º - 30 IBU

Goose Honkers Ale Inspired by visits to English country pubs, Honker’s Ale combines a spicy h ...quo;s Ale is not only a beer drinkers can trust but one they’ll look forward to. ----------- Color ambarino brumoso y corona blanca. Aromas a limón, melocotón, caramelo y l& ...


Business Name: Goose Island Beer Co.
Address: 1800 W Fulton St, Chicago, IL 60612, EE. UU.
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Our famous beer began with a trip across Europe, when Goose Island founder (and unabashed beer lover) John Hall took a tour across the continent. Pint by pint, he savored the styles and selections of brews in every region, and thought to himself, “America deserves some damn fine beer like this, too.”
Craft brewing wasn’t widely known at the time, but upon return from his European sojourn, John set out to change all that. He settled down in his hometown of Chicago—a city perfect for craft beer, with rapidly evolving tastes and the largest system of fresh water on the planet. And then he got to brewing.
First he made some stellar beer. Then he invited his consumers in to watch his process at the brewery, bringing them behind the scenes every step of the way. The result was a new fascination with craft brewing, and beer that not only catered to people’s tastes, but challenged them as well.
That was back in 1988, and we haven’t slowed down since. By 1995, John’s beer had become so popular that he decided to open a larger brewery, along with a bottling plant to keep up with demand. 1999 brought even more growth, along with an additional brewpub, and today, what was once one man’s pint-filled dream has become the Goose Island empire you know and love.
Here’s where we tell you that in 2011, Goose Island Beer Company was acquired by Anheuser-Busch. Since then, we’ve continued to brew beer that we’re proud of and now we get to share these beers with our friends both nationwide and internationally. We think that’s pretty neat. If you’re ever in Chicago, we’d love for you to stop by the brewery and have a beer with us.