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Mikkeller and More at Local Option

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Matt Tunnell

Frisbee player, beer lover

  It's not as if you need an excuse to visit Local Option but they're pulling out some big guns for a true "Royal Flush of Tap Line-ups" starting at 5 PM this Thursday. 
  Among the offerings are a scant handful of beers that we've discussed before, including Struise's excellent Black Albert, Three Floyd's fresh-hopped Broo Doo, and Ska's Euphoria Pale Ale.  In addition to those beers which might be familiar to our readers, some of the taps will be making their first appearance in Chicago.  Bluegrass Brewing Company/Brewpub will be serving up a slew of interesting beers, including a bourbon barrel helles and Kentucky's answer to Russian River.  Last time I stopped in Local Option I had the privilege of sampling BBC's delicious Bourbon Barrel Coffee Stout from a secret sample bottle and I was impressed by their ability to balance the bourbon barrel flavor with an 8% stout, so I'm very curious to see what they've done with the Helles.  Click through the slideshow for a few more highlights and be sure to check out the full tap list after the jump.

Mikkeller Beer Geek Breakfast

Mikkeller Beer Geek Brunch

Mikkeller Beer Geek Bacon

Mikkeller Green Gold IPA

Mikkeller Monk's Elixir

Mikkeller/Brew Dog I Hardcore You

Struise Black Albert

De Molen Rasputin/Disputin

Dark Horse Bourbon Barrel Plead The 5th

Dark Horse Perkulator

Terrapin/De Proef Monstre Rouge

Nøgne Ø Saison

Three Floyd's Broo Doo

Ska Euphoria

Ska Hoperation Ivy

Bell's Hell Hath No Fury

Mahr's Weisse

Bluegrass/Local Option Cuppa Two Tree ESB

Bluegrass Brewing Oak aged Homewrecker

Bluegrass Brewing Cherries Inyourendo

Bluegrass Brewing Bourbon Barrel 8 Helles

Bluegrass Brewing Heine the Elder

Southern Tier Pumking

Jolly Pumpkin Oro de Calabaza

De la Senne Taras Boulba

Great Divide Rumble Oak Aged IPA

Brooklyn Cuvee Noire

Secret Beer!  I hear it's not to be missed.

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