Revolution Brewing produces interesting, top-rate beers and they are one of my favorite breweries. My recent visit to their fine Logan Square establishment was twofold - beer and street art. The brewpub is conveniently located within walking distance to the California blue line stop. The space is warm and inviting, and the tap handles are mesmerizing.
This venue is always bustling, therefore, I arrived shortly after they opened. I grabbed a stool at the bar since I intended to have a liquid lunch given their wide range of appealing tap choices. You have the ability to order small pours, so I did just that. Five of them to be precise. I quaffed E. Norma Gene (Imperial Double Porter), Smash the Windows (Milk Stout), Hay Roller (Saison), Deth's Tar (Imperial Oatmeal Stout), and El Hefe Loco (Hefeweizen). They were all really good and the one that stood out the most was E. Norma Gene. https://revbrew.com/visit/brewpub#tap-list
I have yet to visit the Kedzie Avenue location, hence, that is on my list. Who has been to both facilities? Do you have a preference? https://revbrew.com
Logan Square is home to numerous, eye-catching murals many of which are within walking distance to Revolution Brewpub. Here are a few of my favored discoveries after imbibing.
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