Argus Brewery was featured in USA Today as one of the coolest buildings repurposed as a brewery.
Opened in 2009, Argus Brewery joined the craft beer scene on Chicago’s south side in the Pullman neighborhood. The brewery occupies a former stable built for the Schlitz Brewing Company in 1907.
Horses stabled here were used to distribute beer to Schlitz-owned public houses that served railcar builders from the nearby Pullman District, recently named a National Monument.
Several of Argus’ beer names play on the building’s past, like Clyde’s Ale and Iron Horse.
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