American Style IPA 6.2% ABV
An approachable and balanced take on the American style IPA, Pegasus pairs North American malt with hops from the Pacific Northwest region. This pale gold ale has a medium body and moderate bitterness, with hop notes of citrus and pine.
Perfect for catching up with friends at the pub, Pegasus pairs well with rich, robust dishes—enjoy with a local curry for an authentic IPA experience.
German Style Marzen, 5.4% ABV
This World Beer Cup Bronze Award-winning Amber Lager uses premium German and Belgian barley varieties and traditional Southern German yeast. A malt-accented lager that is toasty and smooth, with a mild bitterness and a pleasant floral hop aroma.
Details like these make Argus Lager an easy beer to drink with just about any meal. Steeped in a rich brewing tradition, this marzen beer is particularly good with German dishes like sauerkraut and Weisswurst, or standard pub fare.
The beer label featuring our namesake Argus was designed by Brad McGinty, a comic book artist, illustrator and animator.
A pale amber color beautifully poured with a pleasant and refreshing feeling in the mouth. Paschke Polish Style Pilsner is reminiscent of some of the great Baltic-style beers. Flavored with a touch of the rare variety Lubinski Hop for a slight floral bitterness.
British Style ESB, 5.4% ABV
Citrus and fruity hop notes complement the toasted malt character with medium amber color. Brewed to honor Chicago’s own Bloodshot Records, this well rounded and hoppy beer comes with its own playlist! To download your six FREE Bloodshot Records drinking songs, purchase a bottle of Bloodshot Red at your local store today! Beer label design by artist/musician/writer Jon Langford.
German Style Swartzbier, 5.5% ABV
The finest roasted specialty malts impart a mahogany hue to this beer, and a gentle hop aroma and silky, light-to-medium body make it a refreshing lager. Cygnus features complex notes of smoke and malt, including charred espresso beans, bacon and juniper. Beer label design by Chicago artist James Jankowiak.