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Goose Island: At the Intersection of Tradition and Innovation
Goose Island Beer Company

Founded in 1988 by John Hall, Goose Island has been at the forefront of the craft beer boom in the United States. Starting from scratch at a time when “microbrew” wasn’t part of everyday lexicon, Goose Island started to push the boundaries and challenge the American beer drinker’s palate with hop-forward ales and a contagious passion for expanding the horizons of what defines American beer.

In 1992, Hall created what is arguably the first truly American style of beer since Prohibition: bourbon barrel aged beers.… Read More