Goose Island Beer Co. is bringing its delicious and inventive brews to Charleston for Migration Week, starting Monday, October 5. It’s when beer experts and brewers from Goose Island HQ in Chicago will touch down in the Holy City with some delicious beers from their secret stash for a week of sudsy parties and events. You’ll have a chance to sample new brews, learn about the craft, and share your passion for all things beer with like-minded fans. Check out this map for details on each event, and visit Goose Island for more information.Read More
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Migration Week kicks off on Monday, October 5, from 7 to 10 p.m., with a party at Mac’s Place, a not-so-traditional Irish pub and Chicago-themed sports bar in the heart of the historic district. The Goose Island team will be on hand with classic brews like Goose IPA and seasonal favorites like Goose Island Oktoberfest.
House of Brews
Goose Island’s brewers are as passionate about beer as you are. On Tuesday, October 6, from 4 to 6 p.m., come out to House of Brews in Mt. Pleasant for a Meet Your Brewer event. We’ll be sampling our beers at this relaxed beer-and-coffee bar, with brewers on hand to tell you all about the bottles you’ll taste.
The Craftsmen Kitchen and Tap Room specializes in craft beers and traditionally made, locally sourced food. At Goose Island Flight School, held at Craftsmen on Tuesday, October 6, from 6 to 7 p.m., our brewers and beers will help you learn all about the storied history of the Goose Island beer portfolio.
Celebration of Beer is a Goose Island Beer Company tradition in Chicago. On Tuesday, October 6, from 7 to 10 p.m., we’re bringing it to Charleston’s Upper King Street and the rustic Italian restaurant Indaco. Come out to taste some of our most treasured and rare beers — along with some that almost never leave our Windy City brewery.
Carmella’s Dessert Bar
Who doesn’t love beer for dessert? Join us at Carmella’s, a café and dessert bar, for an evening of chocolates and craft beers. On Wednesday, October 7, from 5 to 7 p.m., we’ll host a Sweets & Sours party, serving special Carmella’s treats paired with rare beers we’re bringing from Chicago.
Bottles Beverage Superstore
At our final Migration Week event, Deconstructing Beer, it’s your chance to learn about everything that goes into making our beer. The experts from our brewery will be at Bottles Beverage Superstore on Thursday, October 8, from 5 to 7 p.m., to talk about everything from hop selection to our malt bill. Come by to say goodbye — and learn a thing or two.
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