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Guinness To Open New US Taproom In Chicago

In 2017 American Craft Beer was invited to Ireland to cover its emerging craft beer scene. And while we were blown away by what craft breweries like the White Hag in Sligo were doing, we ended many an evening drinking Guinness at the local pub. We were excited when Guinness...
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Guinness to Open Second U.S. Brewery in Chicago

Diageo Beer Company, the parent company behind Guinness, plans to open a second brewery in the U.S. They’ve chosen Chicago’s Fulton Market as their next destination. According to one representative from Diageo Beer Company, Chicago was a natural fit for them. Jay Sethi, Chief Marketing Officer for Diageo Beer Company,...
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Guinness Announces Plans For Chicago Taproom, Opening In 2023

Irish heritage, tradition, grit, and resilience all run deep in Chicago, and in the not-too-distant future, so will Guinness roots. This great American city will be the home to the new Guinness Chicago Taproom, slated to open to the public in 2023 in the city’s lively West Loop neighborhood. Located at 375 N. Morgan Street, the 15,000-square-foot space where Guinness has signed a multi-year lease, will be situated within a revitalized historic railroad depot, and embrace the spirit of the Windy City. The taproom team will begin renovations this fall.
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Guinness To Open New Brewery In The US

According to The Irish Times, Guinness will open a second brewery in the US. The Diageo-owned brand, which is synonymous with St James's Gate in Dublin, has experienced a huge surge in popularity since Guinness opened its first $50 million (€42 million) brewery and visitor centre in 60 years in Relay, close to Baltimore, in 2018.
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America Is Finally Getting a Second Guinness Brewery and Yes, You Can Visit

Construction is set to start on the 15,000-square-foot facility in Chicago's Fulton Market district this fall. Guinness has always held a unique position in the beer world. When craft brewing emerged as a counterpoint to fizzy yellow lagers everywhere, Guinness had a valid retort: Sure, they're one of the largest beer brands in the world, a part of the international drinks giant Diageo, but unlike the majority of top-selling beers, Guinness is a stout – a pretty impressive success story in its own right.

Guinness Taps Chicago's West Loop For Second U.S. Taproom, Brewing Facility

Guinness has picked Chicago for the location of the Dublin-based brewery's second taproom and brewing facility in the United States, Diageo Beer Company announced. On tap to open in 2023 in Chicago's West Loop neighborhood, the 15,000-square-foot Guinness Chicago Taproom will be constructed at 375 N. Morgan St. in "a revitalized historic railroad depot" with renovations beginning this fall. The location will include a brewery, taproom, outdoor patio space and restaurant.

Guinness picks Chicago as location for second US brewery

The Irish beer company aims to open a taproom at Fulton Market in the city’s West Loop, targeting an opening by St. Patrick’s Day of 2023, the Chicago Sun Times reported. It would be the second US location after one just outside Baltimore that opened in 2018. “The history of...

Guinness Opening Brewery And Taproom In West Loop In 2023

CHICAGO (CBS) — Irish brewer Guinness plans to open its second U.S. brewery and taproom in Chicago in early 2023 in the West Loop neighborhood. The new Guinness Chicago Taproom will be built at the site of a former railroad depot at 375 N. Morgan St., where they have signed a multi-year lease.

Guinness Picks Chicago For the Irish Brewery's Second U.S. Taproom

© Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images Guinness plans to open a Chicago taproom. The rumors have swirled since spring, but Guinness — the makers of the Irish super stout — have officially announced they’re opening a taproom in Chicago’s Fulton Market neighborhood. No, the brewery won’t make that famous thick and dark stout in Chicago (Guinness will continue to import that from Ireland). But the 15,000 square-foot venue will contain a full-service restaurant with room for 300 — including outdoor seating — inside the long-vacated Pennsylvania Railroad Depot, north of Randolph Restaurant Row and west of Halsted.

Guinness plans to tap Chicago's Fulton Market for 2nd U.S. brewery, taproom

CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) -- Guinness is planning to tap into Chicago’s Fulton Market with a brewery and pub. The Guinness Chicago Taproom would be the second venture in the U.S. by the 260-year-old company. The first is in Maryland. Jay Sethi, with the Irish brewer’s parent company, Diageo Beer Company,...

Guinness Taproom Planned For Former West Loop Railroad Terminal In 2023

WEST LOOP — Hope you like stout because a new Guinness Taproom is coming to the city. The taproom will open in the former Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal, 375 N. Morgan St., company officials announced this week. The West Loop location will be Guinness’ second U.S. location with plans to open on St. Patrick’s Day 2023.

Guinness to open brewery in Chicago's Fulton Market: report

The centuries-old Irish brewer Guinness, a unit of Diageo , is set to open a brewery in the Fulton Market district west of Chicago's Loop business district, Crain's Chicago Business reported, citing a developer operating in the fast-evolving area. Formerly home mainly to meatpacking plants, the district has in recent decades been largely overtaken by destination restaurants, boutique hotels, residential conversions and in-fill developments, and most recently corporate flagship office locations, such as those of McDonald's and Google . The brewery and beerhall would likely utilize a disused Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal structure, Crain's reported. According to a Guinness fact sheet, the brewer operates five breweries in five countries around the world while Guinness "is brewed in 49 countries around the world," including licensed locations. A Baltimore brewery that opened in 2017 makes Guinness beers other than the trademark Guinness Extra Stout. Crain's reported that details concerning the planned Chicago site were unknown and that a Guinness representative had declined to comment.