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Chatham’s ‘Burg Welcomes Exciting New Craft Brewery

Chatham’s ‘Burg Welcomes Exciting New Craft Brewery

New Craft Brewery in Town!

Welcome to ‘Burg’s Latest Hotspot

As a long-time resident of ‘Burg, I was thrilled to hear about the grand opening of the newest craft brewery in town. Located on the corner of Main Street and 5th Avenue, this brewery promises to offer a unique experience for all beer enthusiasts.

The Story Behind the Brewery

The team behind the brewery consists of three childhood friends who share a passion for craft beer and good company. After years of traveling and sampling beers across the country, they decided to turn their hobby into a business. They spent months perfecting their recipes and renovating the old building, turning it into the rustic, cozy space it is today.

The Beers

The brewery boasts an impressive selection of beers, ranging from classic IPAs to experimental sour beers. While their flagship beer is a refreshing pale ale with hints of citrus and pine, their seasonal beers showcase a range of flavors that will satisfy even the pickiest beer connoisseur. If you’re not sure what to order, you can always ask the friendly bartenders for a recommendation.

Food and Events

The brewery’s menu features delicious, locally sourced food that pairs perfectly with their beers. From burgers to nachos to charcuterie boards, there’s something for everyone. They also host events throughout the week, such as trivia nights, live music, and paint and sip classes.

Final Thoughts

Overall, I highly recommend checking out this new addition to our town. Whether you’re a longtime resident or just passing through, this brewery is an excellent place to enjoy some delicious beer, food, and company.


Dustin is a writer about craft beer and a professional brewer in the city of Chicago. He has written for several magazines and has over a decade of experience in the beer industry. He is currently working on a book about the history of beer in Chicago.

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