Goose Island Beer Going National

Chicago-brewed beer to roll out to 25 additional states in late fall

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    Goose Island is going national.

    The rest of the country will soon get to experience a taste of the 312.

    Anhueser-Busch plans to take Goose Island beer national by the end of the year, the Chicago Tribune reports.

    The Chicago-based beer will be rolled out to an additional 25 states by late November.

    Anhueser-Busch bought the Chicago company for $39 million last year.

    Despite the corporate ownership, Goose Island officials say the beer will continue to be brewed in Chicago.

    Goose Island is already available in several midwestern state.

    The brand is on pace for 20 percent growth this year, the Tribune reports.