Chicago's craft beer market continues to grow, as two new brewers plan to expand their horizons to the city this spring.
San Francisco-based 21st Amendment Brewery will bring its whole menu of year-round and seasonable beers to Chicago in April, and Atlanta-based SweetWater Brewing Company launches in Chicago next week, according to Crain's Chicago Business.
The California brewery will introduce the Windy City to Back in Black IPA, Brew Free Or Die IPA and Down to Earth, a session IPA, for its year-round selection. Seasonal beers include Hell or High Water Watermelon Wheat and Fireside Chat. The beer will be available on tap and in six-packs of cans.
SweetWater Brewing Company will bring a taste of the South to Chicago with their 420 Extra Pale Ale, SweetWater IPA, SweetWater Blue and Take Two Pils. They will all be sold on draft, in six-packs of bottles and in 12-packs of cans.
21st Amendment Brewery and SweetWater Brewing Company are two of the largest craft brewers in the United States, according to Crain's.