Forbidden Root Brewery, an innovator in craft brewing with its restaurant and brewery located at 1746 W. Chicago Ave., Chicago, Illinois, is excited to host Rosé Ale Day in celebration of the release of their Sparkling Rosé Ale in cans on Fountainhead’s rooftop. Attendees can look forward to plenty of the delicious Sparkling Rosé Ale, swag, frosé, and more!
Sparkling Rosé Ale is a Belgian Triple brewed with Niagara grapes and hibiscus clocking in at 10% ABV. It's rosé season, so what better way to share this brew than with friends in the Chicago sunshine on the best rooftop in the city?
Sparkling Rosé Ale tapping at 1:30 p.m.
- Limited edition Sparkling Rosé Ale glassware
- Forbidden Root swag giveaways until they're gone
- Large format Sparkling Rosé cocktails
- Good times, all day long!
For more information, see the Facebook event page.
About Forbidden Root:
Forbidden Root is a craft brewery inspired by nature. Located in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood at 1746 W. Chicago Ave., it is housed in the former Hub Theater space. The brewery uses traditional ingredients as a base to explore the rich world of wild ingredients and create an exciting range of beers: both familiar and eccentric. Forbidden Root’s year-round beers include: Wildflower Pale Ale (WPA), Strawberry Basil Hefeweizen, and Hay Fever, in addition to several limited releases and pub-only offerings.
Forbidden Root is open seven days a week, serving lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. For more information, visit Forbidden Root’s website or follow the brewery on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram at @ForbiddenRoot and Untappd.