Forbidden Root Hosts Rootiversary Bash

March 8, 2018 (Thu)
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Forbidden Root Brewery
1746 W. Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60622

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Cost: $10

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Beer/Craft Beer     Food     Party    

Forbidden Root Brewery, an innovator in craft brewing with its restaurant and brewery located at 1746 W. Chicago Ave., is celebrating its second Rootiversary on March 8. Forbidden Root is calling all friends, family, and beer lovers to celebrate two years at its West Town location. Join in a night of delicious beer and food with the whole Forbidden Root family, including new head brewer, Nick Williams. Special menu items, new beer releases and other surprises are in store for Rootiversary attendees!

A $10 ticket (only available at the door) gets attendees a collectible Forbidden Root glass, three 5 oz pours of Forbidden Root Drafts, and one private brewery tour ticket with a special tour-only brew (tours will run until 10 p.m.).

To add to the celebration: Corridor, Lil Beaver and Scratch are all bring guest drafts to celebrate the Rootiversary! There will also be a sparkling rosé toast, a raffle (with proceeds going to a West Town charity), and much more!

Meet new head brewer, Nick Williams and sample some of his amazing new beers which will debut at the party.

For more information, visit the Facebook event page.


Thursday, March 8, 2018

5 p.m.- 10 p.m.



Forbidden Root

1746 W. Chicago Ave.

Chicago, IL 60622



Tickets will be sold at the door.

Included: three 5-ounce pours, tour tickets and a souvenir glass

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), Sublime Ginger, and Money on My Rind, 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