Pubs in North Center

Begyle Brewing  WiFi available Brewery tasting room, may have limited hours. Dog friendly Bring your own food Bottle shop Growler fills available

Friendly neighborhood brewery on what they call Chicago's Malt Row. 100m from Dovetail Brewery and many others in the vicinity. Bring the dog, lunch and/or friends.....Lots of seating..

Now open is Burning Bush Brewery, evidently a religious themed brewery(new trend?), in a small enclave of businesses backing up into the north branch of the Chicago river. Several of their own beers and a few guest taps.

Dovetail Brewing  WiFi available Children friendly Brewery tasting room, may have limited hours. Dog friendly Bring your own food Specializes in German Beer Bottle shop Growler fills available

German themed brewery in what is known as Malt Row. Steps from Begyle Brewery, both with different focuses makes the trip to one better when you also visit the other. A super short walk from Brown Line stop on Irving Park. Close by Jerry's Lincoln Square, Bad Apple and Half Acre Lincoln Avenue.

Ever see a pub packed at 6am with cheering crowds inside? The Globe Pub is such a place. If you want to catch your favorite European soccer team with a bunch of like minded folks, this is the place. Plus 47 beers on tap with a great collection of locals ones and surprisingly good food. Check out the burgers. Super convenient to public transportation.

Eclectic burritos with some of the best beer in Chicago. Super friendly staff who will guide you to the right beer. Bottle shop next door. Always worth the journey.

The Northman is a cider bar. Focusing on ciders you will get a selection unlike most anywhere else. Beers are plentiful too. A big draw is the food. Very good. In the same sphere as the Bad Apple and Half Acre's Lincoln location. Want pizza? Lou Malnati's is right there too.

German Bier and German Food. A couple of German folks I know love this place. Give it a try. Close by to The Globe, Half Acre, Bad Apple and a bunch of other places not in the guide.

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