Location & Hours of Operation

737 W. Randolph
(corner of Halsted & Randolph)
Chicago, IL 60661

Sun-Fri 11am-2am
Sat 11am-3am

Sunday Brew Tours - Noon, 2pm & 4pm!

When: 08/16/2015
Where: Haymarket Pub & Brewery

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Join us for an informative tour of our 15 Barrel Brewery!

You can learn all about the process of making the beers served in our Pub, which have earned awards in beer festivals across the US. We’ll start in the brewhouse, and cover how humble barley and water begin the process of these delicious brews. We’ll venture into the Fermentation room to see how yeast makes it all come together, and then finish in our distribution center – where every beer served in the restaurant has a home. Lastly, we’ll head back to the tables, and taste through some classic styles and Haymarket favorites.

Haymarket Pub & Brewery Tour & Tasting package is available Sundays at noon, 2pm and 4pm. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED, so call the host stand at (312)638-0700 to check for availability and reserve your spot. Tours are limited to 12 people per session, but we can accommodate larger groups on request.
$15 per person

Jeffers drops Acid - Firestone Barrelmaster in the House!

When: 05/25/2016
Where: Haymarket Pub & Brewery

Attendance will be very limited! Stay tuned for ticketing details.

Jeffers Richardson—director of Firestone Walker’s Barrelworks wild beer facility—is taking his trailblazing educational show on the road and into the Haymarket barrel room, inviting you to explore how acidity shapes your sensory perception of wild beers.

“When it comes to wild or sour beers, acidity plays more of a role in the taste experience compared to traditional beers, which are more defined by their hop and malt profiles,” Richardson said. “This seminar is designed to explore the role of acidity, and to reveal not only what you are tasting in the beer, but also why.”

There will be slides, the will be Q&A, and there will be beer...

Uncle Jesse & the Rippers - Saturday, May 28 9:30pm

When: 05/28/2016
Where: Haymarket Pub & Brewery

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Uncle Jesse and the Rippers is a 90s cover band playing the hits from a variety of genres. Featuring members of Honey & the 45s, Smoker, Sea Lords, and, Lynne[a], Uncle Jesse and the Rippers bring to life all the 90s songs you love (and a few you've forgotten you love)!

CCBW - Brewer's Brunch! 5/29

When: 05/29/2016

Join us starting at 11am for a little hair of the dog...Brunch is from 11am - 2pm.  3 courses for $25 plus tax and gratuity.  Chef McCoy is putting together an awesome menu - each course will be paired with a house beer

Call 312-638-0700 to make reservations!!!

Live Music - Jack Straw 6/11

When: 06/11/2016
Where: Drinking & Writing Theater

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Come jam out with Jack Straw!

10pm show - NO COVER!

The Moth - StorySLAM! Monday, June 13

When: 06/13/2016
Where: Drinking & Writing Theater

The Moth is an acclaimed not-for-profit organization dedicated to the art and craft of storytelling. It is a celebration of both the raconteur, who breathes fire into true tales of ordinary life, and the storytelling novice, who has lived through something extraordinary and yearns to share it. At the center of each performance is, of course, the story - and The Moth's directors work with each storyteller to find, shape and present it.

Doors open at 5:00pm, Stories start at 8:00pm  Seating fills up quickly, so plan to be early - tickets go onsale through the Moth website one week prior, and will sell out before showtime.  The Theme for June is Grudge.

For Tickets Click Here

Oak Park Micro Brew Review - Saturday, August 20

When: 08/20/2016
Where: Oak Park

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Join us in down town Oak Park on August 20, 2016 for the largest zero-waste, craft beer fest in the Midwest!

Featuring over 150 inventive brews from the Midwest’s finest craft breweries, live music and small plates from popular local restaurants, this is one of Chicagoland’s top craft beer festivals of the summer.

Micro Brew. Micro Waste.

Date: Saturday, August 20, 2016

Time: 3pm – 7pm

Location: Marion Street in Oak Park, IL between Lake Street and Pleasant Street

Transportation: Go Green! Take the CTA Green line to Harlem or the Metra to Oak Park and land yourself right at the festival entrance!

Featured Beer

Colsch Kream Ale

A collaboration with Mark Legenza of the soon to open ‘On Tour’ brewing that is close to our hood. This is a cream ale/kolsch hybrid that will be brewed with flaked corn (cream ale), torrified wheat and pilsner malt (kolsch), and fermented with ale yeast from a Kolsch producer in Germany! It’s a crushable crowd pleaser!

Location & Hours of Operation

737 W. Randolph
(corner of Halsted & Randolph)
Chicago, IL 60661

Sun-Fri 11am-2am
Sat 11am-3am

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Haymarket is a registered service mark of Haymarket Brewing Company, LLC.