|Resistance IPA & Ebel's Weiss|
Several hours of traffic later, we arrived at a small, sign-less building. This building formerly housed a gymnastics company and made you wonder how it was possible to produce so much beer in such a small space!
We entered to find the tap house, a small bar and restaurant where we had a few beers before touring the Two Brothers Brewery. I had their traditional German Hefeweizen, Ebel's Weiss. This beer was refreshing and had flavors of banana and clove. The BF had a pint of the Cane & Ebel and the Resistance IPA, amber and pale ales, respectively.
|Cane & Ebel|
|Oak Barrel & Fermentation Vat|
|Beer Bottling Equipment|
|Packaged Cases & Kegs|
I sampled the French Country Ale, Resistance IPA and Long Haul Session Ale.
|Tap Room Beer Tastings|
If you're lucky enough to be visiting at the right time, grab a bottle of Hop Juice, Two Brothers' double IPA. The bf and I bought two of these large bottles and got them to go. If you're going to drink this heavy ale, make sure you don't have any plans. It's strong, it's bitter, and you will get drunk. Cheers!
|Two Brother's Hop Juice|
Two Brothers Brewery
30W315 Calumet Ave.
Warrenville, IL 60555