Two Brothers Brewery “Total Tap Takeover” at Franklin Tap

All 12 Handles Feature Two Brothers Brews, Custom-Brewed “Pale Frank” Released

Friday, October 28
5-7 p.m.

No cost to attend
$5 Two Brothers beers all day

Join Franklin Tap on Friday, October 28 from 5-7 p.m. for the Two Brothers Brewing Company “Total Tap Takeover.” Meet and mingle with brewers, reps and owners of Two Brothers while learning about Chicago’s craft beer scene. All 12 of Franklin Tap’s draft handles will feature Two Brothers beer, including Bitter End; Ebel’s Weiss; Prairie Path Golden Ale; Cane & Ebel; Domain DuPage; Long Haul; Resistance; Robust Porter; Imperial Pilsner; Atom Smasher; Heavy Handed; and Hop Juice Black (typically only available at the brewery). During the tap takeover event, Franklin Tap will launch “Pale Frank,” a pale ale, custom-brewed by Two Brothers exclusively for the Loop tavern. All Two Brothers beers will be priced at $5 from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Two Brothers Brewing Company is a microbrewery founded in 1996 in Warrenville, Illinois, by brothers Jim and Jason Ebel. The brewery, which produces a range of beers including four seasonals and a line of artisanal beers, also sells homebrew supplies. Run by the brothers, Two Brothers Brewing Company delivers to bars in the Illinois and Wisconsin area.

Franklin Tap is an urban neighborhood tavern located in Chicago’s vibrant loop, just seconds away from Willis Tower, Union Station and The Board of Trade. The diverse menu offers premium sandwiches, homemade soups and comfort food favorites along with an extensive selection of craft beer, including 12 brews on draft.

Franklin Tap
325 South Franklin
Chicago, IL 60606
(312) 212-3262

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