OUTPUT LOUNGE SPORTS BAR
At Output Sports Bar, die-hard Chicago fans will never miss a winning moment with 16 TVs broadcasting every Bulls, Blackhawks, Bears, Cubs and Sox games, plus more. Come and enjoy two full-service bars, or grab a table and feast on our famous wings and assortment of mouth-watering foods from our menu. With a friendly waitstaff and a neighborhood environment, there’s no better place to cheer on your favorite Chicago teams.
RULES FOR USING OUR PAGE
Goose Island maintains Facebook fan pages as places where our fans and friends of legal drinking age can share and discuss ideas and information and connect with other customers or employees, fans and friends.
Much of the content, visuals, and other types of materials found on our Facebook pages are provided and posted by the fans of our products (“User Content”).... While Goose Island reviews User Content for compliance with the Beer Institute Advertising and Marketing Code (http://www.beerinstitute.org/BeerInstitute/files/ccLibraryFiles/Filename/000000001133/BI%20Ad%20Code%20Text%20w-Logo%20-%20FINAL%202011.pdf) and for any readily apparent illegal content, Goose Island does not and cannot, warrant, endorse, approve of or even necessarily agree with any or all User Content.
By using Goose Island’s Facebook fan pages and posting User Content on such pages, you grant Goose Island an unlimited, perpetual, royalty-free, sub-licensable, transferable and irrevocable license to use, copy, modify, or adapt your submissions for any purpose whatsoever, including but not limited to incorporating your submission into content that may be commercial in nature and/or transferring such User Content, and any modification of it, to websites of Goose Island and third parties. In addition, since information on Facebook pages is public, you acknowledge that you do not have any expectation of privacy in relation to any User Content that you submit to our Facebook fan pages.
You may not post any User Content that:
• Is inconsistent with the provisions of the Beer Institute Advertising and Marketing Code; • Infringes any person’s legal rights, including any right of privacy and publicity; • Is untrue, defamatory, infringing, abusive, obscene, indecent, deceptive, threatening, harassing, misleading or unlawful; • Contains any code, application, software or material protected by intellectual property laws or any malicious code including any programs that may damage the operation of another person’s computer or which contains any other form of virus or malware; • Is commercial in nature and advertises any product, service, or good other than Goose Island, unless you have obtained the prior consent of Goose Island and the owner of the applicable product, service, or good.
We will identify statements or claims made, or content provided, by Goose Island. While our Facebook fan pages are official web properties maintained by Goose Island, you should only rely upon comments and content contained in GI Content as official information about Goose Island, our beverages or products. All other information, including comments, content, and posts provided by other fans are provided for entertainment only and should not be relied upon or construed as being endorsed, approved, or provided by Goose Island. You should especially not rely upon any claim or statement made by other users in User Content. If you are looking for additional official information about Goose Island, its products or services, you should visit our website at www.GooseIsland.com. Please remember that any User Content you post may be collected and used by others and may result in unsolicited messages or an increased risk of fraud. We have no control over this and cannot be responsible for any losses incurred as a result of your activity on our Facebook fan pages.
We reserve the right to remove any User Content that we think is inconsistent with the Beer Institute Advertising and Marketing Code or is illegal, offensive, threatening, infringing or inappropriate for any reason in our sole discretion. We do not, however, intervene in disagreements or disputes between posters where such disagreements do not involve the Beer Institute Advertising and Marketing Code or any content that is is illegal, offensive, threatening, infringing or inappropriate for any reason in our sole discretion.
Finally, if you are an employee, contractor or vendor of Goose Island and you post any comments about us our our brands; let people know who you are. Endorsements are encouraged and permitted but you must be honest about your connection with or vested interest in our success. This is also true if you receive anything of value from us in exchange for your nice words; even if it is just a free beverage. Also, under no circumstances are you authorized to make any claim regarding Goose Island or any of its products. IF YOU MAKE ANY CLAIM REGARDING US OR ANY OF OUR PRODUCTS IN VIOLATION OF THE FOREGOING, YOU, AND NOT GOOSE ISLAND, SHALL BE THE SOLE AUTHOR OF SUCH CLAIM AND SHALL BE SOLELY LIABLE THEREFORE.
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Our famous beer began with a trip across Europe, when Goose Island founder (and unabashed beer lover) John Hall took a tour across the continent. Pint by pint, he savored the styles and selections of brews in every region, and thought to himself, “America deserves some damn fine beer like this, too.”
Craft brewing wasn’t widely known at the time, but upon return from his European sojourn, John set out to change all that. He settled down in his hometown of Chicago—a city perfect for craft beer, with rapidly evolving tastes and the largest system of fresh water on the planet. And then he got to brewing.
First he made some stellar beer. Then he invited his consumers in to watch his process at the brewery, bringing them behind the scenes every step of the way. The result was a new fascination with craft brewing, and beer that not only catered to people’s tastes, but challenged them as well.
That was back in 1988, and we haven’t slowed down since. By 1995, John’s beer had become so popular that he decided to open a larger brewery, along with a bottling plant to keep up with demand. 1999 brought even more growth, along with an additional brewpub, and today, what was once one man’s pint-filled dream has become the Goose Island empire you know and love.
We are proud to announce the grand opening of All Rise Brewing Company, coming to Chicago in March of 2015! Master-brewer, Tommy Nicely, has spent the last 20 years developing his craft in anticipation of this project, with stops along the way including; Goose Island Fulton Street, Harpoon, Lagunitas and Half-Acre.
All Rise owner, Sean McKeough (co-founder of Riot Fest and owner of Cobra Lounge), is finally achieving his goal, along side Nicely, to launch a world-class brewery in Chicago, while setting a precedent for innovation in green concepts. Sean and his team have managed to create a L.E.E.D.S. Certified build out and plan to maintain a sustainable business while striving to achieve any and all green certifications available. With a successful template in place, Sean also plans to roll these green concepts over to his other endeavors including Juno and Japonais by Morimoto.
Look out for our debut at this years Riot Fest in Chicago. We plan on launching our flagship "Wonder Beer" (American pale ale), as well as another Tommy Nicely original, to a capacity crowd in Humbolt Park! With your help, we are excited to carve a home for ourselves in Chicago as one of the home-town favorite names in beer!
La Cuchara is a new two level authentic Mexican restaurant & bar in the West loop by the United Center. We've got a great selection of drinks featuring over 20 tequilas & great Mexican homestyle kitchen!
Top selling drinks: Corona Rita, Da Fresh Bull, & The Mexican Flag
Deals: $1 & $3 drafts, $3 craft bottles, $5 Stoli Flavor bombs, $40 10-1 well, call & drafts, $50 10-1 well, call & drafts
1521 W. Madison Street
Chicago, IL 60607
Society Art Gallery is the premier venue for private events in Chicago.
With 4,000 square feet of open loft space, this dynamic space is perfect for art shows and exhibitions, receptions and private events.
Let Chicago Wedding Booths help you with your next event!
We service the greater Chicago area and nearby suburbs, and we’ll help you with planning, set up, and using the wedding photo booths during your event. You’ll be smiling for the camera in no time!
Chicago Wedding photo booths are a great addition for any wedding reception, corporate event, birthday party or mitzvah. Need a fun solution for your school prom? Want a truly elegant feature at your wedding? This is the Chicago photo booth you want!
Our awesome on-site attendant will help you line up amazing shots and work the photo booth during your event.
For over 29 years Creative Claythings has been the most affordable and fun ceramics teaching studio in Chicago.
Whether you have never seen clay before, took a class in high school/college, or have been doing ceramics for years, we've got just the thing for you.
Studio space is available on a first come - first served basis to students who are able to work independently.
Call Mary at (312) 421-8000 to sign up or find out more.
Tango dance studio and club. All levels welcome.
$25 Argentine Tango lesson for absolute beginners, no previous dance experience necessary. No partner needed. If you can count to eight and hear the beat in the music, you will be dancing half an hour into the lesson. We provide a great learning experience in a friendly atmosphere, because even the greatest dancers weren’t born knowing how to dance – they had to learn it from someone else. The Tango style that we teach is not the flashy one you see on "Dancing with the Stars" or "So You Think You Can Dance." The Tango we teach is called social, or salon style. However, if you want to try a couple of these showy Tango moves, we can show them to you as well!
Couple of important items – please wear clean and comfortable clothes. If you've never danced tango before, you’ll also need a couple of pairs of thick socks. If you have shoes with leather or suede bottoms, bring them with you, but you do not need to buy any shoes before coming to your first class.
All of our classes include appetizers, deserts, and refreshments:
Tuesday – $25.00 class and practica from 7:30pm to 1:00am
Friday – $25.00 classes (all levels) from 7:30pm to 9:30pm; milonga starts at 9:30pm and ends at 2:00am
Sunday – $25.00 classes (all levels) from 3:00pm to 5:00pm; practilonga starts at 5:00pm and ends at 7:00pm (or whenever we get tired of dancing!)
2041 W. Grand Ave
Chicago IL 60612
Contact Al at 312-788-3408
Email us at [email protected]
Welcome to "Old School Chi-Town Steppers" where you can always get your STEP ON! Share your favorite Steppers cuts, videos, pictures and event info for the Hottest steppers sets worldwide! enjoy! GET YO STEP ON!
Royal Audio Productions is the brain child of a group of music producers and songwriters who were intent on creating the ideal workshop for their musical crafts. A soothing creative working environment where ideas of sound would eloquently come to life. R.A.P. is a cozy womb of technology, class A circuitry and proven creative expertise that will inspire your creative musical works.
Madd Science Print Lab is a full service screen print lab located in Chicago. We offer fast turn around times, great customer service and design in house. Call us at 312-929-2500 or email us at [email protected] to place your order today.
Platform Studios is a working artist's studio offering figure drawing classes Wednesday and Thursday 7-9:30 pm.
Live, nude model, starting with 1-minute gesture poses, then progressing to 5 and ten minute poses. The remainder of the class will feature two medium length and one long pose.
Just bring your drawing materials and we supply the rest!
Just $10/ class and always just drop-in. No sign-up is needed.
Below are links to the resident artists of Platform Studios Chicago.
Grand Art & Design Festival Distance: 0.5 miCompetitive Analysis Grand Avenue Between Western Ave and Wood Chicago, IL 60622
Grand Art & Design Festival takes place September 26 and 27 from 11 am to 8 pm on Grand Avenue from Wood to Western. There is a $5 donation requested for admittance that benefits the West Town Chicago Chamber of Commerce and Designs 4 Dignity (http://www.designsfordignity.org/). For more information, visit www.grandartdesign.com, or call (312) 850-9390. More info on the Design District is available at www.grandavedesigndistrict.com.
Fulton Street Collective is dedicated to the development of artists and the artistic community. Through private and shared studios, exhibition space, diverse public programs and performances, FSC creates an environment that incubates artistic vision and provides access to necessary tools and resources to help artists thrive.
Tango 21 Dance Theater (T21DT) uses the language of Argentine tango dance and music to tell compelling contemporary stories with live theater performances. We are made up of Chicago-area dancers, actors and musicians of all ages and perform original works choreographed and written by Jorge Niedas & Liz Sung. Our shows consist of Argentine tango dance (choreographed and improvised), Argentine tango music (recorded and live performances), dance fusion with other disciplines (ie; ballet, folk, modern, Latin dance, etc.), as well as actors with speaking roles.
T21DT strives to create shows that not only present the art form of Argentine tango, but also tell very human stories in our contemporary society. In our first year, T21DT produced and premiered two original shows, El Tango Café and Cambalache: A Holiday Story, both with over 15 cast members.
We are a growing dance theater company and as we move ahead to continually expand our repertoire of works and develop our artists, we face funding challenges in general operations and production costs. Although we are excited about our future, we know that it takes a realistic approach to make it work. We need your support!
Stay in touch with us and stay up to date on show announcements and T21DT news. If you are in the Chicago area, come see one of our shows. Make a donation and support us.
Tango 21 Dance Theater is a fiscally sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Donations for the purposes of Tango 21 Dance Theater must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.