The White Gold Brewery in Chicago is now open with a new beer called “White Gold”.
The beer was inspired by the local golden retriive.
The brewery will be located at the corner of Oak and Oakley avenues.
The White Gold website lists three beers on tap, the most expensive of which is called “Pineapple Porter”, which is a 7.2% ABV IPA.
“White Gold” was inspired after the dog, the golden retriver, who is now a regular at the White Gold brewery.
In the video, the dog appears to be licking a beer glass while enjoying some White Gold beers.
The owner of the brewery, Chris Riddle, is a professional dog walker and has seen dogs everywhere from Disney World to the beaches of Los Angeles.
A White Gold beer can be found on tap for $5 at the brewery.
The website says that the beer will be available at taprooms throughout Chicago.
White Gold Brewing, an American brewery in Chicago, is celebrating the grand opening of a new brewery and taproom in the neighborhood of Oakley and Oakleys avenue on March 6.
Here is a look at the inside of the new White Gold taproom:Here is the full press release:White Gold Brewery to open in Oakley with ‘White Gold’ IPA The White Golden Brewery is proud to announce that the new brewery, White Gold, is opening its doors in Oakleys beautiful, historic neighborhood, Oakley Avenue.
White Gold, a locally-owned craft brewery, is an American craft beer and brewpub based in the Chicago suburbs.
It is one of the first craft breweries to be opened in the city, with three locations in Chicago and one in Milwaukee.
White Gold will also be opening an outpost in the Midway neighborhood of Chicago.
White Golden has been a founding member of the Oakley Brewers Guild, an organization dedicated to supporting and educating craft brewers.
In addition to its new location, White Golden will also continue to grow its taproom and brewhouse and tap house and brewery operations in the Midwest.
White Gold has a loyal following of beer fans who have been waiting for a new location for many years.
In 2016, White Glue Brewing opened in Oak Alley, a vibrant, vibrant neighborhood in the East Village neighborhood.
The brewpub was a favorite of the late Paul Allen, who once described the area as his favorite spot to drink beer in the world.
The Oakley area, located at 46th and Oakwood Avenue in the historic Oakley neighborhood, is one neighborhood that has remained relatively unchanged for the last 40 years.
The Oakley Brewing Company, which is owned by the Oakleys family, is the oldest operating brewery in the region.
“We are excited to be in Oakwood and to be part of a neighborhood that so many people have been coming to for generations,” said Rob Sargent, president of White Glues Brewery.
“We are so excited to open our taproom, brewpub, and taphouse here and have the community support of our customers and the local community.”
Sargent said the Oaklyn Brewery and tap room have been in business since 1998 and are a must-see for locals and visitors alike.
When the Oakwood Brewery opened in 2008, the brewpub had a taproom with an outdoor patio.
In the last 10 years, the Oaklays tap room has undergone a major renovation to include a full-service bar, kitchen, and outdoor dining area.
In 2017, the new brewpub and taprooms were combined to create the new Oakley Brewery, which now has 12 taps and 10 locations across the United States.
Oakley’s taproom has an outdoor seating area, and a beer garden and outdoor patio is located in the basement of the taproom.
With the expansion of Oakleys taproom to include new taprooms, the brewery and brewery are also planning to open a second taproom on the northwest side of the property.
This second tap room will be in the Oakly neighborhood, where the original brewery was located.