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Published on Oct 28, 2016
Goose Island opened their original brewpub back in 1988 after founder and beer lover John Hall decided that America needed to have a wide variety of quality brews available like those he had tasted during his travels throughout Europe. Since then, Goose Island has been a leader in the industry and the team has created award-winning beers that define classic and innovative styles. 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. The brewery has since doubled in size and now includes a 143,000 square foot barrel aging warehouse that is home to the famous Bourbon County brand stouts and other experimental projects. We shot this interview with brewer Reed Schwenger inside this massive warehouse and we were very impressed!