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Josh Noel

Josh Noel

Journalist at Chicago Tribune

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Josh Noel
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Northman Cider Co. grows from Chicago cider bar The Northman - Chicago Tribune

Northman Cider Co. grows from what began as Chicago’s only cider bar, The Northman. Now, cans are available.
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Does Three Floyds still have magic after 10 years of growth? - Chic...

Despite losing some of its sizzle in a growing Chicago-area beer landscape, Three Floyds has settled in as an admirable craft beer elder statesman.
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Unveiling the buyer of Orange Garden's chop suey sign - Chicago Tri...

Iconic neon sign at Orange Garden restaurant winds up in surprising hands after auction  Chicago Tribune
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Two Brothers Brewing looks back on 25 years of craft beer - Chicago...

Few Chicago-area breweries are as underappreciated as Two Brothers, which launched in 1996 in suburban Warrenville.
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Why non-alcoholic beer finally is here to stay - Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune beer writer Josh Noel takes on Dry January and finds lasting value in the surge of nonalcoholic beer offerings that satisfy.
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2 years after Ballast Point deal, Kings & Convicts Brewing abandons...

After Ballast Point acquisition, the Chicago-based Kings & Convicts has abandoned its plans in Wisconsin to move to San Diego, in the former Saint Archer Brewing space.
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restaurants close amid COVID-19 case spike, omicron - Chicago Tribune

A wave of Chicago restaurant and bar closures took place over the past week as owners grapple with a surge of COVID-19 cases and the omicron variant.

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Black Friday 2021: Goose Island's Bourbon County Stout reviewed - C...

Goose Island’s annual Bourbon County barrel-aged beer release on Black Friday introduces some wins in 2021, and a few misses. Josh Noel reviews.
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Lagers catch on in Chicago after years of IPA dominance - Chicago T...

Chicago quietly becomes an expert lager town after years of IPA dominance and the arrival of lager-centric breweries like Goldfinger and Dovetail.
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Taste test: Gold Fashioned, a $150 bottle of premade Chicago cockta...

Gold Fashioned, a $150 ready-to-drink cocktail made by an alum of Chicago’s Violet Hour and creator of Apologue liqueurs, launches Wednesday.
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Back-aching work. Low pay. No health care: Here's why Chicago resta...

Chicago restaurant workers are saying low pay and a lack of health care are top reasons they won’t return to the industry after the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Chicago's Hop Butcher crafts Smashing Pumpkins 'Gish' collab - Chic...

Chicago brewery Hop Butcher for the World is teaming up with the Smashing Pumpkins on crafting a beer to celebrate the 15-year anniversary of “Gish.”
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Forbidden Root opening second Chicago location in a place familiar ...

Cultivate by Forbidden Root will open in the former Band of Bohemia brewpub space in the Ravenswood neighborhood of Chicago in August.
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Michelin Guide announces Chicago's 2021 Bib Gourmand restaurants - ...

While late due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Michelin Guide has released its list of 58 Chicago Bib Gourmand recipients for 2021.
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Black-owned Bronzeville Winery set to open in summer - Chicago Tribune

Eric Williams, founder of The Silver Room, said Bronzeville Winery is intended to be a community gathering space. It is set to open this summer.
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Parson's Chicken & Fish opening in West Town, Andersonville - Chica...

Parson’s Chicken & Fish, a popular fast-casual restaurant that launched in Logan Square in 2013, is adding two new locations in West Town and Andersonville.
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Can shortage could cost Chicago brewers sales, growth - Chicago Tri...

Can-related uncertainty is rampant through the beer industry, and the situation won’t resolve until the pandemic abates.
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2020 Bourbon County rankings reveal a clear favorite - Chicago Tribune

Tallying the Bourbon County rankings for Goose Island’s 2020 lineup: What do beer writers think of this year’s releases?
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Phase Three, one of Chicago's trendiest breweries, finds a home of ...

Phase Three Brewing, a tiny operation specializing in the fashionable hazy style of India pale ale, will take over Lake Zurich Brewing.
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Giant Ballast Point bought by small Chicago brewer - Chicago Tribune

Ballast Point was famously bought for $1 billion four years ago by Constellation Brands. Kings & Convicts CEO said, “I don’t have that sort of cash lying around.”
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'Weird but awesome' Twisted Hippo hopes to succeed in space where o...

Twisted Hippo Brewing tries to make a go in a Northwest Side space that has been attached to three other breweries.