In the late 1800s, the South Loop was an area known for its gambling, prostitution and opium dens—a region that the city dubbed a "vice district." Inspired by the history of the neighborhood, Vice District Brewing's taproom is filled with vintage photos and street maps, but the beer being made here is decidedly modern. You'll find guests (and, on game days, Bears fans) drinking Black IPAs and an English bitters in the space, which is dog-friendly and features a collection of board games for adults and kids.
|Venue name:||Vice District Brewing||Contact:|
1454 S Michigan Ave
|Opening hours:||Tue-Thu 4-11pm, Fri 4pm-1am, Sat noon-1am, Sun 2pm-9pm; Mon private events only|
|Transport:||El stop: Red to Roosevelt. Bus: 1, 3, 4, 12, 29, 62.|
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Great neighborhood vibe. Love the owners take time to say hi to everyone. The metrosexual is by far my favorite beer.
Got to love a local brewery serving up amazing craft beer with a pile of board games and enjoying whatever food I decide to bring in for the evening.
I love beer and I could not ask for a better spot. The atmosphere is great and the beer is amazing. I enjoy the flights. I like how they brew their own beer. Pretty cool.
Dropped by with a few friends and had a great time! The now offer a variety of Mezcals and Whiskeys which were right up my alley since beer isn't really my thing. They have tons of board games and seem to be a destination for food trucks since they don't serve any food. I had fun, crowd was laid back and the atmosphere was light, I will def be back soon.