The headline sounds like a crazy nightmare I once had – terrifying stuff. But in this case, it’s a good thing, I promise. See the Black Squirrel press release:
The Goose Island Beer Company invades the main the floor of the Black Squirrel on Friday, July 20th, starting at 5 p.m. The event features two rare kegs from the Chicago-based brewery: Bourbon County Stout, a 14.5 percent suds, and the return of the Imperial IPA brewed with Tettnang, Cascade, and Simcoe hops. Goose’s Imperial IPA has been out of production for the past few years. Other Goose Island libations include the perennial favorite Belgian-Style Pale Ale Matilda as well as Sophie, a Belgian-Style Wild Ale fermented in wine barrels with orange peel. Chef Gene Sohn, as usual, will activate his culinary skills with a deep-dish pizza, a style celebrated in the Windy City.
What did I say? Nothing to worry about.