Goose Island Beer Will Be Available In Florida By End Of November
The Goose will soon fly south to Florida.
Bernt Rostad via Flickr Creative Commons
The Chicago Tribune broke the news Friday morning that Anheuser-Busch, which acquired Chicago-based Goose Island in March of 2011, would begin distributing the beer nationwide by the end of November. Though its ownership by a multi-national corporation like Anheuser-Busch sort of flies in the face of the whole "craft beer thing," the beer will still be produced on a much smaller scale than the company's mainstream labels. And perhaps thirsty South Florida fans of Goose Island won't give a rip about who owns it, so long as they can finally get their mitts on the stuff close to home (and the quality holds up).
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