Beer & Wine

Hand crafted microbrews and a selection of fine wines will be offered. Craft beer & wine tickets are cash only.

Tips support local non-profits! Beer & Wine tent volunteers provided on Friday Night by Oak Park Education Foundation and on Saturday Night by Beyond Hunger (formerly Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry).

1 Drink ticket = $8

3 Drink Tickets + 22oz Souvenir Mug = $25

Revolution Anti Hero


An American hop assault for all the ambivalent warriors who get the girl in the end. “Look, I aint in this for your revolution, and I’m not in it for you Princess.” This iconic ale features a blend of four hop varieties which creates a crisp bitterness and imparts massive floral and citrus aromas.
Available on Draft
IPA
ABV 6.5%
Chicago, IL

Blue Moon Belgian White


It started with the brew master, Keith Villa, wanting to craft a beer inspired by the flavorful Belgian Wits he enjoyed while studying brewing in Belgium. He brewed his interpretation using Valencia orange peel versus the traditional tart Curacao orange peel, for a subtle wetness, and added a touch of coriander to provide balance. Then he added oats and wheat to create a smooth, creamy finish that’s inviting to the palate.
Available on Draft
Belgian-style Witbier
ABV 5.4%
Golden, CO

Leinenkugel Original


The beer that started is all. Leinenkugel’s Original is brewed with Pale malts and Cluster hops inspired by our family’s 1867 recipe. Its crisp, classic flavor has been carrying the Leinenkugel name for six generations. Bronze Award winner in 1988 for American Premium Pilsners and 1998 Bronze Award winner for American-style Premium Lager at the Great American Beer Festival.
Available on Draft
American-Style Premium Pilsner
ABV 4.7%
Chippewa Falls, WI

Kinslahger Oktoberfest Tradtional


Highlighting the toasted flavors of Munich malt, this is the beer most Americans associate with Oktoberfest and the arrival of fall. It is an amber lager in the Marzen style and represents the beer served during the Oktoberfest celebration in Munich from 1872 to 1989. Several Bavarian breweries continue to brew this style today though only seasonally and primarily for export to the United States.

**ON TAP FIRST. LIMITED QUANTITY**
Available on Draft
Tradtional Marzen Lager
ABV 6.5%
Oak Park, IL

2 Fools Cider Rose


English style cider with a slight sweetness, well balanced with a hint of citrus, apple and blueberry. Brewed at Northern Illinois’ first Cidery and taproom.
Available in 16oz cans
English-style Cider
ABV 5.9%
Naperville, IL

805 Blonde Ale


A light, refreshing blonde ale crafted for the California lifestyle. Subtle malt sweetness is balanced by a touch of hops, creating a beer with a clean finish.
Available on Draft
Blonde Ale
ABV: 4.7%
Paso Robles, CA

Pilsner Urquell


Unsatisfied with beer quality, the people of Plzen formed the Citizen’s Brewery in 1842. Josef Groll developed a clear, crisp, aromatic and flavorful Pilsner Urquell. As the world’s first and original pilsner, this first golden beer soon gave its name to a whole category of beer.
Available on Draft
Bohemian-style Pilsner
ABV: 4.4%
Plzen, Czech

Firestone Walker Oaktoberfest


Our twist on the German Marzen bier, we give you a Paso Marzen. Traditional imported malts offer subtle honey-like aromas with hints of Noble hop spice. The stars of this brew are the imported Pilsner and Vienna malts that ofer malty sweetness that carry through to the end. German Hallertau hops add rich Noble character to balance this exceptional Marzen. This beer is 100% stainless steel and gets the name Oaktoberfest as an ode to our hometown, Paso Robles, Spanish for “Pass of the Oaks.” True to Oktoberfest custom, this beer makes its debut in time for fall to celebrate the age-old German tradition.
Available on Draft
German Marzen
ABV 5.0%
Paso Robles, CA

Oak Parker Fest


A rich and malty Marzen-style Oktoberfest lager loaded with notes of caramel and toast, but finishing crisp and clean with just a little bit of noble hop bitterness to balance it out. Perfect for the season. Prost!
Available on Draft
Marzen-style Lager
ABV 6.0%
Oak Park, IL

Kinslahger Oktoberfest Modern


Beginning in 1990 a new style was developed by the city brewers of Munich to be served at the annual Oktoberfest celebration. Lighter in color and with more restrained malt character this “new” festbier has a soft finish emphasizing bready Pils malt balanced with Nobel hops. Seldom packaged for export, festbier is difficult to find outside of Munich.

**WILL REPLACE Kinslahger Oktoberfest Tradtional when runs out**
Available on Draft
Festbier
ABV 6.0%
Oak Park, IL

2 Fools Cider Dry Apple


Dry English style cider with notes of citrus on the nose. Lively and effervescence recalling great traditional ciders of England. Brewed at Northern Illinois’ first Cidery and taproom.
Available in 16oz Cans
Dry English-style Cider
ABV 6.1%
Naperville, IL

Wine List

Ara Pathway Sauvignon Blanc


A classical expression of Marlborough with added complexity and texture; this lively and lovely wine delivers lush grapefruit and gooseberry flavors, beautifully offset by a refined dry finish.
New Zealand

Tomaiolo Pinot Grigio


Straw yellow with greenish reflections; balanced bouquet with notes of apple, peach and hawthorn; fresh and harmonious on the palate.
Italy

Vampire Pinot Noir


Powerful forest fruit and wild strawberry aromas persist on the nose; vibrant ruby red colors & elegant soft fruit flavors are finely integrated into the structure providing a nice mid-palate and soft finish.
California

Esterházy Pinot Noir Rosé


There is a creamy, earthy touch to the strawberry notes on this pale pink wine; on the ultralight palate the fruit is fresh, gentle and lemon-edged. This is lovely, dry, light and very refreshing.
Austria

Villa Jolanda Mango Moscato


Brilliant, straw-yellow color, quite intense; delicate and sweet, mango flavored. Perfect with anything sweet, dessert and especially with pastries.
Italy

Castoro Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon


Packed with rich berries, ripe plum, crushed cher­ry, and straw­ber­ry pre­serve aro­mas; vanil­la-chai nuances from both Amer­i­can and French oak frame the fruit.
California